You will be able to apply for your 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 for your access code.
If you have a warrant issued for your arrest in Palm Beach County, Florida, Bail Bonds Now will assist you in getting a warrant cleared quickly and usually with no jail time.
Although a misdemeanor offense may not be as serious as a felony charge, being incarcerated for a simple ‘failure to appear’ can cause the defendant to miss work (unexpectedly) and will most often be more expensive than if the arrestee would have turned themselves in beforehand.
It’s quite common for people to forget court dates for traffic tickets, Florida Fish and Wildlife violations and other misdemeanor offenses and end up with a bench warrant for their arrest. The mistake that too many Palm Beach County residents (and visitors) make is not taking care of the matter and turning themselves in before they meet up with law enforcement for something else. By that time, it’s too late and he or she is arrested and taken to jail without warning.
Regardless if you are no longer in the Palm Beach County area (or in another state entirely) warrants do not go away. Out of county and out of state warrants show up throughout the country. As a matter of fact, visitors or those who moved out of the area, will be required to return to Palm Beach County to clear a warrant at their own expense.
A warrant is an official document assigned by a magistrate judge or jury which demands and authorizes law enforcement to arrest someone immediately. A bench warrant is often issued for defendants who did not pay a ticket for a municipal violation and then missed their scheduled court date for a previous violation (aka: ‘failure to appear’).
Bench Warrant – A bench warrant is issued by a judge or jury and Issued when someone does not appear for their scheduled court date for a criminal or misdemeanor charge.
Criminal Warrant – A criminal warrant is issued for someone directly by law enforcement
Civil Warrant – Civil warrants are primarily issued when a defendant fails to abide by court ordered mandates. A common type of civil warrant is when a parent has been ordered by the court to pay child support payments and failed to do so.
Bail Bonds Now makes clearing an arrest warrant fast, easy and painless. Simply call or text a bondsman in Palm Beach County at (561)-500-9999 between 9am and 5pm daily.
Our online bond application is accessible from anywhere and at any time using a smartphone or any type of computer device. You will just need to ask an agent for an access code. After the form has been completed and the bond has been paid, one of our bail bond agents at Gun Club Jail will escort you through the entire process and usually with NO JAIL TIME.