You will be able to apply for your Miami-Dade 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 786-500-9999 for your access code.
Visiting or living in Miami is of many dreams. The city’s full of sunshine, beautiful beaches, amazing nightlife and so much more. It’s not uncommon for newbies and visitors to get a bit carried away and somehow find themselves in a bit of trouble. There’s even a funny saying you may have heard, “Come to Florida on Vacation but leave on probation”.
If You’ve Been Arrested in Miami-Dade County – We Can Help Bail Bonds Now is here 24/7 to help.
Bail Bonds Now offers superior services unmatched by any other bail bond company in South Florida. This is due to our exemplary state licensed bail bonds agents, who pride themselves on maintaining the impeccable reputation we’ve established over the years. Our agents are on-call and available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We are skilled in servicing all types of bail bonds in Miami, including State, Federal and Immigration Bonds. Our company prides itself on being a Nebbia Bond specialist and being ready to prepare the Nebbia packet whenever this specification has been added to the bond. We fully comprehend that having a friend or loved one arrested is a terrible event, which is why we go above and beyond to ensure that the bail bond process is as efficient as possible at Bail Bonds Now.
With many thanks to the United States Constitution, the 8th Amendment ensures its citizens are entitled to release on bail following an arrest until proven guilty. When someone is arrested for a crime (depending upon the severity of the offense) they are booked into jail and eventually stand before a judge before their release. That’s where the bail bondsman comes into play.
The judge decides whether or not the accused is eligible for bail and what the amount of bail will be.
In most situations, the bail amount is more than the person who was arrested can afford on their own. Therefore, he or she typically pays 10% of the court ordered bail amount to a bail bondsman agent who then provides a surety bond guaranteeing the court the full bail amount. If the accused does not show up to his or her court date as promised, the bail bondsman is responsible for paying the court the full amount of bail which was originally set.
We service all cities throughout Miami-Dade County, including: