Orlando, FL, July 18, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The bail bond agents at 33rd Street Bail Bonds in Orlando, Florida have joined the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce in Central Florida. 33rd Street Bail Bonds is a 24-hour bail office located at 2480 33rd Street, Orlando, Florida 32839, just a few blocks from the Orange County Jail.
The bail team at 33rd Street Bail Bonds provides bail to defendants who have been arrested for a variety of charges including drugs and trafficking, domestic assault, violence, traffic misdemeanors, child endangerment, DUI, DWI, boating while intoxicated and many other charges. Their Orlando bail bond office is licensed and insured and can bail a person from jail throughout the state of Florida.
Russ Pacala owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds states, “We are excited to have joined the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Our office is in downtown Orlando, minutes from the Orange County Jail, however, we do bail from the Seminole County Jail as well. Joining the chamber will help us further extend our reach into Seminole County and let people know we are available to help them in what could be an unfortunate time of need. We have helped many bail from jail for various arrests including white collar crimes like money laundering, tax evasion, Medicare fraud, Medicaid fraud, Racketeering and other charges. Defendants arrested for such white collar crimes as these can be eligible for bond. Often times people don’t know who to call if it’s their first time being arrested. We make the entire bail process easy.”
The bail bond staff at 33rd Street Bail Bonds are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and all year long. They are the oldest and most trusted bail business in the Orlando, Florida area. Their customer service is top rated by their clients. Pacala adds, “Our customers always tell us how much they appreciate our compassion and assistance with understanding the court documents, the process to bail from jail and each step involved. Many of our clients are young adults who have been arrested for their very first time. They are scared, their parents are angry and embarrassed so they really appreciate our compassion and care in explaining the entire process.”
33rd Street Bail Bonds offers a variety of tools on their website including an inmate locater and a search warrant check page. Both of these pages on the website allow consumers to easily search for inmates in the various jails across the state of Florida including the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the Florida Department of Corrections and the Florida Parole Commission. For search warrants consumers can access the Florida Warrants Directory and the Florida Arrest Warrants search.
“Our website is a tool for parents, families and friends to quickly search for their loved ones if they suspect an arrest or a warrant has been issued for an arrest. They can immediately call our office for help and get the next steps for getting their defendant bonded from jail. We also feature a section on our website for how bail works. I am asked regularly how a bail bond works. This section explains in greater detail why a defendant would use a bail bond agency as well as details on how the bail bond process works. We pride ourselves in offering an extremely informative website,” states Pacala.
For defendants whose family member(s) or friend(s) do not wish to personally visit 33rd Street Bail Bonds and secure a bond, a bail bond can be purchased online at www.injail.com or a bail bond can be secured by sending a fax. All major credit cards are accepted.
For more information on how a bail bond works, the Seminole County Courts or details on bonding somebody from jail, consumers are encouraged to call 33rd Street Bail Bonds at 407-425-7200 or visit online at www.injail.com. 33rd Street Bail Bonds is available to bail from the following jails: Lake County Jail, Seminole County Jail, Volusia County Jail, Orange County Jail and Osceola County Jail.