How to Bail Someone Out of Jail in Brevard County
- March 10, 2021 3:21 pm
- Written by admingl
- Categories: Bond | Brevard County FL | Jail | Legal Advice | Police | Sharpes
If a friend, family member or loved one has landed themselves in jail, you likely want to get them out as soon as possible. This process is called ‘bailing’ someone out of jail.
In Brevard Country, there are a few ways you can go about this.
- Bond – Brevard County allows anyone to pay the full amount of the posted bond by way of money order, certified check or cashiers check, made payable to the “Brevard County Clerk of Courts”. A bond may also be paid in full by way of a “TouchPay” system, found at www.touchpayonline.com or by calling 1-866-204-1603.
- Purge – A purge is a court-ordered payment that is in ‘delinquent’ status. Payment of the ‘purge’ may be made via money order, certified check or cashiers check, made payable to the “Brevard County Clerk of Courts”.
- Bail Bonding Agents – A bail bond agent is one of the most common methods of bailing someone out of jail in Brevard County. A bail bond agency will charge between 10-15% of the full bail fee in exchange for putting up the full amount to bail the person from jail. This fee is non-refundable.
How Do You Find Out the Bond Amount? – In Brevard County, this information can be found by calling 321-690-1500 or 321-690-1501 (24-hour line).
A bond can be placed at any time of day (24-hours). Typically, inmates are released within a few hours of posting bond.
If you need help with bailing someone out of jail, contact our law firm for assistance.