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Miami Bail Bonds

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Let Exit Bail Bonds be your ‘Get Out Of Jail Card.’ You can rely on Exit Bail Bonds, a family-oriented concern that has been serving and helping families and individuals in the community who are caught up in the legal-justice maze.

What Exit Bail Bonds do, and what to expect.

When Exit Bail Bonds writes a bail bond, it is to acquire a defendants release by supplying to the court a monetary fee. The fee, usually determined by a judge or a fee table, insures that a defendant appears in court. The bail bond exists so that a defendant has an opportunity to continue his life until a trial ends.

Usually, when a person is arrested, generally he is put in custody, be it a police station or a city, county, or state holding facility, where he is booked. The defendant or suspect is interviewed, photographed, fingerprinted, and subjected to a background check. The suspect also is tested for alcohol intoxication and use of illegal substances, which may include prescription medicines. Generally, the detainee or prisoner is allowed a phone call. This is the time to phone Exit Bail Bonds.

More than likely, a suspect will appear before a judge or magistrate the next business day after the arrest. A bail hearing determines if the suspect may be released on bail. The judge will determine how much the bond will be.

The keys to unlocking doors to detention rooms and cells with iron bars rests with Exit Bail Bonds. We offer privacy, discretion, and respect. In all its years of business, not once has Exit Bail Bonds compromised its integrity, not even for short-term gains.

Not only does Exit Bail Bonds maintain its position in the bail industry as the leader of a new school of thought and practice, Exit Bail Bonds also is discreet and cares about long-term relationships with clients and their families.

See for yourself why Exit Bail Bonds is the key to your uncertainty. The one sure way to find the truth of our honesty, integrity, and caring, is to CALL family-oriented Exit Bail Bonds right away at (305) 233-3000. Or contact us at for assistance with Miami bail bonds.

Consideration for Obtaining Bail

Important factors a judge considers when determining bond amount:

  • Severity of the crime
  • Suspect flight risk
  • Will a suspect’s release cause harm to others
  • A suspect’s criminal history
Exit Bail Bonds Explains What First To Expect

Since Florida laws mandates once an accused person is jailed, he must appear before a judge within 24 hours of arrest. A judge will review the case and address the matter of the defendant’s bond.

What You Can Expect At First Appearance

(Do not confuse a defendant’s first appearance with an arraignment. In most cases, a defendant will not plead guilty or not guilty until the arraignment.)

  • A monetary bond amount will be set for a defendant who was arrested under “no bond.”
  • A previously set monetary bond can be revoked and a defendant will receive “no bond” status.
  • A monetary amount for the bond can be raised, lowered, or remain the same.
  • A defendant can be placed on supervised release. In this case defendants must report regularly to the Pretrial staff until the case is disposed, and can sometimes be required to comply with special court-ordered conditions such as random urinalysis, drug and alcohol evaluations.
  • Defendants with significant community ties, and do not pose a threat of danger or risk of flight, can be released on their own recognizance and allowed to return to court without any monetary responsibility.
The Truth . . . How Exit Bail Bonds Work
  • An Exit Bail Bonds defendant who cannot come up with enough cash to post the entire bail, a court will accept a bail bond.
  • An insurance company through Exit Bail Bonds will charge a premium for posting the bond. For example, if a court requires $10,000 in bail, the insurance company may by law, charge a 10% ($1,000) premium to post the bond. The company will require a guarantor to sign for the bond, meaning this person guarantees to pay the insurance company the posted $10,000 if the accused fails to appear in court.
Exit Bail Bonds Rates & Options

Miami bail bonds are regulated by the Department of Financial Services. Each and every licensed bail bond agency, including family oriented Exit Bail Bonds, charge the same fee for a bail bond. Bail Agents are strictly prohibited from charging more, or charging less for services rendered. Limited Surety Agents or Bail Agents are not cops and they do not work for the State. Their function is similar to Insurance Agents by providing a service to the public so that a family, friend, or loved one can be released from jail on an Exit Bail Bonds bond..

A bail bond (or surety bail bond) is a security posted by the defendant (accused) in order to ensure the accused will appear in court. Bail can be posted in cash or an Exit Bail Bonds bond.

Once a person is busted for a crime, the jail or Magistrate can impose a bail amount to be paid before the person can be released from custody. Either the defendant ponies up the full amount, or relies on Exit Bail Bonds to come to the rescue. You can reach us at or 305-233-3000. Make the call today.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • What is a bail bond?

    A bail bond is a method used to get the release of a defendant awaiting trial upon criminal charges from the custody of law enforcement officials. The defendant, defendant’s family and friends, or a professional bail bond agent executes a document that promises to give up the sum of money determined by the court to be equal to the gravity of the alleged crime if the defendant fails to return for the trial date.

  • How does bail work?

    Once a judge sets the bail, Exit Bail Bonds puts up the money to free the defendant until his court date.

  • Are there Up-front charges?

    Yes, depending on the jurisdiction. If the charge is under Florida State Court System, Exit Bail Bonds will charge a nonrefundable 10% of the Bail Bond or a $100 minimum per charge.

  • What do I need to bail someone out of jail?

    Several things are needed: valid Identification and the accused must be at least 18 years of age.