You will be able to apply for your Broward 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 352-500-9999 for your access code.
Taylor County is located is located along the Gulf Coast of Florida just under the panhandle. Taylor is surrounded by Dixie, Lafayette, Madison and Jefferson counties. The county was named after the United State’s President, Zachary Taylor who served between 1849 and 1850.
The county seat of Taylor is the city of Perry, which is located approximately fifty miles southeast of Tallahassee. The city was renamed three times before it became known as Perry. The city was originally named Rosehead by the Native American Indians and did so because there were wild rose bushes found throughout the area. Eventually, in 1875, the city’s name was changed to Perrytown. Not long after, the city became known as simply ‘Perry’.
An arrest is usually not expected and rarely considered a concern until it happens. Unfortunately, making the decision on whether or not to bail someone out of jail does not allow much time. And the average individual has no idea on how to go about doing so until they have had to go through the bond process at least once.
The person who arranges for a pretrial inmate’s release is called an ‘indemnitor’. Anyone who is age 18 or over and has a driver’s license, official state ID or passport can post a bond for someone who has been arrested. However, keep in mind, an indemnitor is responsible for making sure the pretrial defendant who has been released from jail will show up for all court appearances after posting bond.
Once an inmate has completed the booking process (fingerprints and mugshots) and bail has been posted or a bail bond application has been completed, it typically takes anywhere from two to twelve hours for their release. After a bond has been posted by a bondsman or full bail is paid to the court’s clerk, much of the final release process is dependent upon the jail’s administrative staff.
If someone you care about has been arrested in Perry or anywhere in Taylor County, FL, call or text a bail bondsman any time at (352)-500-9999
If you are planning to pay for a bond with a credit or debit card, our online bail bond application makes the entire bail bond application process a breeze. Simply call or text one of our bail bond agents for an access code for entry at (352)-500-9999. The online form may be completed using any smartphone or computer device.
According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, there were 22,295 residents living in Taylor County in 2017. Within that same year, there were a total of 1,216 arrests within the county. There were 120 arrests for violent crimes; 125 arrests for property crimes and 971 arrests for part II offense arrests (i.e. loitering, drug use, embezzlement, DUI, etc.). To get more up-to-date crime statistics on Perry and other cities with the Taylor County limits, visit sites such as NeighborhoodScout.com.