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    Pay a Palm Beach County Bail Bond Online

    You will be able to apply for your bail bond directly online without needing to come into our office - available to you 24/7.

    call or text US for your ACCESS CODE!

    After You’ve Contacted us...

    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 561-500-9999 for your access code.

    Help for Those Arrested in Palm Beach County

    Getting a call that someone you care about is among recent Palm Beach County arrests is never a good thing. Even so, when the call comes, you will want the assistance of a fast and dependable bail bonds service. Bail Bonds Now takes the jail bond business very seriously and knows that time is of the essence. No one wants to spend any more time behind bars in Palm Beach Jail than necessary.

    Florida arrests often include those who are visiting the area on vacation. It’s unfortunate, but a lot of good times end badly in the land of paradise. It’s a common story. Many visitors drink too much while having dinner with friends and family and don’t realize they are intoxicated until flashing lights are behind them. Other circumstances arise, such as fishing or boating violations, domestic disputes, suspended licenses (often times the driver was unaware the license was suspended), out of state warrants, etc.

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    How to Find Out if Someone’s Been Arrested

    To find out if someone has been arrested in Palm Beach County, simply visit the Palm Beach County Police Blotter. CLICK HERE

    Select the date range when you suspect the person was arrested. Next, enter the person’s last name and first name (or initial). Click the box next to “I’m not a robot” then click “Process Search”.

    If the person has been arrested, the information will be presented. If a bond amount has been issued by the magistrate, it will list that information towards the bottom of the inmate’s data.

    If you find out your friend or family member has indeed been arrested, you will need to either post bail with the court directly or find a local bondsman to help bail them out for a small portion of the actual bond amount.

    What is a Bondsman?

    A bail bondsman is a licensed professional or agency who submits a surety bond to the courts in exchange for the release of a pretrial inmate. The bondsman makes it possible for a defendant to be released from jail for a small fraction of the full bond amount. He is paid a bail bond premium that is non-refundable. This is because the bail bond agency is taking a risk by releasing the defendant for less than the full bond amount demanded by the court. Therefore, it is mandatory for the defendant to appear at all required court hearings until his case is closed. If the defendant skips bail (fails to appear at any of the hearings), the bondsman will be forced to collect and return the accused back to jail. If the defendant is not returned to jail within a certain amount of time, the bond agent will be required to pay the court the original bail amount.



    How Much Does a Bail Bondsman Charge?

    In Florida, a bail bond company charges 10% of the full bail amount for state crimes and 15% for federal crimes. As an example, if the court sets bail at $6,000, the bail bond premium will be $600 for a state bond or $900 for a federal bond.

    Bail Bonds that Take Payments

    Bail Bonds Now understand that it is difficult for clients to pay the full bail bond premium on high dollar bond amounts. Text or call a bondsman to discuss arrangements at (561)-500-9999

    How Long After Posting Bond is Inmate Released?

    After the bail bond paperwork has been processed and a payment has been made, it typically takes between two to twelve hours for the inmate to be released. All of our bail bond agents at Bail Bonds Now understand that no one wants to remain in jail any longer than necessary and will do our best to get your loved one released as soon as possible. Every one of our agents is highly experienced and knowledgable on how Gun Club Jail operates.

    Fishermen and Divers Arrested in Palm Beach County

    Fishermen and divers frequently get themselves into a pickle when they fail to educate themselves on Florida’s laws for fishing, boating and lobster diving. It’s important to learn about Florida Fishing and Wildlife regulations before heading out. For example, most of the wild life in the state have weight and length requirements for keeping. And a majority of these creatures are highly protected. There are only certain times of year when they may be collected without severe fines or arrests. Florida fishing seasons are specified based on the type of fish.

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    Too often, after a fisherman or hunter has been fined for a minor violation by FWC, he or she ignores the citation and also misses his or her court date to dispute it. There is usually an arrest warrant issued for the failure to appear. What started out as a small fine, may turn into a much more serious offense if not dealt with.

    Find out how to search for an arrest warrant online in Palm Beach county. CLICK HERE

    How to Clear a Warrant

    If you need to have a warrant cleared in Palm Beach County, you may qualify for the “Pay and Go” service. With this service, one of our bail bond agents will help walk you though the paperwork process at the jail and usually with NO JAIL TIME. Call or text Bail Bonds Now for more information between the hours of 9am and 5pm any day of the week at (561)-500-9999!

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    Bail Bonds Agent on Congress Near Gun Club Jail

    Bail Bonds Now of West Palm Beach is conveniently located around the corner from Palm Beach Jail on Congress, just southeast of Gun Club Road. Our Gun Club bail bonds agents are licensed, knowledgeable, highly experienced and available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays).

    We are a team of experienced experts in all types of bail bonds, including state and federal bonds. We have Nebbia Bond specialists who are ready to prepare the Nebbia packet whenever this stipulation is added to the bond. We understand having a friend or loved one arrested can be traumatic. However, our West Palm bail bond agents work hard to provide quick and comprehensive service to ensure that at least the bail bond process is fast and easy.

    Post Bail Online Anytime


    Whenever you need help with bail bonds in West Palm Beach, Florida, or in the surrounding areas, your best choice for fast service is always Bail Bonds Now. Our state licensed bail bond agents offer unparalleled skill and efficiency in processing you or your loved one’s bail bond. We pride ourselves on retaining the stellar reputation we’ve established over the years.

    To get started, just Call or text Bail Bonds Now at (561)-500-9999 to receive an access code!




    Bail Bonds – Palm Beach County

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    428 S Congress Ave
    West Palm Beach, FL
    Phone: 561-500-9999
    We strive to be the best bail bonds service across florida,and our clients agree!

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