Clearwater, FL, April 16, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- 49th Street Bail Bonds located at 12211 49th Street North, Suite #2 in Clearwater, Florida announces their support of the Fraternal Order of Police Pinellas Deputies Lodge #43. This 24-hour Clearwater bail bonds office recently made a monetary donation to this organization.
Lori Ponder, owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds stated, “We are proud to support our local law enforcement. As a bail bondsman in Clearwater, Florida, we greatly appreciate the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect our community. We fully 'back the blue' and encourage others to do the same. Without the work of our police department, our community would not be the same. We appreciate doing business in the Clearwater area and hope that others will come forward to support law enforcement because 'Blue Lives Matter.'”
Over the years, 49th Street Bail Bonds has supported other organizations including Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Cons Helping Cons Free to Serve (a non-profit that helps convicts transition from prison to society), the Largo Police Department and the Fire Fighters Benevolent Association of Florida. Ponder adds, “We are proud to team up with these types of fine organizations to help promote their cause and make a difference in the community. Giving back has been a focus for my bail bonds business since prior to 2017. We look forward to supporting more cause related organizations in 2018.”
49th Street Bail Bonds offers bonds for a variety of arrests including domestic violence, assault, battery, driving on a suspended or revoked license, drug trafficking, drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, theft, breaking and entering and several other charges. Ponder stated, “We are experienced and compassionate bail bondsmen. Our approach is different from others in that we guide defendants and their loved ones through the criminal justice system. On many occasions this is the first offense for a defendant, so they don’t know what to expect, what documentation they need and what the timeline is for applying for a bail bond and eventually being released. Parents of a first-time defendant also are unclear how bail bonds work. Our staff will walk people through the process step by step, they are very compassionate and offer the best customer service in the business.”
Defendants, a family member or a friend can pay for a bail bond with a major credit card, cash or check made payable to 49th Street Bail Bonds. 49th Street Bail Bonds will have all the documentation needed at their Clearwater, Florida bail bonds office to bond somebody out of jail. Lori stated, “Often my staff or I will help our clients 'walk-through' the bond process to expedite bail. This is something other bondsmen may not offer. Our goal is to offer outstanding customer service and fast bail. Nobody wants to sit in jail for very long, so we work quickly to get our clients bonded out of jail in an efficient manner.”
49th Street Bail Bonds is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and can bond defendants from jails across the state of Florida including the Pinellas County Jail. For more information or to search for an inmate or check on an outstanding warrant, visit online at http://www.49thstreetbailbonds.com. To speak with a bondsman on 49th Street, call 49th Street Bail Bonds at 727-592-0000.