Getting incarcerated is draining and unsettling, to say the least.
The right to be presumed and treated innocent until proven guilty is a relief for every accused person and with it comes along the right to post bail which a Fort Myers bail bond company can assist.
Depending on the severity of a defendant’s alleged offense, he or she may post bail or obtain a bond, which should allow release from jail.
The allegedly erring party may petition in the court where the case for the offense was filed or in any other court as prescribed for bylaws for a judge to set bail an amount that is just and reasonable. The judge may grant or deny the petition for a Punta Gorda bail bond, the amount of which is determined by considering factors, such as the severity of the allegations, the risk of the defendant committing more crimes while out of jail as well as the chances of the same to turn fugitive.
When casually talking about jail release, “bail” and “bond” are words often used interchangeably. Closely related, yes, they are, but they do not mean the same—a bail being the amount of money to be paid by the defendant to be temporarily released from jail, while a bond being the posted money on behalf of the defendant, so he or she may be jail-released.
Bails are often in outrageous figures, so for many whose bail is beyond their financial capacity, a Fort Myers bail bond, which usually charges a minimal rate, is a go-to.
A Punta Gorda bail bond company signs a surety bond contract that obligates it to pay for the full bail amount should the defendant fail to appear in a court hearing, or else the defendant’s bail will be forfeited by the latter. The court, then after, releases from jail the defendant.
A Fort Myers bail bond company is a friend in such trying times. If you are burdened by jail time, All Out Bail Bonds will unload you of that burden. Fast, seamless and discreet are how we service Southwest Florida. Call All Out Bail Bonds now at 239-599-5088 (Fort Myers) or 941-584-4492 (Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte).