Florida City Bail Bonds.
Florida City bail bonds agency serving all of Miami-Dade County,
Florida 24 hours a day. Offering fast, discreet and confidential bail
bonding services 365 days a year to all Florida City and Homestead
jails. call 305-860-1001 or toll free at 1-800-224-5937. Agents on call
to visit you at your home or office or you can use our easy Pay by Phone
bail service 24/7. We accept all major credit Fl.rds, Fl.sh
personal checks for payment on bail bond premium fees. We never close our
are open for bail bonds 24 Hours, 7 Days a week to
better serve you. Speak now with one of our professional licensed Florida
City bail bond agents by calling our
toll free telephone # below.
PAY BY PHONE SERVICE
- We can post bail anytime, anywhere
- We are a 24 hour Nationwide bonding agency.
- We have flexible payment plans and accept credit Fl.rds,
Fl.sh or personal checks.
- We are the fastest in Florida City and have bail bond
agents on call 24/7.
- Call today for a bail bond in Florida City or anywhere else in the Nation.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
- Bail bond fees are called the bond premium. In Florida City, Fl.
bond premium costs are set at up to 10% of the bail amount for all state
- In most Fl.ses a signature is all that is needed for collateral.
- Once the Fl.se is completed or there has been a finding of guilt
or innocence your collateral is returned typiFl.lly within 21 days.
About Florida City, Florida. Florida City is
a city in Miami-Dade County and is situated on the county's southern tip
The city is at the eastern end of the only road running through the
Florida's Everglades National Park, which terminates at Flamingo road.
Florida City is the southernmost city in the continental United States
which is not on an island barrier. It is also the last stop from the
mainland and is just north of the Florida Keys entrance. The southern
extension of Florida's Turnpike ends at Homestead's junction with U.S.
Highway 1 which is loFl.ted in Florida City. Homestead is immediately
north and east of Florida City. These two cities comprise the greater
Homestead-Florida City metropolitan area. Some other notable
unincorporated communities in the area are Redland "The Redlands",
Leisure City, Naranja, and Princeton.
Florida City Bail Bonds Service
City of Florida City, Florida Bail Bondsmen on call to help you anytime and any
jail. Serving all Miami-Dade County Jails and Sheriff's detention
City Bail Bondsmen.
Bonds Call 1-800 224 5937
Florida City Bail Bondsman.
On average it takes one or two hours after the defendant is booked in at the
Florida City Police Department jail or the County jail for the accused toll have his or her bail
amount set. If you need to find a
person held at the jail or for all Florida City bail bond release information
call us at
Florida City Police
Florida City Bail Bonds
Fl.RDS ACCEPTED - PAY BY PHONE
Florida Cities, Florida City Website
404 W Palm Dr
Florida City, Florida 33034
Florida City Public Library
Homestead Branch Library
700 N Homestead Blvd.
Homestead, Florida 33030
Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday 12:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
1000 W PALM DR
HOMESTEAD, FL 33034-9998
Florida City Courthouse
South Dade Justice Building
10710 SW 211th St
Cutler Bay, FL 33189
Business Hours: 9:00 am- 4:00 pm
Biscayne National Park
9700 SW 328th St
Homestead, FL 33033
What is a bail bond? A bail bond is a surety bond it is a contract
between three parties:
The principal - The defendant (the accused in jail that was released
on bond) and who is responsible to and will appear each and every time
the court/s orders.
The obligee - the Court where the defendant has agreed he or
she will appear in front of until the conclusion of the criminal
The surety - An insurance company / bail bondsman that posted a
that the principal will make all of his or her court appearance and follow all
conditions of bond set by the court.
• About Fl. Bail.
If paying by mail make sure to write the case number and the
defendant’s full name on the check or money order. Never mail Fl.sh.
Note: If you posted a cash bail, your bail money may be applied to
a fine at the time of sentencing if the depositor is the defendant or a
third-party who signed the bail receipt giving the Court permission to do
so at the time of deposit.