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At Absolute Bail Bonds we strive to provide freedom to your loved one and help them post bail. To individuals accused of committing a crime, our goal is to make the jail release process as simple and stress-free as it can be. At Absolute Bail Bonds, we ensure that you will be released from jail and back into the arms of your family as soon as possible.

We understand how important it is to get your loved one or friend home. We are available to help. The owner, Karl Garriott has been a bail bondsman for over 30 years and is committed to serving in Manatee, Sarasota, Desoto and Hillsborough counties by getting those who have been arrested back home. Absolute Bail Bonds has been helping people get out of jail and post bond in Florida for over 16 years.

Absolute Bail Bonds are dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our clients. We are here for your services handling Bail Bonds in Manatee County, Bail Bonds Sarasota, Bail Bonds Hillsborough County,  Bail Bonds Bradenton, and Bail Bonds Tampa.

 

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Absolute Bail Bonds serving Southern Florida
Sarasota, Bradenton, Apollo Beach, Brandon, Tampa & Venice

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    Absolute Bail Bonds are dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our clients, we work with you to understand the process and give much needed support during these difficult times.

    It is our mission to provide all the steps necessary to help your loved one land back on their feet after bail has been posted. We get you out. We get you through it.


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    HOW IT WORKS.
    A judge sets a bail amount. If the defendant cannot pay the bail amount on their own, they can seek help from a Bail bondsman "Absolute Bail Bonds" in the form of a Bail Bond.

    To post a Bail Bond, a defendant is usually required to pay a Bail bondsman 10% of the bail amount.The Bail bondsman will then secure the rest of the bail amount in the form of collateral. If the defendant does not have enough collateral, the Bail Bondsman might seek out relatives and friends to assist in covering the bail.


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    WHAT'S NEXT?
    After you've contacted Absolute Bail Bonds, the next thing to know is the process. We will discuss pricing options with you and your family. That means you will pay a set fee to the bail agent.

    Absolute Bail Bonds will then give the court a surety bond to release the defendant. As long as you appear in court as required, and don't miss any court dates, you won't have to pay any further money.

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Absolute Bail Bonds, 200 Frandorson Circle, Suite 201, Apollo Beach, Florida 33572

Office (941) 926-2552

 

Cell (941) 302-3106

 

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