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Miami Dade, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County & Palm Beach County

What are my rights? In the United States of America, a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty. That is the fundamental cornerstone upon which release on bail, prior to trial, rests. You have the following unalienable rights during the bail process:

  • The right to know the charges.

  • The right to be presumed innocent. Detention without specific charges is prohibited.

  • The right to non-excessive bail.

At Angel Hands Bail Bonds, we make sure you know your rights, and we help you to protect those bail rights. As a customer of Angel Hands Bail Bonds, your rights will always be respected and will remain our number one priority. 

At Angel Hands Bail Bonds:

  • Every customer has a right to courteous and prompt service.

  • Every customer has a right to full disclosure of his/her obligations as a co-signor.

  • Every customer and guarantor has a right to receive copies of all documents relating to his/her bail bond and guarantee.

  • Every customer has a right to expect honesty and fair dealings from our staff.

Have these items ready when calling us:

  • Defendant's name 

  • Defendant's location 

  • Defendant's date of birth 

  • Amount of bond 

  • Alleged charges 

What should I expect? 
Nobody wants to go to jail, but it's a fairly frequent occurrence, and one for which you may need the services of a professional bail bonds company. You or someone you love could be arrested for any infraction of the law. Sometimes, due to the nature of the crime, law enforcement officials have no choice but to perform an arrest. Whether it's a friend, family member, or even you yourself, when you're confronted with an unexpected arrest, your first concern is probably going to be getting out of jail as soon as possible. This is where Angel Hands Bail Bonds can help. 

An arraignment is scheduled shortly after the arrest. At the arraignment, a county judge will review the reasons for arrest and determine an amount needed for release of the arrested person, called the "defendant". This amount is called bail, and it can range anywhere from a few hundred dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Most people don't have large amounts of cash available but can get help from us. Paying bail quickly means the defendant is free to resume their normal activities until they are scheduled to return to court for sentencing. We can post bail in minutes. Once a person is out of jail, they're free to go about their business until the scheduled court date comes around.

Posting a bail bond involves a contractual undertaking guaranteed by a bail agency, surety and the indemnitor (usually a relative or close friend). The bail bond is a financial guarantee to the court that the defendant will appear in court each and every time the court orders. For this service, the bail agent charges a premium for the service of 10% of the bond amount . In addition, the bail agency may require physical collateral, the signing of a bail bond agreement (contract) , or both, depending on the individual circumstances. Often times a defendant can be bailed out of jail with only the signature of a responsible indemnitor. 

After an agreement is reached between the bail agent and the indemnitor and all fees are paid, the bail agent physically posts a bail bond for the full bail amount with the jail or court. The defendant is released on bail and given a date and location to appear in court. We are in here to guide you throughout this process. If the defendant fails to appear in court, the indemnitor is responsible for paying the full amount of the bail. If the defendant is located and arrested by the bail agent the indemnitor is responsible for all expenses incurred by the bail agent while looking for the defendant.

Note: It is very important the indemnitor feels confident the defendant will appear in all of his/her court appearances or posting a bail bond is not recommended.


  • Signature Bonds

  • No Collateral

  • Payment Plans




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