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How do Bonds Work?
Client Testimonials
  • "All around great service and people, also very well spoken. Love Harrison Bail." by June 2020 Client
  • "Very friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful." by Previous Client
  • "Honesty was the key for me. The advice he gave me saved me $$$" by June 2019 Client
  • "Nice People" by Keena
  • "Understanding and compassionate." by July 2019 Client
  • "He’s absolutely awesome… I called for a friend he told me 45mins he’ll be to the jail it was probably more like 30, I saved his number case anybody else need an bondsman Harrison would be the one I send FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO" by Jeanette Brown
  • "Thank you for a professional experience that was not stressful." by September 2019 Client
  • "Fast and helpful and polite." by September 2019 Client
  • "If it wasn’t for Scott my Fiance never would have made it out of Homes County jail I called over 50 bail bonds and nobody could do anything and this man jumped through hoops to post his bond … awesome Service. Non judgmental on point thru the whole process definitely the best bondsman in the state of Florida! Thank you so much Scott you’re amazing!" by Patricia Dubose
  • "Let me tell you something… for my very first bond experience, Scott made it a walk in the park. Professional, courteous and on point. He assured me that he will keep me updated every step of the way throughout the process and he did. I would highly recommend this Bail Bonds!!!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!" by October 2019 Client

How do Bonds Work?

When Hiring a Good Bondsman, How do Bail Bonds Work?

Harrison Bail Bonds will walk you through the entire bail bond process from beginning to end. Your process will involve providing certain information and items that ensure the completion of your bond posting.

You should be fully prepared to complete the bail bond process. When completing a bail bond, you may be required to furnish collateral. This can be anything of equal or greater value than the bond, including your house, car, credit card, land cash, or boat.

Your collateral will be used to help assure your bondsman that your defendant will appear in court. You get your collateral back when your defendant makes his or her court appearance.

Keep in mind that it might not be possible for the bail to be posted. In this case, your defendant will have to remain in jail for the duration of the case.

Your efficient bail bond process

  1. Your bail bondsman will ask you about your defendant’s history and case
  2. You furnish your premium (10% of the bond with a minimum of $100)
  3. Your bail bondsman will contact the jail and sorts out the case
  4. Your bail bondsman contacts you when the jail has processed the bond
  5. You sign the bail paperwork
  6. Your bond is released by the court when the case ends for any reason

Information that you should bring to your bondsman

  • The defendant’s full legal name
  • The defendant’s date of birth
  • The defendant’s social security number
  • The agency which is holding the defendant
  • The defendant’s charge
  • The defendant’s bail amount
  • The defendant’s employment, arrest, education, community, and military history

If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime and is looking to hire a professional and experienced bondsman, contact Harrison Bail Bonds now!

Harrison Bail Bonds has over 25 years as a bondsman in Tallahassee and Crawfordville.

Contact Harrison Bail Bonds Today

Harrison Bail Bonds has been putting families back together since 1995! Call us to get your loved one freed ASAP. Harrison Bail Bonds specializes in servicing Bail Bonds in Leon County Florida, including Tallahassee, Jefferson County, Live Oak, Suwannee County, Liberty County, Calhoun County, Gadsden County, Wakulla County, Taylor County, Madison County, and Franklin County.

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