Orlando, FL, August 19, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The bail bondsmen at 33rd Street Bail Bonds announce their online article to how bail works. Readers can visit online at https://bailorlando.com/howdoesbailbondswork/ to learn more about the bail bond process. The article addresses several of the questions the bail bondsmen at 33rd Street Bail Bonds answer on a daily basis including court, court dates and collateral.
33rd Street Bail Bonds is located at 2480 33rd Street in Orlando, Florida 32839, just minutes from the Orange County Jail. Their bail bondsmen are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. They the oldest family owned bail bonds agencies in the Orlando area.
Pacala stated, “Our bail bonds office is in the heart of Orlando. We bail defendants from jail for a variety of arrests including drugs, DWI, DUI, driving with a suspended license, assault, battery, drug trafficking, drug paraphernalia, aggravated assault, theft and more. Our staff is highly experienced and will walk defendants and their loved ones through the entire bail process. We call and remind our clients of court dates and explain the court process and paperwork needed. Over the years we have bonded students from jail who attend Rollins College, the University of Central Florida, Stetson University, Valencia College and Seminole State College. Often it is the student’s first arrest, so they are typically not knowledgeable about the bail bond process. We lend an empathetic ear and walk them through the entire process.”
When visiting 33rd Street Bail Bonds online, consumers can learn more about bail contracts and how those work: https://bailorlando.com/bailbondsforms/.
33rd Street Bail Bonds also offers their online blog where they address various topics and give consumer safety tips for staying out of jail. Pacala added, “Many people don’t fully understand Florida laws. With everything being subject to being filmed, people need to be careful they don’t end up in jail. We address a variety of topics in our online blog to help people avoid getting arrested. With school starting back up again, the dynamics will change somewhat as to the types of crimes people are being arrested for. We are quickly approaching Labor Day weekend where we always see an influx of people being arrested for boating under the influence (BUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving under the influence (DUI). Our blog articles address a variety of topics including these types of charges, so we encourage people to check it out at: https://bailorlando.com/blog/.”
33rd Street Bail Bonds has contributed to educating college students over the years and train them on topics such as domestic violence. In the past, they have completed in-service classes at Stetson University with their athletics department to educate athletes on the Florida laws so they avoid getting arrested.
For more information on 33rd Street Bail Bonds and how they can help you, a friend or family member, consumers should call 407-425-7200 or 407-425-3303 or visit online at: https://bailorlando.com/