1How does a bail bond work?
When a person is arrested, he/she is sent to jail. It typically takes several hours to be booked into the jail system. The jail will do fingerprints on the defendant (the person in jail) to determine their identity and whether there are any outstanding warrants. At this time, the family and friends of the defendant can go post a bail bond. A bail bond uses the principles of accountability and responsibility. 561 Bail Bonds guarantees that the defendant will appear in court for each court appearance until the case is over. If the defendant fails to appear, there is a warrant issued and a loss is incurred by the bonding company if the defendant is not rearrested timely. The family and friends, who cosigned on the bail bond, would have to pay any looses incurred as a result of the failure to appear. These friends and family members who secure the bond are called cosigners. Bail is an effective form of release because more parties are motivated to make sure that the defendant does appear in court. The defendant, the cosigner, and the bondsman are ensuring an appearance in court.
2What form of payment do you take for a Bail Bond?
561 Bail Bond Agency, service accepts Cash, Money Orders, Cashier' Check, and all Major Credit Cards. We offer flexible payment plans and a variety of payment options, call us today for more information. We bail you out anytime, anywhere in Florida Our service is one of the fastest in Florida, we always have bail bond agents on call 24 hours a day. Call us 24 hours a day - 7 days a week! The Lowest Rates Available by Statute. Expert Advice on Bail Bonds. Our Agents Come To You Discreetly home or work. Our Office Never Closes! County, State, Federal and Immigration Bonding. Inmate Bail and Jail Information.
3What is Collateral and is it always required?
Bail Bonds are similiar to a specialized loan. As such Bail Bond agencies are required to guarantee the loan. We accept many different types of collateral. A signature is all that required in most cases. On Larger bail bonds the most common type of collateral is a lien on a home or piece of land. In some cases, we can accept a portion of the bail bond collateral in cash or credit card. Remember, ALL COLLATERAL IS RETURNED TO THE DEPOSITOR ONCE THE BAIL BOND IS DISCHARGED BY THE COURT.
4What are your business hours?
At 561 Bail Bond we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We never close our doors, and are always just a phone call away for all your Bail Bond needs. Call us today for Palm Beach bail bond information and immediate, expert response. Our services are one of the fastest Nationwide and with our streamlined Bail by Phone service, or you may visit one of our offices nearest you.
5What cities in Palm Beach County does 561 Bail Bonds service?
561 Bail Bonds is a Florida Bail Bonds Agency serving the following cities in Palm Beach County: Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Gulf Stream, Haverhill, Highland Beach, Hypoluxo , Juno Beach, Jupiter, Lake Clarke Shores, Lake Park, Lake Worth, Lantana, Manalapan, Mangonia Park, North Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge, Pahokee City, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Shores, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach, South Palm Beach, Tequesta Village, Wellington, West Palm Beach.