It is always best to take care of warrants immediately. Warrants stay in the system indefinitely, and they will catch up with you eventually. Many times this happens at a random traffic stop, or when working with a linked governmental organization such as renewing your drivers license. Take care of your warrant now and avoid the hassle later.
If you have a warrant, we can assist you and help to make the process the easiest possible. Because the jail will know right away that you are being released on bond, using a Bondsman before turning yourself in will, in most cases, speed up the booking and release process.
Call "All-Out" Bail Bonds before you turn yourself in and we will work to drastically ease the process. All the necessary paperwork can be filled out beforehand and we can make the booking desk well aware of the situation ahead of time.
If you are not sure if you have a warrant, call our office and let us do the rest.
The Florida Bail Bond Process
Each county has their own way of handling inmate releases. Some are quick in releasing process, and others can take several hours.
Below is the most common proceedure for getting someone out of jail
The first step is to call us with the arrestees name, date of birth, and which county they are being detained in. We will also ask you a few other questions that will help us with the process.
Once one of our bail bond agents gets all the required information, we can start the required bond forms with the indemnitor (the person responsible for the arrestee). Most of these forms can be downloaded from our web site. If you are local to the area in which the person is jailed, it may be best to come to our office for the best assistance. All required forms must be filled out by the indemnitor and faxed back or brought to our office. A copy of your drivers license and credit card (if applicable) will also need to be submitted to us. Once we have all paperwork in order, we can now post the bond.
Once the bond has been posted and the defendant released, the defendant may be required to fill out some additional paperwork. The defendant will then be released into the custody of the Indemnitor. Both the indemnitor and the bail bond agency is responsible for the defendant's appearance in court each time they are ordered to appear. This responsibilty remains until the case has been disposed and the bail bond is discharged.
After the case is over and the bond is discharged, any collateral (minus any fees) is returned to the indemnitor. No collateral will be released until we have the discharge from the court and all money has been paid.
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We have 3 offices to serve you. Feel free to stop by if you have any questions or if you or someone you know needs a bail bond.