33rd Street Bail Bonds Launches Online Guide to Sending Christmas Presents to Inmates

Central Florida Bail Bonds Office Offers Tips on Mailing Presents to Inmates

Orlando, FL, December 21, 2015 --(PR.com)-- 33rd Street Bail Bonds announces their online guide for tips on what can and cannot be accepted as mail and presents for inmates. Russ Pacala, owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds, states, “We are frequently asked what gifts inmates can receive from friends and family. With the holidays right around the corner, it is important for loved ones to know the rules and guidelines of what an inmate may or may not receive. Our online guide offers tips on what is accepted at the prisons as well as ideas on what an inmate might enjoy receiving. Gift givers should be aware that all packages are inspected and reviewed prior to the inmates receiving them.”

A sample of the tips included in their online guide are:

• Letters are highly appreciated since inmates are lonely and love to hear from family and friends
• There are many restrictions on what can and cannot be given to inmate. Make sure to check the guidelines from the facility where a loved one is located
• Money added to their commissary account is always welcome
• Books may also be sent to inmates. However, the books must be paperback and come directly from a vendor.

All mail and packages sent to inmates is opened and inspected. A large volume of mail and packages are received during the holiday time so it is best to mail these items as early as possible since they must be inspected before being given to an inmate. Proper addressing of mail is necessary in order to make sure that mail will arrive to the correct inmate. More information about how to properly address packages and mail as well as the rest of the online guide can be found at:


33rd Street Bail Bonds is the oldest and most trusted bail bonding agency in Central Florida. This Orlando based bail bonds office has helped clients throughout Central Florida including clients living in Orange, Seminole, Volusia and Osceola counties. For help in bonding out of jail consumers are asked to call 33rd Street Bail Bonds at 407-425-3303 or 407-425-7200. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

Pacala adds, “Navigating the bail bonds process and criminal justice system can be confusing. Clients have said we are the best bail bonds office in Orlando, they appreciate the follow up phone calls and our personal assistance with the process. We offer experienced and knowledgeable bail bondsmen to help and we are licensed to post bail throughout the state of Florida. We can also arrange bonds with affiliated agents across the United States.”

Whether a loved one has been arrested for DUI, domestic violence, assault, or any other charge, 33rd Street Bail Bonds can help. Call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303 to connect with a courteous and experienced bail bonds agent. 33rd Street Bail Bonds is conveniently located next to the Orange County Jail (33rd Street Jail) in Orlando, Florida. To learn more about 33rd Street Bail Bonds or how bail works, please visit online at: www.injail.com.
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