Our Bond Process

he bond process is quite simple. The Orlando bail bonds agency will ask a number of questions, such as the defendant’s address and what category crime of which they are accused. Once these details have been recorded, a contract will be drawn up and tailored to the client’s situation. The contract will take a few minutes to complete, after which the payment options are decided. A bondsman can post bail at this time. In Florida, bonds are permitted to be posted at any time, any day, throughout the year.f


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What you need to know

After a contract is agreed upon and signed, you are given the responsibility of the defendant appearing in court on the specified date. If the defendant cannot be located within 8 weeks, the person who signed the contract and the bail bondsman Orlando are obligated to pay the bail amount in full. Collateral will be forfeited if it was posted. Luckily, the United States bail bond skip rate is below 2%. When you are alerted that a loved one has been detained, it’s crucial to keep calm and collected. Attempt to get all the information you can, including at which facility they are being detained, the crime of which they are being accused, and when they were first arrested. Make sure the responsibilities and guidelines are absolutely clear to you before signing any contract. By contacting an experienced company like Bail 2 GO, you will get the help you deserve 24/7.

How much does a bond cost?

In Florida, the Department of Financial Services sets the cost of a bond. The current rate in Florida is $100 for any bail less than $1,000 and 10 percent of any bail greater than $1,000. Therefore, if a person has a set bail of $5,000, then they will pay $500 for a bond. This means a person can be arrested in any town, city, or county in Florida and the bond will cost the same.

We're ready to work with you

We have agents standing by 24 hours a day 7 days a week to answer any questions you may have. We’ll make the process as fast and as streamlined as possible.

Call (407) 254-5554 to learn more how Bail2GO can help you with your bail bonds needs.