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 850-500-9999 for your access code.
Walton County, Florida is situated along the Gulf Coast and part of what has been referred to as the Emerald Coast. Santa Rosa Beach takes front position on the shoreline in Walton. DeFuniak Springs is also part of Walton County and was named as the Best Small Town in Florida by MSN.com.
It is not uncommon for residents and visitors in Florida to find themselves in a pinch with law enforcement. Arrests in the Sunshine State happen for a long list of reasons. For example, fisherman, hunters and boaters often times end up in trouble simply from failing to abide by the state regulations. A friend or family member thinks he hasn’t drunk that much while enjoying a night out and then attempts to drive home (unsuccessfully). One of the more common ways people end up arrested in Florida are missed court dates that turn into arrest warrants. And in most cases, if a warrant is taken care of by the defendant before coming into contact with the police, there is no jail time.
When someone you care about has been arrested in Walton County or anywhere in the surrounding area, Bail Bonds Now bail bond agents will be standing by and ready to post a bond any time, day or night. All of our bondsmen are licensed, experienced and reliable. We understand that no one wants to remain in jail any longer than necessary.
Our online form makes applying for a bail bond in Walton fast, easy and convenient. All you will need is a smartphone or computer device. Simply call or text an agent to receive access at (850)-500-9999. If you are paying with a debit or credit card, you are able to also pay for a bond within the form.
Walton is not only one of the more serene areas in Florida, but it also hold quite a bit of history. The county was named after George Walton, Jr. who was the son of George Walton, Sr. who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. George Walton, Jr. came to Florida in 1821 and became the Secretary of West Florida and then Acting Governor. Learn more about the wonderful history within Walton by watching the video below.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s crime reports for Walton County indicated with a population of 65,301 in 2017, there were 176 violent crimes and 1,226 property crimes committed within the area. The Walton County CrimeStoppers program encourages residents and visitors to report crimes to continue to help keep the community safe.