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You can either post the full amount of the bond yourself or you can hire a bail bonds company. If you post the entire amount yourself, you will receive the full amount back once the case is resolved, as long as the defendant shows up for their court appearances. Bail bond companies usually charge approximately ten percent fee of the total bond amount and require collateral in some cases. The bail bond company then posts the entire bond amount necessary for the defendant’s release.
Where is the Bond Paid:
The bond is paid at the county jail. In most cases the bond can be paid at the jails Booking and Release Center, however, if you are planning on paying the full bond amount yourself, you should be aware that not all forms of payment are accepted. For more information about a particular jail’s bond procedures please contact the jail directly.
Bail Bond Companies:
The following list contains the numbers for some bail bond companies located in Orlando and Central Florida (most of these companies are open 24 hours a day):
A-1 Action Bail Bonds – (407) 540-0600
Baron Bail Bonds – (407) 843-2000
Central Florida Bonding – (407) 932-4448
A & P Bail Bonds – (407) 933-8919
Von Waldner Bonding Inc – (407) 425-7200
Parish Bail Bonds – (407) 839-2004
J & L Bail Bonds – (407) 425-5922
No Collateral Bail Bonds – (407) 425-1000
Mike Snapp Bail Bonds – (407) 246-0919
Tomlinson Bail Bonds – (407) 649-0088
Polakoff & Aabbott Bail Bonds – (407) 330-5888
Almighty Bail Bonds – (407) 425-5111
Reliable Bail Bond – (407) 849-2222
A American Bail Bonds – (407) 422-1638
Sunshine State Bail Bonds – (407) 999-9011
Executive Bail Bonds – (407) 849-0466
Moncrief Bail Bonds, Inc. – (407) 423-2000
Signature Bail Bonds – (407)-422-3000
33rd St Bail Bonds – (407) 425-3303
Shelly’s Bail Bonds – (407) 420-6500
If there is no bond set in the case or if the bond is too high to post, a bond motion to reduce or set bond may be an option. Also, in cases where the conditions of bail are restrictive, such as in certain domestic cases where you may be restricted from returning to your residence, a motion to modify the bond conditions may also be possible. The factors the court can consider in setting or modifying a bond are:
1) The nature and circumstances of the offense charged and the penalty provided by law.
2) The weight of the evidence against the defendant.
3) The defendant’s family ties and length of residence in the community.
4) The defendant’s employment history.
5) The defendant’s financial resources.
6) The defendant’s mental condition.
7) The defendant’s past and present conduct, including any record of convictions, previous flight to avoid prosecution, or failure to appear at court proceedings.
8) The nature and probability of danger that the defendant’s release poses to the community.
9) The source of funds used to post bail.
10) Whether the defendant is already on release pending resolution of another criminal proceeding or is on probation, parole, or other release pending completion of sentence.
11) Any other facts the court considers relevant.
In many cases, the Court will modify a bond, if presented with adequate reasons to justify the modification. For more information speak with an Orlando criminal bond attorney today.
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