Instant Bail Needed Due to Coronavirus in Jails

Instant Bail offers the fastest release times. Only Rick’s Bail Bonds Fort Pierce has the Instant Bail System for St. Lucie County Jail. We offer the fastest release times in Fort Pierce and for the St. Lucie County Jail. Call 24 hours a day to quickly release your loved one.

Coronavirus, Stuck in Jail, We Bail

Bail is your right as an American and even more important now with the coronavirus in the jails. The bail system allows your loved one to be released from jail quickly. We know the St. Lucie County Bail and Jail systems and that is how we can offer the fastest release times. Give us a call!

Our Office in Fort Pierce

We have a conveniently located main office in Fort Pierce. Please make note of this when driving to our offices.

Rick’s Bail Bonds Fort Pierce
530 S US Hwy 1, Unit B
Fort Pierce, FL 34950

We are open 24/7 serving Fort Pierce and Port St Lucie County Jail!!!

24 / 7 Day or Night in Fort Pierce

It’s likely you’ve never needed a Fort Pierce bail bond company before. We’ll help you cut through the jargon, educating you on everything from bail laws, jails, courts and schedules. Call us 24 / 7 day or night in Fort Pierce.

St Lucie County Jail Release

You can be released on bail at the St Lucie County jail after you’ve been charged. This means you will be able to go home. If you are given bail, you might have to agree to conditions like: living at a particular address. Call us for immediate Ft Pierce Bail Bonds service.

Saint Lucie County Jail Options

The State of Florida allows cash bail which means you can have your loved one released from the St Lucie County Jail using Rick’s Bail Bonds Fort Pierce. Call for immediate response!!

Super Bowl Weekend

DUI arrests rise during the Super Bowl weekend. We know this and are therefore on standby for your call. We will start the bail bond process to release your loved one instantly. Please call us in Fort Pierce FL for 24 hour Bail Bonds service.

What is an Indemnitor (sometimes called a Cosigner)?

An Indemnitor is a person who agrees to be financially responsible for the full amount of the bail bond in the event the defendant fails to make a court appearance and cannot be returned to court. If you bail someone out, the indemnitor is you. Call us for more details.

What information is used to determine if collateral is required?

Here are just some examples of the type of information we use to determine if collateral will be required:

  1. Accused person’s past arrest history
  2. Whether or not accused person is local to St Lucie County and Fort Pierce
  3. If you are employed
  4. How are you related to the accused
  5. How long have you and accused have known each other

Getting Re-Arrested While Out On Bond?

If your loved one is re-arrested while out on bail, it’s possible we can bond him/her out again. You will now have to post two new bonds and pay the premium on both bonds again. If this is your situation, call us for immediate help and we will guide you through the process!