Orlando, FL, January 01, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- 33rd Street Bail Bonds in Orlando, Florida announces their online guide to explain how bail bonds work. Russ Pacala, owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds stated, “There are so many aspects of the bail bond process. Most people are completely unaware of how bail works.” Pacala further stated, “We encourage people to call us for help should they need a bail bondsman. The criminal justice system can be hard to navigate. Our bail bonds agency is extremely experienced in bonding people from the Orange County Jail in Orlando as well as the Seminole County Jail, Lake County Jail and Volusia County Jail.”
If a person is arrested in Orlando, they are taken to the Orange County Jail for processing. Once the booking process is complete, they will have the option to stay in jail or bond out. If the person opts to stay in jail, the arrested person will be held until the case is satisfied. This process usually takes more than one month and more than one court appearance.
Typically defendants have 2 options to bond out of jail. Pay a bond with a bail bond agency or pay a cash bail bond by paying the full amount of the bond(s) in cash. The cash bail bond option means that they will have to deliver cash to the jail. Most jails no longer accept cash. Instead they mostly accept money orders and cashier’s checks but no credit cards.
For more information consumers are encouraged to visit online at http://bailorlando.com/howdoesbailbondswork/ and read more about how bail works.
33rd Street Bail Bonds is the oldest Orlando bail bonds agency in Central Florida. They are available year-round, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For fast bail, defendants or their family members or friends are encouraged to call 33rd Street Bail Bonds at 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303. The bail bond process will be fully explained including the court process and necessary paperwork. 33rd Street Bail Bonds has been helping clients bond from jail since 1971 in Orlando, MetroWest, Pine Hills, Maitland, Conway, Windermere, Winter Park, Casselberry, Longwood, Sanford and Lake Mary.
They have helped clients throughout Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties. For more information consumers are encouraged to visit 33rd Street Bail bonds online at http://bailorlando.com. They are ready and able to assist with bail bonds for domestic violence, drugs, drug paraphernalia, child endangerment/abuse, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, delinquent child support payments, tax evasion, theft and many more charges.