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Bail Bond Process in Daytona Beach, FL

LET BOB BARRY BAIL BONDS GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE BAIL PROCESS

Volusia County Courthouse

The bail process can be lengthy after you or a loved one has been arrested. Once you are taken into custody, you will be processed, brought before a judge, and your bail will be set. You or your loved one will have to languish in jail until your court date. That is unless you call the experienced bondsmen at Bob Barry Bail Bonds in Daytona Beach, FL. Our agency is the oldest bail bonds agency in Volusia County and can be your guide and advocate throughout the bail bonds process. Working with us streamlines all your legal proceedings, secures your freedom quickly after you have been arrested, and keeps the disruptions to your life at a minimum. Call us today for more information or 24/7 bail bonds services.

HOW DOES THE BAIL BONDS PROCESS WORK?

After you are arrested, you are taken to the local or county jail or intake facility for processing. This will include photographs, fingerprints, collection of property, and more. After processing, you will have to wait in the facility for your bail hearing. A judge will set your bail amount at this hearing and you will have to wait in jail until your court date. However, if you use your free phone call to contact Bob Barry Bail Bonds, you can be out of jail the same day. Our company is located across from the Volusia County Jail and can be there to post your bond, fast. We handle all paperwork for you and make the collateral collection process swift and easy so you can focus on your job, family, and upcoming court appearances.

WHAT ARE THE RELEASE OPTIONS AFTER ARREST?

When you or your loved one is arrested, there are several options available to secure your release. Each option has its own set of rules and conditions. Each will secure your freedom in different ways depending on your means and your ability to stay close to the location where the offense took place. These options include:

  • Surety Bond: Surety bonds are guarantees posted by bail agents that their clients will return for their subsequent court dates. Generally set at 10% of the entire bail amount, surety bonds use personal defendant collateral, the trusted word of the bail company, and the bail company’s potential forfeiture of cash resources to ensure freedom for the defendant and swift justice in the courts.
  • Cash Bail: Cash bail is when the defendant or their representatives pay the entirety of their bail in cash. The money is held by the courts until the case is concluded. Once the court proceedings end and the defendant have made all necessary appearances, their money will be returned in full, whether they are innocent or guilty.
  • Release on Personal Recognizance (P.R.): Release on personal recognizance releases a defendant from custody with no financial securities in place. This option is generally reserved for those offenders who pose no flight risk and are almost guaranteed to show up for their court dates. Viability for this option is determined with a quick phone interview and inquiry by agents of law enforcement.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO BE RELEASED FROM JAIL?

The release time after you have posted your bond can vary depending on how crowded the jail or intake facility is (up to several hours). In a local jail, run by the sheriff, the process can take anywhere from 15 minutes to one hour, on average. County jail requires more time, two to six hours. But any time spent using a bail bonds company will be much shorter than if you were to check in until your designated court appearance. Once your bond has been posted through our dedicated work, you or your loved one will be free from custody.

WHAT ARE THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AFTER A RELEASE?

When obtaining a bail bond for yourself or a loved one, you must bring a driver’s license or another official ID along with a form of payment. You will then sign paperwork to guarantee that the arrested individual will appear before the court on all the appointed dates. Once we ensure that the arrested individual is not a threat, agents from Bob Barry Bail Bonds stand as the assurance. If you or they do not attend court as promised, you will be responsible for the full cost of bail and your collected collateral (or that of your representatives) will be forfeit.

HOW MUCH DOES A BAIL BOND COST?

Bails are set based on a variety of factors, including the charges levied against the arrested individual. In many cases, the bail amount is so high that the person is unable to raise the funds he or she needs to be released from the county jail. If you or a loved one is in this situation, you can rely on our affordable rates and quick operation. Affordable rates are set at $100 for all bonds less than $1,000 and 10% for bail exceeding that amount. Simply visit our office with your form of payment and an official state ID. We also offer notary services and monthly criminal warrant checks.

WHY CHOOSE BOB BARRY BAIL BONDS?

As the longest-standing bail bonds agency in Volusia County, FL, we have earned our clients’ trust for fast, dedicated, affordable service. We understand the urgent nature of release from jail and go beyond the normal expectations to secure your freedom or that of your loved one. We simplify the process, handle all complex legal paperwork, and act as your advocate from beginning to end. Call us today for service.

CONTACT BOB BARRY BAIL BONDS TO BE YOUR ADVOCATE

Getting arrested does not have to ruin your life. You can have your freedom, financial security, and an advocate who knows how to use the law to your benefit. Bob Barry Bail Bonds offers expert bail bonds services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to ensure you have the professional bail bonds assistance you need in your trying time. Call us today for more information or service.

For fast, reliable 24/7 bail bonds, call 386-258-6900.

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