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Bail Bonds Blog

Welcome to Our Sarasota Bail Bonds Blog


Few people have any understanding of the bail bond process until they find themselves or a loved one in jail without the means to post bail. A Way Out Bail Bonds II Inc. is a seasoned bail bonds agency serving Sarasota, Florida. Our bail bondsmen care about your freedom and will go the extra mile to help secure your release. That is why we are proud to announce the launch of our bail bonds blog! You can find posts filled with information and advice regarding
bail bonds in Florida. You can also access extensive information on our Sarasota bail bonds website. You can also get the answers you need by calling our offices to speak directly with a bail bondsman.
Contact our Sarasota offices right away at 941-613-6626 to learn more about how we can help!


Why It’s Important to Pick the Right Bail Bond Agent


When you have been arrested for a criminal violation, you will be booked, processed, and given a bail amount set by the presiding judge. For even slight misdemeanors, bail can be set at thousands of dollars, or tens of thousands of dollars. Most people do not have this much extra money just lying around in their bank accounts and turn to a bail bond agent for assistance. While this is a smart and useful practice, it is critical that you find the
right bail bond agent for help; otherwise, you could wind up in another world of troubles, separate from your criminal charges.

When searching for a trustworthy bail bond agent, always consider the following:

  • Price: Bail bond services work by you paying a percentage of the bail amount to the agent, and the agent then paying the full amount to the court to have you released; assuming you show up for all court dates and follow any restrictions, when your case is closed the bail amount is returned to the agent. To get this financial support in a pinch, most bail bond agents will charge 10 to 15% of the bail amount. Be mindful of any agent that… Continue reading