The bail bond cost is the entire amount of bail decided by the courts. The bail bond premium is the amount of money a bail bondsman charges for pre-trial release and is typically 10% of the total bail amount ordered by the court system.
Types of Bail Bonds
All bail bond agencies are required and regulated by the Florida Department Of Financial Services to charge 10% on state bonds and 15% on federal bonds
Bonds Less than $1000
If the Bond amount is below $1000 then a flat fee of $100 is charged. The only exception for additional charges on top of the premium is a transfer fee of $100 if the bond you seek resides outside the main operating county.
PLEASE NOTE: Bail Bond Premiums are non-refundable.
All professional bail bonds agencies are required to obtain at least two forms of collateral for bail that would include completion of a promissory note and an indemnity agreement. These two documents are legal binding and help us ensure the defendant’s appearance in court. If the defendant fails to appear in court you could be subject to, but not limited to, legal and monetary responsibility for the full amount of bond, surrender fees, and attorney fees.
Please see our FORMS page to review and understand the legal responsibility when posting bond for someone, whether a friend or loved one. Once the case is over and the bond has been discharged, our agency will issue your collateral back in full within 21 days of the bond discharge.
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