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49th Street Bail Bonds Launches Online Guide for Walk Through Arrest Procedure

Added: (Wed Aug 02 2017)

Pressbox (Press Release) - 49th Street Bail Bonds announces the launch of their online guide to educate consumers on what to do if there is a warrant out for their arrest.
Owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds, Lori Ponder states, “Many people don’t even know they have a warrant out for their arrest. It can be for anything from a simple traffic infraction to assault, battery, drugs and other charges. We encourage people to call our office if they suspect they have a warrant out for their arrest. We can check the Florida Department of Law Enforcement website and look up to verify if in fact there is a warrant out. Once we verify that there is an active warrant we can walk the defendant through the “turn-in” process. It is much easier for the defendant and less time consuming as opposed to the defendant turning him or herself in to the police by the themselves.”
The walk-through arrest process is used when a person has an active warrant out for his or her arrest. To clear the warrant, a person must turn themselves into the police. The online guide found at http://49thstreetbailbonds.com/search-warrant-for-arrest/ discusses how the walk-through arrest process works and what steps are involved.
If an individual suspects there is a warrant out for their arrest the steps they should follow include:
• Contacting a bail bond agent at 49th Street Bail Bonds at 727-592-0000
• The bail bond agent will research to find out if there is an active warrant
• The person must fill out paperwork and then turn themselves into the police (accompanied by a bail bond agent)
• After completing the walk-through arrest process, the bail bondsman will bond the person out
Along with these steps, the online guide also explains what the walk-through arrest process involves. After a warrant has been verified, the bond can be paid. After the bond is paid, the warrant is lifted. A court date is assigned and the person is free to go.
Ponder states, “We have many people who call us to find out if there is an active warrant for their arrest. If there is an active warrant, we encourage them to turn themselves in and we educate them on the opportunity for us to do a walk-through arrest. We have helped many defendants turn themselves in by using the walk-through process. It is faster and we can bond them out immediately, there is no waiting and the entire process is expedited.”
This Clearwater, Florida bail bond agency can provide bond for defendants facing numerous charges including theft, assault, battery, DUI, domestic violence, and more. To start the bail bond process, please call 727-592-0000. 49th Street Bail Bonds has a bail bond agent available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year who are experienced and knowledgeable and are ready to provide assistance in navigating the criminal justice system. Their staff will assist with paperwork, explain the bail bond process, answer questions, and even lend an empathetic ear.
49th Street Bail Bonds serves all of Pinellas County including Clearwater, Largo, Seminole, Madeira Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Bay Pines. St. Petersburg, South Tampa, St. Pete Beach, and the greater Tampa Bay area. This bail bond agency is licensed to post bonds throughout Florida and across the United States with affiliated agencies.
Located at 12211 49th Street North, Suite #2, in Clearwater, Florida, 49th Street Bail Bonds is just south of the Pinellas County Jail. For professional and courteous service, 49th Street Bail Bonds is available by calling 727-592-0000. To learn more about this bail bond office, consumers are encouraged to visit online at http://49thstreetbailbonds.com/.



Submitted by:Lori Ponder
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