You will be able to apply for your Brevard County bail bond directly online without needing to come into our office - available to you 24/7!
You will be able to apply for your bail bond directly online without needing to come into our office - available to you 24/7.
Please enter the access code we have provided you in the box below to access the online system. You’ll need to call us at 321-500-9999 for your access code.
The most world recognized area in Brevard County is The Space Coast with the well-known Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. However, there are other things to do in Brevard than watching Rockets launch. Fishing and boating are among some of the favorites for residents and visitors alike. Anglers have plenty of options for both saltwater and freshwater fishing.
Palm Bay is the largest city in Brevard County and a great place to spend the day with plenty of options, including hiking or biking on the memorable nature trails found at Turkey Creek Sanctuary and other great parks and reserves. These are also great spots for kayaking and canoeing.
The Florida sunshine and beautiful beaches attract people from all over the world. The population in Florida has been increasing by more than 300,000 new residents each year. Tourists visit in droves. Ninety-eight million visited in 2017 alone . Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for good times to end up in an arrest here in Paradise.
If someone you care about needs help with posting a bond for a Brevard County arrest, Bail Bonds Now provides an easy-to-use online bail bond application that can be completed wherever you are with any smartphone or computer device.
After a person has been arrested in Brevard County, he or she will be transported to the jail and mugshots and fingerprints will be taken. A statement will also be collected from the defendant and eventually bail will be set by the court magistrate. The amount of bail is determined by the severity of the crime.
The bail money required by the courts allows the release of a suspect while he or she awaits a court hearing. Amounts vary, but ordinarily the cost for bail starts at $1,000. If the judge feels the defendant is a high risk, the cost may exceed $5000. And in many cases, bail is not allowed at all.
The average person does not have enough money to pay the entire amount of bail ordered by the courts. Fortunately, there are bail bondsmen who offer the service of surety bonds which allow someone who has been arrested the ability to bail out of jail for a small percentage of the full bail amount. This is called the ‘bail premium’ and is usually 10% of the bail amount for state bonds and 15% for federal.
Any legal adult with an up-to-date authorized identification is qualified to bail someone out of jail in Florida.
Most bail bonds companies accept all forms of payment, including cash, credit cards, collateral and other financial arrangements.
An agent from Bail Bonds Now is standing by and ready to assist you with state or federal bail bonds for a fast release. Whether the charge requires a misdemeanor or felony bond, all paperwork and financial matters can be taken care of on our website within about thirty minutes. Once the bond paperwork is finished and the bail premium has been paid, it will typically take about six to twelve hours for the inmate to be released.
When you need to post a bail bond in Brevard County, our agents will be ready. Our online bail bond application allows you to complete the paperwork and make a payment from anywhere and at anytime. Simply call or text a bail bond agent at (321)-500-9999 anytime, night or day to receive an access code.