Miami Beach is a determined vacation destination for people from all over the world. Visitors and new residents flock to the area to enjoy the nightlife, beautiful beaches, summer all-year-long, breath taking tropical foliage and picturesque architecture up and down the coastline.
Modern day celebrities, such as Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias, David Guetta, Jennifer Lopez, Chris Brown and others have truly added music as another draw to attract people to the Magic City. ‘The 305’ was started as a simple telephone area code for the entire state of Florida in the late 1940s, but eventually was designated for Miami-Dade and Monroe counties only. In 2013, the musical artist, Drake, published the song “305 to My City” and since then the term ‘the 305’ has become an actual branding.
Electronic Dance Music (EDM) has become one of the most popular music genres in Miami with much of the effort accredited to the famous DJ, David Guetta. Since 1999, one of the most successful music festivals the Ultra Music Festival has been held annually in Downtown Miami at Bayfront Park. However, as of 2019, the festival will be held at Virginia Key.
Miami Beach Police Arrests
Visiting Miami Beach is almost always unforgettable. But too often, when residents and visitors make their way to Miami Beach, a good time ends in an arrest. If you or someone you care about has been arrested in Miami Beach, Bail Bonds Now is standing by to post bail.
24/7 Online Bail Bonds Application
Our easy-to-use online bail bond application allows anyone to complete the application from anywhere at any time using a smartphone or any type of computer device. Simply call or text a bondsman at (786)-500-9999 to receive an access code.
What is Bail?
After someone has been arrested, a judge will set an amount of money to allow the arrestee to be released from jail while waiting for his or her trial. This money is referred to as ‘bail’. In Florida, most counties have uniform bond schedules that systematically provide a dollar amount for bail based on the type of criminal charge the person who was arrested was accused of. However, the judge has the right to alter the bail amount (or to remove it) based on his or her discretion. Not all crimes are eligible for bail. And not all inmates will be offered bail. The defendant’s criminal history, education level, financial means and other factors are considered by the court before bail eligibility is determined.
Is Bail Money Returned?
If an inmate has the ability to pay the full amount of bail set by the judge and is sure to show up for their court date as scheduled, the defendant will receive a refund for the bail amount minus court fees and/or any other fees accrued.
What is a Jail Bond?
A jail bond (aka: ‘bail bond’ or ‘surety bond’) is a document supplied by a state licensed bondsman that provides assurance that someone who has been arrested and released on bail will appear at his or her required court date.
How Do Bonds Work to Get You Out of Jail?
A bondsman offers the ability for an inmate to be released from jail while awaiting trial for a fraction of the full bail amount set by the judge. Typically, the cost for a state bail bond is 10% of the required bail amount and 15% for a federal bail bond. For example, if an arrestee’s bail is set at $2000 for a state bond, the cost will be $200. For a federal bond, the cost will be $300. The money collected by the bondsman is also called the ‘bail premium’ and is non-refundable.
Bail Bonds for South Beach Arrests and the Surrounding Areas
As soon as you find out about an arrest in Miami Beach, call or text a bail bond agent immediately at (786)-500-9999. Our bondsmen are available 24/7, 365 days per year. Start the process online now after contacting an agent for an access code.
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