What is the Tampa bail bond process?

Once a defendant has been detained, the person will be taken to either the police station located in the city they are in or to the county jail. That will begin the intake process, where it may take several hours. However, it is an extraneous process, the breakdown includes:

  • Searched
  • Photographed
  • Fingerprinted
  • Property Intake
  • Nurse Interview
  • Bond Amount
  • One free phone call
  • Moved into a housing unit

After this process, the intake facility will allow a licensed bondsman to post the bond. It’s important to note that after an inmate’s bond has been posted, it can take 8-12 hours for the defendant to be released. That’s where Roche Bail Bonds has your back.

Roche Bail Bonds

Available 24/7 including all holidays

  • Self-arrest bonds and warrant checks
  • Electronic monitoring
  • All major credit cards accepted
  • Free bail advice

For the past 50 years, Roche Bail Bonds has served the United States as a nationally certified bail agency. Open 24/7/365, Roche offers immediate nationwide assistance in a professional and caring manner.

Highly trained and dedicated professionals courteously deal with customers, answer questions and stay involved throughout the entire process. Roche Bail Bonds offers over 4 decades of experience.

Use Roche as your Tampa Bail Bond agent.