Rates

State Bonds

In accordance with Florida Law, ALL Bail Agencies shall collect a monetary fee called the Bail Premium, at a rate of 10%; the minimum fee on any bond is $100.

State Appeal Bonds are used to secure the release of a defendant from their sentence pending their appeal. Appeal Bonds are treated just like State Bonds; however, the defendant must vigorously prosecute their defense and surrender when ordered by the court.

Federal and Immigration Bonds

In accordance with Federal Law, ALL Bail Agencies shall collect a Bail Premium at a rate of 15%. ALL U.S. District Courts MUST approve the bond before it can be posted. U.S. Magistrates require that ALL Federal Bonds be collateralized in some way. Immigration Bonds do not necessarily have to be collateralized in order to be posted.

Cash Bonds

Cash Bonds must be paid to the jail; you must pay 100% of the cash bond or purge and the exact amount is required as no change is available at the jails, in order for the inmate to be released. Jails will ONLY accept payment in cash- no credit cards or checks are accepted.

Child Support Purges

A Writ of Bodily Attachment, or child support warrant are ALWAYS CASH BONDS! Cash Bonds must be paid to the jail; you must pay 100% of the cash bond or purge, in order for the inmate to be released. Bondsmen cannot help with this type of charge.

Collateral

Collateral is not required in most cases; however if we need collateral, here are some acceptable forms of collateral security:

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