Bailing Someone out of Jail in Florida

When it comes to bailing someone out of jail, your mind can be racing in different directions. Sometimes it can be difficult to think clearly on what you are doing. You just want to get your friend or family member out of jail and on with their lives. Mentally and emotionally it can be even more stressful for the person signing the bail bond then the person sitting in jail waiting to be released.

It is in these conditions where we can make mistakes based on poor judgment.

People do make mistakes that end up sending them to jail. Even people we hold in high regards can end up behind bars thanks to a careless act. Some people are behind bars because they made a poor lifestyle choice, and jail is the outcome of it.

When Signing A Bail Bond

When signing a bail bond for someone, it is important to keep this in mind. You are putting a lot at risk to get this person out of jail. Don’t get into trouble because they did. 

If the person you are bailing out is a responsible person with a steady job and lifestyle, then bailing them out is much more likely to be safe. In order to keep their job and life going, they will appear in court on their court date and you don’t have to worry about paying the full bail price. It is also helpful to only bail out someone you are close to. A family member or close friend is more likely to not put you at risk.

If the person requesting you to bail them out is less than responsible, it may not be worth taking the chance. If they have a hard time holding down a job or often changes their place of residence, then they have less holding them down. It is easier for them to leave town and skip on the court date, leaving you with the bill.

Getting a Bail Bond to Get Someone Out of Jail

Bailing Someone out of Jail in Florida

How do you go about getting a bail bond in Daytona Beach for someone? The good news is that for anyone in this situation, going through a bail bondsman can be a simple process.

Instead of adding extra stress to an already stressful situation, bail bond companies such as Alliance make the entire set-up simple and fast. With an understanding of how chaotic a time like this can be for someone, Alliance makes it a point not to take you through any loops or tricks when it comes to bail.

So what does it take to bail someone out of jail with a company such as Alliance Bail Bonds?

It is as simple as following these 4 easy steps.

  1. Contact: The first step naturally is contacting Alliance. The person being detained can contact Alliance directly and give us your name and number. Alliance will then contact you with the details of the bail. The person can also contact you directly and you can go to Alliance with the detained person’s first and last name, date of birth, where they are being detained, and their middle initial if applicable.
  2. Paperwork: Once you have either contacted or been contacted by Alliance, you then can come to the office located at 3668 W. Int’l Speedway Blvd in Daytona Beach to fill out the required paperwork to complete the bond.
  3. Pick Up: Once the paperwork is signed, you may go to where the person in question is being detained and retrieve them. You will not be required to show any paperwork for this step, the bail agent will have contacted the center with the bail and information required. It can vary on how long it may take for them to be released, typically though it is a quick process.
  4. Finish Up: Once the person in question has been released from custody, you simply bring them to Alliance Bail Bonds to sign their part of the paperwork and they are free to leave. They can go home, return to work, and do everything they normally do as long as they attend all of their court dates.

You can learn more about how to get someone out of jail from our blog: How Bail Bonds Work.

For more information about obtaining a Bail Bond in Volusia County or Flagler County please contact us or give us a call at 386-257-5116. Our bail bonds experts have years of experience and will be happy to make this process easier for you.