Florida Bail Bonds

In need of Florida Bail Bonds? We will help you find and get in touch with a licensed bail bond agent in Florida. We also answer many important questions you may have regarding the bail bond process in Florida and how much bail bonds cost.

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How do bail bonds work in Florida?

Numerous Florida bail bond companies can bail you (or another person) out anytime day or night in Florida. Bail Bonds Network helps you locate and contact a licensed bail bond company in Florida. At your request, many bail bond agents will come pick you up discreetly. Payment plans are often available depending on case by case basis.

Upon arrest anywhere in the state of Florida, a person must be processed at the local county jail. To be released from jail, several steps must occur, including being “booked in” and posting bail. Once the bail bond amount is decided, a bail bonds agent arrives to post the bond at the local jail. At this time the release process begins and typically can take anywhere from one to two hours to complete. Even though cash bonds are allowed, it is normally not a common practice due to it’s high expense.

Florida Bail Bonds agents can aid you with all your bail needs:

  • Florida Surety Bail Bonds
  • Florida Property Bail Bonds
  • Florida Immigration Bail Bonds

How much is bail in Florida?

When it comes to the question of “How much does a bail bond cost?”, Florida’s bail bond fee structure has a few components to it. You will be paying at least 6.5% of the bail amount to the bondsman which is non-refundable. The typical amount is 10% but in some cases there are higher fees. In Florida, you have a minimum $100 fee per bail bond. If your bail is set to $750, then you will technically pay over 10% since the $100 minimum will kick in.

It’s also important to note that in Florida each charge may have its own bail amount set. If you have 2 charges at $750 each, then your bail premium will cost you $200 ($100 minimum per charge). Federal bail bonds and immigration bonds cost 15% in most cases due to the higher risk of not appearing in court.

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