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Barnett Bail Bonds has been serving the local Vero Beach and larger Florida marketplace for over 25 years.
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Choosing the right Bail Agent is probably the most important decision you will ever make...shouldnt you be working with the best...shouldn't you be working with an Expert? Barnett Bail Bonds is a family owned and family run business. They have been assisting families in the Florida marketplace for over 25 years and are committed to providing the best service and attitude possible...something only a family can do. So next time you are in trouble, make sure to turn to Barnett Bail Bonds, and remember to ask for any member of the family including Ron, Stuart, Stacey, Wayne and Sarah. They are all waiting to help.
In addition to their commitment to thier clients and their business, Barnett Bail Bonds is also commited to being an active participant in the local community through its participation in the Boys' and Girls' Clubs of America as well as the Humane Society. Whenever there is an opportunity to make a difference Ron and his family will be there. Read Ron's "Making a Difference" story that was featured on the ExpertBail website. Also, check out our Barnett Bail Bond Blog.
Barnett Bail Bonds is located at 4004 43rd Avenue in Vero Beach, Florida right behind the Indian River County Jail.
Barnett Bail Bonds services the following areas:
- Blue Cypress Lake
- Florida Ridge
- Indian River Shores
- Lakewood Park
- Vero Beach
- Vero Lake Estates
- Wabasso Beach
- West Vero Corridor
- Winter Beach
Frequently Asked Bail Bond Questions
What is a bail bond?
A bail bond is a financial gaurantee that the defendant who is released pretrial will show up for all court cases until their case is fully adjudicated.
What does a bail bond cost?
Bail Bond Agents are licensed by the department of insurance and are required to file rates with the department. This rate is typically 10% of the bond amount. For example, in the case of a $10,000 bond, the premium payable to the bail bond agent would be 10% of that or $1,000.
What happens if someone misses a court date?
If a defendant misses a court date the bond goes into forfeiture. At that point the bail agent has a specific period of time to locate the defendant and bring them back to the court. This is typically a violation of the bail bond agreement and the bail agent will remand the defendant back into custody.
How much does price matter when choosing a bail bond agent?
The reality is that the bail bond industry is regulated by the department of insurance and every agent must charge the rate that is filed with the department. So every agent must charge the same price. What will differ is the specific payment plan that you work out with the bail agent. We advise consumers to avoid those agents that promote "Free" bail offers...because ultimately they dont exist.