November 4, 2013

Miami Bail Bonds – 24/7 | TGK | Miami-Dade Bail Bondsman | The Bail Bond Firm

Miami Bail Bonds - 24/7 | TGK | Miami-Dade Bail Bondsman | The Bail Bond Firm


The Bail Bond Firm is a licensed Miami bail bonds agency providing fast, reliable service to residents of Florida and other states. Our specialists have 45 years of experience helping families locate their loved ones and releasing them from custody whether it be from TGK or any other detention facility. We are available 24 hours a day, every day without closing, to meet your needs. Whether you have an emergency or legal concern, our multilingual representatives and bail bond specialists are here to help. At The Bail Bond Firm, you will never have to worry about posting bail because we take care of everything. Our services include:

  • State bonds
  • Federal bonds
  • TGK Bail Bonds
  • Immigration bonds
  • Immediate response
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Fast, free consultation
  • Notary Public services
  • 24/7/365 personal access
  • Local or nationwide service
  • Flexible financing options
  • Guaranteed confidentiality
  • Bail by phone, fax, or email
Bondsman Russ Walters

After 45 years in business, The Bail Bond Firm has the expertise and efficiency required to deal with prosecutors and defend your rights. We work closely with experienced criminal defense attorneys in Miami and throughout Florida to ensure that you have everything prepared for your next court appearance. Whether your case involves federal bonds, state bonds, or a Nebbia Hearing, we take the burden from your shoulders. Our agents understand that arrests and criminal charges cause stress. That is why we are dedicated to guiding you through each step of the legal process.

Bail Bond Basics

Following an arrest, individuals facing charges must stay behind bars unless they “make bail,” or pay the amount ordered by the court. Rather than waiting in a cell for days or weeks until trial, a bail bond allows the accused to be released from custody until the next hearing. Bail bonds guarantee that the person will appear on the next scheduled court date in exchange for being released from custody. Most people rely on licensed bail agencies to deal with the jail or detention facility (e.g., TGK in Miami) and expedite release. The responsibilities of bail bond agencies include:

  • Locating the accused
  • Arranging full payment
  • Disclosing up-front costs
  • Ensuring court appearance
  • Explaining bond agreement
  • Finding fugitive with warrant
  • Preparing Nebbia requirements
  • Collecting non-refundable service fee (premium)
  • 10% of state bond amount in Florida
  • approximately 15% of federal bond amount
  • 20% in some immigration cases
  • Safely holding collateral in trust
  • Used to recover cost if cannot find fugitive
  • Can be anything of value to ensure full payment
  • Returned in full once case completed
  • Can be property, car, bank account, or co-signor’s assets

Some cases require a “Nebbia proffer,” which is designed to show that the payment and collateral are derived from legitimate sources, not criminal activity. Bail bond agents analyze financial assets and show the origin of the funds through documentary evidence. A Nebbia hearing may be necessary if the prosecutor does not accept the proffer. Bail bondsmen are the only means of ensuring that the source of payment remains confidential. Because handling multiple courts, jails, and officials can get tricky, bond agencies must be well-versed in all aspects of the process.

Successfully Posting Bail

If you are detained or need to secure a loved one’s release from TGK or any other jail, The Bail Bond Firm in Miami can help. We are an established licensed agency providing prompt, professional service in Miami-Dade County, throughout Florida, and nationwide. Our agents know that you have to get back to your family and return to work. That is why we are dedicated to expediting your release and restoring your freedom. Call (888) 867-9820 for a free consultation or contact us online.





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