Orlando, FL, February 01, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- 33rd Street Bail Bonds announces their office will be open Super Bowl LIII Weekend. Central Florida residents are encouraged to call 33rd Street Bail Bonds this weekend should they find themselves in jail. Russ Pacala, owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds stated “Super Bowl weekend is typically accompanied with plenty of partying. Once game day hits we have found football fans get more serious about their team. There are many New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams fans here in Central Florida. Fights, many of them physical, often take place especially as the alcohol starts flowing. We typically are busy Super Bowl Weekend each year and usually bond people from jail for charges such as driving while intoxicated (DWI), sexual harassment, lewd behavior, fighting, drugs, drug trafficking, vehicular infractions and other misdemeanors.”
Super Bowl weekend typically brings friends and family together, many who may travel from out of the area. Pacala reminded consumers, “if you are traveling for Super Bowl LIII be sure and know your limits when it comes to alcohol and partying. Each law enforcement agency operates a little differently in each state. We specifically bond clients from Florida jails, when you are arrested out of state the laws may be slightly different compared to being arrested in Florida and the penalties you may face may be stronger or the bond may have a chance of being set exponentially higher than that compared to being arrested in Florida. We just encourage people to play it safe, have fun but know your limits.”
33rd Street Bail Bonds is the oldest bail bonds agency in Central Florida. Originally owned by Joe VonWaldner, which many may know this agency as Von Waldner Bail Bonds, 33rd Street Bail Bonds is known for their top-notch customer service, friendly attitude and fast bail. Their staff will walk defendants through the bail bond process, explain court filings and procedures, discuss the court process, provide instructions for filling out the court paperwork and remind defendants of their court dates.
Pacala stated, “Often times our clients are arrested for the very first time so it can be a nerve-racking experience especially if the defendant is under age 21. In these cases, we advise not only the defendant but also their parents. We do bail students from the local colleges including the University of Central Florida (UCF), Rollins College, Stetson University, Seminole State College and Valencia College. These kids are typically arrested for drugs, alcohol, theft, driving with a suspended license, vehicular misdemeanors and other lesser charges. Typically, they don’t know what to do when they get arrested. We lend an empathetic ear and guide them through the process. I think this is one of the many reasons our clients rate us so highly with their review. We take the time to listen and legitimately want to help them.”
33rd Street Bail Bonds is conveniently located in Orlando at 2480 33rd Street, just minutes from the Orange County Jail, also called 33rd Street Jail. Their bail bondsmen are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. 33rd Street Bail Bonds has bonded thousands of defendants out of jail over the years for a variety of charges including domestic violence, assault, battery, theft, endangerment of a child, neglect, delinquency of child support or alimony, traffic violations, misdemeanors, drugs, drug paraphernalia, drug trafficking and much more.
For more information about 33rd Street Bail Bonds or if you need bail now, visit online at http://bailorlando.com/ or call 407-425-7200.