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.
Hardee County is located in the midst of the southwest portion of the state. It is just east of Manatee County (closest to the coast) and adjacent to Highlands, Hillsborough, Desoto and Polk counties. There are only three towns within the county, Bowling Green, Wauchula and Zolfo Springs.
The artery that brings the three town togethers is Highway 17 (aka: ‘Old Florida Cracker Trail’). Each of these communities are in a more rural and serene atmosphere than many of the busy cities, such as Orlando and municipalities closer to the coastline.
Wauchula is the county seat of Hardee and is the place where residents enjoy a Main Street Community. Here residents and visitors can enjoy that small town feel that many of us who have spent a lot of time in the metropolitan areas often miss.
Bail is an amount of money demanded by the court in exchange for a pretrial inmate’s release from jail. The purpose of bail is to ensure the court that the defendant will appear at all required court hearings.
When someone is arrested and transported to a county jail in Florida, fingerprints and mugshots are taken, and then a statement is collected from the defendant. Most county court systems in Florida use a uniform bond schedule that indicates a suggested bail amount the arrestee should pay in order for his release. If the person is suspected of a violent crime and/or has a criminal history, he may not be eligible for bail at all. But there are also situations where a defendant may be eligible for pretrial release on supervised release alone.
Once a bail amount has been set for a defendant, he is then able to either pay the full amount of bail set by the court or contact a bail bondsman. Anyone age 18 and over with a valid ID or passport can post bail for an inmate in Florida. This person is referred to as an indemnitor and acts as a co-signor for the defendant.
Yes. Bail can be paid to the court’s clerk directly, but the full amount of bond will be required before the inmate’s release. If the suspect pays the full bail amount set by the court and abides by all court ordered requirements for pretrial release, that money will be refundable minus any court fees.
When someone you care about has been arrested anywhere in Hardee County, Bail Bonds Now will be here and ready to post a bond asap. Our online bail bond application makes applying for a bond easy, fast and convenient. You will simply need a smartphone or computer device to apply for a bond and to make the payment if using a credit or debit card. Just text or call a bail bondsman to receive an access code to get started at (239)-500-9999 any time 24/7.