Having a warrant can be a stressful and worrisome experience. It can disrupt your life, cause unnecessary anxiety, not to mention, it can be rather embarrassing if you are arrested in front of your friends and co-workers. The fear of being arrested now becomes real!

Avoid Getting Arrested For An Open Warrant

The connection between the Florida courts case data base and local law enforcement in Florida means the likelihood of arrest is eminent if you have an open warrant. Significant advances in police technology have also made it virtually impossible to avoid being arrested on an active warrant. License plate recognition (LPR) readers allow law enforcement to instantly scan license plates from their police vehicle while driving by. If an open warrant is detected, they can arrest you without you committing a traffic violation.

Most police agencies in the state have warrant crews looking to apprehend people at their home or work. Even U. S. Marshals are assigned the task of apprehending individuals with warrants, even if its for failure to appear at court.

Aside from practically isolating yourself from the public, avoiding warrant enforcing agencies is difficult.

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How is Bail Bond Calculated?

  • The fee a bail bondsman charges is 10% of the bond amount, which is called the premium.
  • The minimum fee per charge is $100.00.
  • There is only one charge per bond and never consolidated.

Note: In the case of federal bonds, however, premium increases to 15%.


Different Warrant Types

How do you know what kind of warrant you have? Here are the three types of warrants we help people bond out of jail for.

Criminal Warrants

Court-issues criminal warrants give local law enforcement officers the authority to arrest an individual. The warrant also gives the person who is getting arrested an official notice about the pressed charges. If an arrest warrant has been issued, you’ll want to surrender yourself to law enforcement with the assistance of a bail bondsman.

Failure to Appear Warrants (FTA)

Unreliable transportation, bad weather and people with busy lifestyles are often the cause of unwittingly missing court. This is why the Courts have made it easier to resolve active warrants for FTA without having to be arrested nor booked at the county jail. If you have an outstanding warrant for your arrest in Florida for a failure to appear in court, we can help you resolve the warrant without arrest, without being booked, and usually faster and less expensive than a lawyer can.

Probable Cause Warrants

These warrants are when a victim or victims, have filed a complaint with a police agency. An arrest is required by law and you will need to be booked at the county jail. Sometimes, a statutory bond amount is assessed, and others may require a mandatory first appearance court hearing. These warrants are usually resulting from pending felony criminal charges.

We Can Help Clear Your Arrest Warrant in Florida 24/7

An experienced bail agency like Frank Chavez Bail Bonds can help locate the warrant, guide you to help arrange a surrender and make all necessary efforts to expedite the booking process.

CALL US TO DETERMINE IF YOU EVEN HAVE A WARRANT. WE ARE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK. We resolve warrants in West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Wellington, Boca Raton, anywhere in Palm Beach County, or in any other county in Florida.