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Q: How do I bond
someone out of jail?
A: There are 2 methods used in posting a bond:
Florida Surety bonds: (bail
Bondsman) An Jail state bail bonding agent posts' a bond
with the jail that guarantees an arrestee will appear at
their court date. Neither County nor the Sheriffs Office
participates in the contract between an arrestee and the
bonding company. The bonding company charges a fee for each
bond posted of 10%.
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About Florida State Bail
Bonds: Typically most bonds are state bonds meaning that
the charges or violation is a county / state offense. Most
people who get arrested in Prince Georges County are for state
charges and are held at the prince George's County Jail or
Sheriff's Office. The premium for a state bond is 10% of the
About Florida Federal
Bonds: Federal bonds are are bond set by the Federal
Courts for violations of federal laws. Federal bonds are
considered riskier bonds because of the nature or level of the
offense, for this the legal premium is 15% of the bail amount.
About Florida INS Bonds:
An Immigration bond is a federal bond, versus that of the
state, for which you may be responsible for posting when you
have been detained and arrested by the bureau of Immigration
and Customs Enforcement Agency "ICE". This is different than being
arrested on a state by your city or other local authorities.
In the case of immigration bonds it is the federal government
with which you are dealing.