At Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds, we’re the premier source for bail bonds in Cocoa and Palm Bay, FL.
For discreet, professional, and fast service, you cannot beat our team. To learn more or arrange release, contact Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds for bail bonds in Cocoa and Palm Bay, FL.
Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds is the oldest family owned bail bonds agency in Brevard County, Florida. We are your local source for all bail bonds, including bail bonds in other counties and states! We will gladly answer any questions you have regarding the bail bonds process, court dates and court procedure. We will be with you every step of the way through the judicial process as we know this can be a confusing time.
Bail bondsmen secure the release of the accused by posting a bond and charging a small fee of 10% of the bound amount with a minimum of $100.00 for any bond of $1,000,000 or less. Without the assistance of a bail bondsman, a defendant or family member would be required to deposit with the jail the full amount of the bond for a defendant to be released. To learn more or request our bail bonds services call us anytime at 321-638-2245.
A felony is a serious crime, the consequences of which can follow you for the rest of your life. When we provide a bail bond for a felony defendant, we always recommend hiring the best lawyer you can afford. Once released from pre-trial detention, you can use your freedom to plan a robust defense.
Drug charges, in particular, contribute to a lot of felony arrests. With the exception of marijuana, possession of any drug in Florida can occur as a felony. The greater the amount, the more severe the charge, and if authorities see intent to sell or traffic, drug charges can easily become first degree felonies. In addition to bail for drug charges, we provide support for a number of felony charges.
A misdemeanor arrest can happen to anyone. Whether it’s for a first or second DUI, disorderly conduct, reckless driving, or some other common offense, misdemeanors can quickly land an unprepared individual in jail. Once incarcerated, your thoughts will naturally turn to jail release. As soon as a judge or bail schedule sets the bail amount, we can arrange rapid discharge from any local jail facility.
While a misdemeanor might not seem serious, even the least of them can carry a sentence of 60 days in jail. Probation Violations are a fairly common reason for misdemeanor imprisonment. If you cannot abide by the terms of your probation, judges will often deny bail. If this is not the case, turn to your local team at Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds for bail bonds in Cocoa and Palm Bay, FL.
We currently provide service across a wide range of charges, including domestic violence, probation violations, immigration crimes, and juvenile bail bonds. Each of these generally occur as misdemeanors, though special stipulations apply to probation violations and immigration crimes. The former often results in the denial of bail, since the defendant has shown that he or she cannot manage personal behavior. Immigration charges occur through U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), rather than local authorities. To ask questions on behalf of a detained loved one, or to arrange for their quick release on bail, give Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds a call today at
At Tom Culbreth Bail Bonds, we receive a lot of questions about how bail bonds work, and what people can expect throughout the jail release process. As professionals, we strive to provide clear, honest answers to any questions. Bail bonds guarantee the appearance of the defendant in court each time he or she is required to appear. The person signing to guarantee the bond is the “Indemnitor”. The Indemnitor is financially responsible for the defendant while out on bond. Any cost or loss as a result of the defendant not appearing in court at the required times will obligate the Indemnitor to pay those costs.
The Indemnitor will sign a promissory note and indemnity agreement that guarantees payment of the costs, or in the event of forfeiture, the entire bond amount. Bond fees are non-refundable and are earned once the bond has been executed and posted at the jail. The fees are a minimum of $100.00 on all bonds less than $1,000.00; and 10% on bonds over $1,000.00. While on bond, the defendant cannot leave the jurisdiction of the court without first obtaining written permission from the Surety (bondsman) and the court. The defendant cannot move from one address to another without first notifying the Surety in writing of the new address.