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Bail Bonds Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a bail bond?
A bail bond or a “surety bond” is a written document from a Bondsman that enables a person’s release from jail and promises they will appear for all required court hearings.
What is a bail bondsman?
A bail bondsman is an agent licensed by the state and appointed by an insurance company who provides the service of executing the bail bonds.
What is the process for a person's release from jail?
1. The process begins with the defendant of their family/friend contacting Emergency Bonds.

2. We obtain the bond information from the jail and contacts the indemnitor which is the person putting up collateral for the bond.

3. Bond premium and collateral are collected by Emergency Bonds.

4. We quickly deliver the bond to the jail.

5. The Sherriff processes the bond and the defendant is released.

How long does it take for a person to be released from jail?
Emergency Bonds can have bonds delivered to be posted under 30 minutes from you calling in many cases. After the bond is posted the defendent is usually released in 2-3 hours.
What is the process after release from jail?
1. The defendant returns the state required “Application for Appearance Bond” to the bondsman.

2. A court date for the arraignment is set, usually 3-4 weeks from date of arrest.

3. The defendant appears at all required court hearings until the case is adjudicated.

4. The bondsman receives a “Notice of Discharge” from the court and the agreements are filled and closed.

How do I find out if I have a warrant for my arrest?
Contact Emergency Bonds at 772-207-0717. A bondsman will obtain your information and then contact the Sheriff. The bondsman will relay any information back to you.
What is the process for turning myself in and bonding out if I have a warrant.
1. Meet a bondsman at our office or near the jail.

2. Premium and collateral are collected.

3. The bondsman will escort you to the jail. The bond is given to the Sheriff at the time you are booked.

4. The Sheriff’s deputies will process you into the jail.

5. The bond paperwork will be processed and you will be released on the bond. This takes 1-3 hours depending upon the Sheriff office.

What is an indemnitor for a bail bond?
An indemnitor is a person who cosigns for the defendant’s bond and is responsible for the bail. An indemnitor signs agreements or gives collateral relating to the amount of the bond.
What is a bail bond premium?
An indemnitor is a person who cosigns the defendant’s bond and is responsible for the bail. An indemnitor signs agreements or gives collaterl relating to the amount of bond.
What is bail bond collateral?
Collateral refers to anything placed with the Bondsman as means of securing a bond. Typpically, signed documenetn such as an indemnity agreement is used.

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