Sunshine State Bail Bonds

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

A bail bond is a type of surety bond provided by a surety bond company through a Bail Bondsman that secures the release of a defendant from jail. 

The State Bail Bonds Premium is 10% of the total bond. While the Federal bail bonds premium is 15% of the total bond amount. We also provide pay plans- if you qualify. 

Bail collateral is offered in place of or in addition to bail money in order to secure the release of the person who has been arrested. Collateral will be returned once the case is completed. 

The process usually takes 2-12 hours depending on location. 

  1. Location of the person in custody. 
  2. Full name and booking number of the person in jail. If you are unable to provide the booking number, the bail agent can get the number for you. 
  3. Bail amount. Information about the bail amount will allow the bail bondsman to tell you the amount it will cost to post a bond and requirements to get the person out of jail. 

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