Levy County Bail Bonds

by Rick Roundtree

Levy County Bail Bonds

Established in 1956, Roundtree Bonding Agency has served the Levy community with dignity and understanding for more than 5 decades.

Rick Roundtree has been a licensed bail agent in the state of Florida since 1978, and Sean Thomas has been a licensed bondsman since 1996.

Call us today at (877) 336-8449 to find out more about Roundtree Bonding or about any questions you may have about Levy County bail bonds, bail bonds in Bronson or Williston.

Why should you trust RBA with Levy County bail bonds?

Roundtree Bonding Agency is the best choice for Levy County bail bonds because Roundtree Bonding has been writing bonds in North Central Florida longer than ANY other bonding agency, earning the respect of clients and the courts alike.

We are proud of our record serving the people of Levy County and in all that time, there has never been one complaint filed with the state against our agency or any of our agents. That’s an amazing legacy over a 55 year period.

Is your friend or family member detained in the Levy County Jail? We will help you. Call today at (877) 336-8449

What to expect when bonding in Levy County:

When a person is arrested on a warrant, they may be able to bond out right away, but often there is no bond on the warrant and they must see a judge the next day at a hearing called “First Appearance.”  See What is a first appearance hearing for more info.

Most people incarcerated in Levy County, however, are arrested “on view,” where a law enforcement officer has reason to believe a crime has occurred. At the first appearance hearing, the judge will do these three things:

  1. Make sure the arrested person is aware of his charges.
  2. Determine if he qualifies for a public defender (and appoint one if he does qualify).
  3. Make a bond determination.

The judge’s options include:

  • Releasing the defendant without posting a bond,
  • Setting a monetary bond for each of his charges, or
  • Keeping him in jail with no bond, which means obviously he’s not going anywhere.

If a monetary bond is set, this can be paid in cash at the jail, or a bail bond agent can be hired to post it. The bondsman’s fee is set by law at 10% of the face amount of the bond or bonds. This is a non-refundable fee.

In Bronson, once Roundtree Bonding has filed your bond with the jail, you can expect to be released in two hours or less.

If bond is denied, or if you think the bond set is too high, your attorney can request a bond hearing, where a judge will reconsider the bond and may lower the amounts or even change the bail to a recognizance release (where the defendant is released on their promise to appear). Also, in cases where the bond fee may be too high to pay all at once, Roundtree Bonding may be willing to set up a partial credit plan and let you make payments. Roundtree Bonding has the best reputation in Levy County for working with our clients.

What if I’m asked to “co-sign” on a bail bond?

Co-signing on a bail bond means that you are assuming full liability for the full amount of the bail bond, and you are guaranteeing to the bondsman (who is in turn guaranteeing to the courts) that the defendant will make each and every court appearance until his case is over. This responsibility should be taken very seriously. For more information on co-signing on a bail bond see our information page what you should know before co-signing on a bail bond.

If a friend or family member is being detained in the Levy County Jail, here are some things that you can do to speed up the Levy County Bail Bonds Process.

1. Call our office toll free at (877) 336-8449
2. Be ready to give us the defendant’s full name, bond amount and the county the charges are in. If you have DOB or a booking number, this will also help.
3. Once we have your information, as well as the defendant’s information, and all bonding related paperwork is filled out and signed, we can then bond your person out of jail.

Levy County Bail Bonds Resources and Maps:

Levy County Jail

9150 N.E. 80 Avenue

Bronson, FL 32621

 

Levy County Bail Bonds

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Levy County Jail Inmate Search: Search Now

Booking number: 352/486-5121

 

Directions to the Levy County Courthouse in Bronson, Florida

 

Courthouse address: 355 S. Court Street, Bronson 32621
Phone number: 352/486-5266

Levy County  Clerk’s Office Website

Public defender: Located in the Levy County Courthouse
phone number: 352/486-5350
State attorney: Located in the Levy County Courthouse
phone number: 352/486-5140

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Communities, Colleges and attractions covered by Levy-Bronson

Williston, Chiefland, Yankee Town, Inglis, Cedar Key, Rosewood, Gulf Hammock, Waccasassa River

Florida Bail Bond County Index

Need to post bail in another county? Florida Bail Bonds can help! Click on a link below:

Alachua Dixie Lee Putnam
Bradford Duval Levy Sarasota
Brevard Flagler Madison St Johns
Broward Gilchrist Marion Sumter
Charlotte Hamilton Martin Suwannee
Citrus Hernando Orange Taylor
Clay Hillsborough Osceola Union
Collier Indian River Palm Beach Volusia
Columbia Lafayette Pasco
Dade Lake Pinellas

Need more information for Levy County Bail Bonds? Call us locally at (877) 336-8449. We would be honored to assist you and your family during these difficult times.

Rick Roundtree has been a licensed Bail Bondsman in the state of Florida for more than 36 years. With an emphasis on writing bonds in Alachua County and surrounding North Central Florida, he has executed bail bonds in every part of the state of Florida. Rick currently sits on the board of directors of the Florida Bail Agents Association. More info on Google +