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Frequently Asked Questions

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At 365 Bail Bonds, our goal is twofold: to help you get out of jail quickly and to educate you about the bail bond process so that you can know what to expect. We are comprised of licensed professionals who have had years of experience assisting those who have been arrested.

Oftentimes, our clients are experiencing this situation for the first time, so they have a number of questions. To assist you better, we have put together a list of answers to frequently asked questions. Please take a minute to review them below!

If you have further questions about your situation, please don't hesitate to call our office and ask to speak with one of our bail bond agents. We are available round the clock!

What is a bail bond?

A bail bond is a document that allows for the temporary release of a person who has been accused of a crime and is waiting to appear in court. It requires that the person provide cash or property that will be given to the court if the accused individual does not return to court.

What is collateral?

Collateral is the assets that are accepted by the bail bond agent to ensure that the defendant will appear at the court appearance.

How can a bail agent help me?

A bail bond agent, also known as a bail bondsman, help to ease the financial burden for persons that cannot meet the amount set. The bail agent will put down the money for the bail in exchange for the defendant providing a certain percentage of the bail amount.

The agent is responsible for making sure that all the requirements are met and posting the bail so that the defendant can be released. The jail has strict procedure and will not allow anyone to be released if the proper conditions have been met.

For example, if a person is accused of a crime and the bail is set at $50,000, the person and their family may not have $50,000 to pay the court. They will approach a bail bondsman, who will then go to the court and accept liability for the money if the person does not appear at court. The bail bonds agent will usually require that the defendant give them a certain percentage of the bail in cash or assets to ensure that they will appear at court. If the defendant does not appear, then the bond agent will have to pay the court the $50,000.

What happens if I don't appear at court?

If you have already been bailed out of jail and do not appear at court, then the amount of bail will be forfeited to the court. A bail bond agent may try to recover their loss by litigation.

Contact 365 Bail Bonds In Osceola County

If you want to know more about the bail bond process or how you can get out of jail fast, then call 365 Bail Bonds or submit an online form to talk to our agents!

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.
365 Bail Bonds - Osceola County Bail Bonds Agents
Located at 1407 Simpson Rd Kissimmee, FL 34744. View Map
Phone: (407) 483-8990
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