At Central Florida Bonding we understand that most people who are arrested do not understand the bail bonds process, especially if it’s your first arrest. Our hope by releasing this article, and educational series on our website, is that we can inform the public on the bail bond basics.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) October 31, 2020
Central Florida Bonding announces the release of their most recent article entitled “All Arrests Don’t Qualify For Bail; Does Yours?” The release of their latest article discusses some basic criteria that determines who is eligible to receive a bail bond. To read their most recent article visit online at https://www.cfborlando.com/2020/10/14/all-arrests-dont-qualify-for-bail-does-yours/. This Orlando Bail Bonds agency specializes in professional, confidential, and quick bail services, and have for the last forty years.
Hadi Khouri, owner of the agency stated, “At Central Florida Bonding we understand that most people who are arrested do not understand the bail bonds process, especially if it’s your first arrest. Our hope by releasing this article, and educational series on our website, is that we can inform the public on the bail bond basics. Usually in the case of a person’s first arrest they are confused, worried and scared and they usually don’t understand their rights. As established bail bonds professionals, we know what to do when an individual is arrested and whether or not they qualify for bail.”
Central Florida Bonding has helped thousands of defendants bond from jail over the years for charges such as driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), and domestic violence, drugs, drug trafficking and more. Whether an individual is needing a bail bond right or not, the qualification process is ready available on Central Florida Bonding’s website (http://www.cfborlando.com).
In another recent article published by Central Florida Bonding, they discuss how to handle yourself if you get arrested. This article educates the public on what to do and what not to do should you find yourself in a pair of handcuffs, for whatever reason. Your behavior while arrested could impact bail qualification. To read the full article on what to do if you’re arrested visit https://www.cfborlando.com/2020/09/14/how-to-handle-yourself-if-you-get-arrested/.
Over the last forty years, Central Florida Bonding has held the hand of numerous defendants, guiding them through the bail bond process in a simple to understand manner. The team will walk you through the likelihood of achieving bail, the most likely scenario, and the estimated bail cost. Khouri added, “With Covid-19 top of everyone’s mind, it’s important to be aware of your rights to be bailed out as fast as you can. Getting release quickly will reduce your potential exposure to Covid-19. Most people do not expect to be arrested. If you are, it’s crucial that you understand how to apply for bail, who to call, and what to do when you’re arrested. We have created a resource library on our website with articles we’ve written explaining the correct steps to take in these instances.”
If a defendant is arrested outside of Florida, transfer bonds can be sent to the location where the defendant is held, so long as it is within the United States. Also, Central Florida Bonding has trained staff in fluent Spanish, we can also help the Spanish speaking community should they need an Orlando, FL bail bondsman.
Central Florida Bonding serves defendants in 5 Central Florida counties including Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, and Volusia counties. Their office is located in the Cox Plaza just across the street from the Orange County Jail also known as 33rd street jail. Their address is 2911 39th Street, Suite 300, Orlando, FL 32839. For fast bail defendants are encouraged to call Central Florida Bonding for discreet and confidential bail bond services. They are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week and can be reached at (407) 841-3646 or online at http://www.cfborlando.com.
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