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Frequently Asked Questions


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Why Is Bail Set?

Bail is set to in order to allow someone who has been arrested to be released from jail while they wait for their trial. The person is released after payment of the bail amount. In other words, bail is basically a financial guarantee that the person who was arrested will be present on future court dat es. However, many people don’t have the money up front to make the full bail payment in order to be released. This is where Mike Snapp Bail Bonds in Orlando is able to assist you in making that payment.

How Is Bail Set?

After an individual is arrested and charged with a crime they are taken to a formal reading before a criminal court judge. This process is called an arraignment. During this proceeding, the judge will decide how much bail will be or in some cases the judge will release the individual without bail. However, it can take up to five days for the individual to see a judge and most people want to be released from custody immediately. For this reason, the majority of jails have standard bail schedules which states the amount of the bail for commonly seen crimes. This is where Mike Snapp Bail Bonds in Orlando steps in and assists you with paying that set bail amount so you can get out of jail as fast as possible.

What Determines the Amount of Bail Bond?

There are a few factors that a judge considers when setting bail. Some of these factors include the severity of the crime committed, previous criminal record, whether the person has close ties to the community and family, and employment status. Mike Snapp Bail Bonds in Orlando has extensive experience with bail and has assisted individuals with all types of situations. Everyone’s case is different and we understand the importance of catering to your specific needs.

What about Fees?

Mike Snapp Bail Bonds does not determine the fee charged for our bail bond service in Orlando. This fee is set forth by the State of Florida and unfortunately cannot be negotiated. The fee is 10% of the bail amount.