Jail and Bond Information
Listed below are several County Jails for your convenience.
Orange County Jail:
@ 407.836.3400 Orange County Jail is located at 3723 Vision Blvd., Orlando, FL 32839
Orange County Jail General information
Orange County Jail Inmate Search
Orange County Jail Bond Information
Osceola County Jail:
@ 407.742.4444 Osceola County Jail is located at 402 Simson Rd., Kissimmee, FL 34744
Osceola County Jail General information
Osceola County Jail Inmate Search
Osceola County Jail Bond Information
Seminole County Jail:
@ 407.665.1200 Seminole County Jail is located at 211 Bush Blvd., Sanford, FL 32773
Seminole County Jail General information Page
Seminole County Jail Inmate Search
Seminole County Jail Bond Information
Brevard County Jail:
@ 321.690.1500 Brevard County Jail is located at 860 Camp Rd., Cocoa, FL 32927
Brevard County Jail General information
Brevard County Jail Inmate Search
Brevard County Jail Bond Information
Volusia County Jail:
@ 386.254.1555 Volusia County Jail is located at 1300 Red John Rd., Daytona Beach, FL 32120
Volusia County Jail General information
Volusia County Jail Inmate Search
Volusia County Jail Bond Information
The bond amount in most cases is already set at the Jail and can be viewed on their website. There are cases that for various reasons a bond has not been set or in some cases the bond amount may be excessive. If so the remedy would be to file a Motion with the Court for a hearing to set bond or reduce bond.
There are a couple ways to bond someone out of Jail.1. A Bail Bond Agent or Bondsman will cover the entire amount of the Bond for a fee. Bail Bond Agents are listed in local phone books and may have websites.
Listed below are several Bail Bond Agents for your convenience.
Markham T. Roberts Bail Bonds
3021 West 39th Street
Orlando, Fl 32839
Phone - 407-872-7213
Mr. Bail Bonds Orlando
Phone - 407-841-6004
2. The other way to Bond someone out of Jail is by what is known as a “cash bond”.
This means that you pay the entire bond amount yourself and in theory when the case is completed the bond amount is returned to you.
Please Note: This was absolutely true until the creation of Florida Statute 903.286(1) “ the clerk of the Court shall withhold from the return of a cash bond posted on behalf of a criminal defendant by a person other than a bail bond agent …costs of prosecution, costs of representation, court fees, and criminal penalties….”
This means that you may end up paying these expenses if incurred for the person you helped bond out of jail. Unless you want to risk all or part of your cash bond, you may want to consider hiring a Bail Bond Agent as the better alternative.