Pinellas County Bail Bonds in Clearwater, Florida.
Closest to the Pinellas County Jail. Reliable & Quick. Financing Available.
We don’t just get you out. We get you help.
We can refer you to programs or classes that will
help you get back on track.
Been Arrested? We’re Here to Help!
Post Bond in 3 Steps:
We’ll ask you some simple questions and an agent will explain how the bond process works.
Once you pay the bond, we will IMMEDIATELY post it.
Post a Bail Bond Online
Posting a bail bond has never been easier with our online bail bonding system available to you 24/7. You can post bond for a friend or loved one anytime, anywhere online.
Bail Bond Financing
Bonding someone out of jail is not something you typically plan for and can be a financial inconvenience. We offer flexible bail bond financing options.
How Bail Works
How much does a bail bond cost and what is the process? Learn how bail bonds work in the state of Florida.
How to Post a Bail Bond
Have to bail someone out of jail? We can help you post a bail bond in just 3 easy steps!
We are located closest to the Pinellas County Jail!
We have been serving Clearwater and St. Pete throughout Pinellas & Pasco County for over 32 years. In addition to bail bonds, we also offer assistance for the defendant who wants to be proactive regarding the charges they are facing and also after the case has been resolved. Contact us today for more information.
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Areas We Service
We do bail bonds in the Clearwater Florida and Pinellas county area including Largo, Bay Pines, Seminole, Madeira Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, North & South St. Pete, St. Pete Beach, St. Petersburg, Tampa and the greater Tampa Bay area including Pasco County.
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*We respect your privacy and do not sell or share your information with third parties.
Increase Your Chances of Staying Out of Jail.
Those arrested for an alcohol related charge in Pinellas county and have posted bond should know that there are enhanced penalties if they have:
- A blood alcohol reading of .15 or higher
- Incurred a second or subsequent DUI
- An accident resulting in property damage or injuries to others
- Driven with a child 18 years or younger
You will want to discuss this with your attorney. However, it may be in your best interest to prove to the court that you are able to maintain your sobriety. We can help by providing the necessary documentation through the use of an alcohol monitoring system.
In some cases it is possible to avoid jail or reduce your sentence through the use of GPS and alcohol monitoring. Our GPS bracelets for house arrest are available with or without an alcohol monitoring component. We also offer discreet alcohol & GPS systems for those with employment or specific medical needs.
Our alcohol monitoring, GPS, and drug/alcohol education can provide an alternative to incarceration. Contact us today.
For more information, visit us at www.tampabaymonitoring.com.