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MARKHAM T ROBERTS BAIL BONDS ORLANDO

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FAQ's Bail Bonds

Posted on June 19, 2019 at 3:49 PM Comments comments (1)
FAQ's About Bail Bonds

How do I get someone out of jail?
     Contact a local bondsman they will be able to help you find information on the inmates bail. In most cases, a bail is set and the bondsman will be able to post the bail for you, for a fee.

How long does it take to get out of jail?
      The paperwork takes minutes to complete. Release time varies depending on the release volume but usually is within 2 hours.

What is a bail bond?
        It is a monetary guarantee to the court that a defendant will appear every time the defendant is ordered while the case is pending using collateral to secure the bond.

How long is the bond good for?
       A bail bond is normally active for the entire length of the case and expires after 3 years in Florida. At that time a Judge may or may not require a new bond.

How much does a bail bond cost?
       The cost of a bail bond is 10% when the bond exceeds $1000. If the bond is less than $1000, our minimum fee is $100. The fee for Federal Bonds is $15%.
 
What is an Indemnitor?
      A co-signer for the inmate who needs a bail bond. They are held financially responsible  for the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear. It is important that the co-signer remains in contact with the defendant until the case is resolved.

What is collateral?
      Collateral is an asset offered by the indemnitor to secure the bond so the defendant appears in court. After the court date the collateral is returned to the indemnitors. If the defendant fails to appear the collateral (assets) is converted to cash to pay the bond to the courts.

   What can be used as collateral?
        Collateral may take different forms from promissory notes and indemnity agreements to automobiles titles, real estate deeds, cash or anything of value. Once a defendant completes their court appearances the collateral is returned.

What happens if a defendant fails to appear?
        We will assist you in either reinstating the bail with the court or surrendering the person back into custody. If we are unsuccessful, the court will demand the full amount of the bail paid in full and convert the collateral to cash to pay the courts.
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Criminal Bond

Posted on August 22, 2018 at 4:27 PM Comments comments (0)
         Not all arrested are criminal.  If you believe they are deserving of a chance. Check out these facts.
FAQ's About Bail Bonds

How do I get someone out of jail?
     Contact a local bondsman they will be able to help you find information on the inmates bail. In most cases, a bail is set and the bondsman will be able to post the bail for you, for a fee.

How long does it take to get out of jail?
      The paperwork takes minutes to complete. Release time varies depending on the release volume but usually is within 2 hours.

What is a bail bond?
        It is a monetary guarantee to the court that a defendant will appear every time the defendant is ordered while the case is pending using collateral to secure the bond.

How long is the bond good for?
       A bail bond is normally active for the entire length of the case and expires after 3 years in Florida. At that time a Judge may or may not require a new bond.

How much does a bail bond cost?
       The cost of a bail bond is 10% when the bond exceeds $1000. If the bond is less than $1000, our minimum fee is $100. The fee for Federal Bonds is $15%.
 
What is an Indemnitor?
      A co-signer for the inmate who needs a bail bond. They are held financially responsible  for the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear. It is important that the co-signer remains in contact with the defendant until the case is resolved.

What is collateral?
      Collateral is an asset offered by the indemnitor to secure the bond so the defendant appears in court. After the court date the collateral is returned to the indemnitors. If the defendant fails to appear the collateral (assets) is converted to cash to pay the bond to the courts.

   What can be used as collateral?
        Collateral may take different forms from promissory notes and indemnity agreements to automobiles titles, real estate deeds, cash or anything of value. Once a defendant completes their court appearances the collateral is returned.

What happens if a defendant fails to appear?
        We will assist you in either reinstating the bail with the court or surrendering the person back into custody. If we are unsuccessful, the court will demand the full amount of the bail paid in full and convert the collateral to cash to pay the courts.
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Bail Bond Location

Posted on August 20, 2018 at 7:15 PM Comments comments (0)
If you have any bail bond related question? Please feel free to stop by any time. #mtrbailbonds
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How Bail Works

Posted on March 27, 2017 at 10:48 AM Comments comments (0)









FAQ's About Bail Bonds

How do I get someone out of jail?
     Contact a local bondsman they will be able to help you find information on the inmates bail. In most cases, a bail is set and the bondsman will be able to post the bail for you, for a fee.

How long does it take to get out of jail?
      The paperwork takes minutes to complete. Release time varies depending on the release volume but usually is within 2 hours.

What is a bail bond?
        It is a monetary guarantee to the court that a defendant will appear every time the defendant is ordered while the case is pending using collateral to secure the bond.

How long is the bond good for?
       A bail bond is normally active for the entire length of the case and expires after 3 years in Florida. At that time a Judge may or may not require a new bond.

How much does a bail bond cost?
       The cost of a bail bond is 10% when the bond exceeds $1000. If the bond is less than $1000, our minimum fee is $100. The fee for Federal Bonds is $15%.
 
What is an Indemnitor?
      A co-signer for the inmate who needs a bail bond. They are held financially responsible if the defendant fails to appear for the full amount of the bond. It is important that the co-signer remains in contact with the defendant until the case is resolved.

What is collateral?
      Collateral is an asset offered by the indemnitor to secure the bond so the defendant appears in court. After the court date the collateral is returned to the indemnitors. If the defendant fails to appear the collateral (assets) is converted to cash to pay the bond to the courts.

   What can be used as collateral?
        Collateral may take different forms from promissory notes and indemnity agreements to automobiles titles, real estate deeds, cash or anything of value. Once a defendant completes their court appearances the collateral is returned.

What happens if a defendant fails to appear?
        We will assist you in either reinstating the bail with the court or surrendering the person back into custody. If we are unsuccessful, the court will demand the full amount of the bail paid in full and convert the collateral to cash to pay the courts.
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Click Baters

Posted on March 20, 2017 at 10:46 AM Comments comments (0)
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Former Clients???I might have bonded her out b

Posted on February 21, 2015 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)
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FUGITIVE

Posted on March 3, 2014 at 3:45 PM Comments comments (0)
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FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

Posted on March 3, 2014 at 3:32 PM Comments comments (0)
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About MTR Bail Bonds

Posted on July 30, 2013 at 9:28 AM Comments comments (0)
      I got started in the Bail Bond Industry in 1996. After the years of experience I have acquired,  I have learned that no Bonds are too large or too small. Nor are they too risky. Is a friend or loved one in Jail? Do you need help carrying the burden? Let us help You.  We have over 15 years experience. With the right people and proper backing anything is possible. We have a network of people around the State and Country willing and able to help us. So, when the need arises, think of us. We are here for You. 
 
      We service the Tri-County area. "Orange County, Seminole    County, and Osceola County". We are also part of the Expert Bail Network. This allows us to service clients State and Nationwide.
 
        ALSO, ask us about "NO COLLATERAL or SIGNATURE BAIL BONDS".  
    
About Us
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. 
 
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. 
 
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Markham T Roberts 
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Synergy

Posted on March 14, 2013 at 12:18 PM Comments comments (0)
   Slowly it seems we the Bond Industry are loosing professional courtesy from our government agencies. Personally I have experienced a lack of cooperation and indifference with my local goverment employees lately. It seems that in some cases there are unnecessary boundaries but in place. And in other circumstances a lack of diligence or experience.
   That being said I would ask my peers. What can be done about it? We too often have put ourselves in an adversarial position. Can we find a common voice and move forward in a good orderly direction. 
   At the highest level we have educated eloquent associates arguing our position. However at the grass roots level I feel we are frayed. 
    I advise as a whole we need to work together. Put aside our differences and work in a cohesive manner. It should be our goal to keep and set a high standard so that we are not judged by our lowest.   MTR
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