All Star Bail Bond – Office Building
If there are ever any concerns or questions about your Orange County Florida Court Case, we make ourselves available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including all major U.S. holidays. The last thing a client should worry about is their freedom. Article 3 of Orange County Florida Bail Bonds Ethics explains that clients should be well informed about their case at all times so a client is not afraid of being incarcerated without notice.
Our Orlando Bail Bond Office is committed to customer service. We take time out of each and every day to ensure our family owned and operated business is up to date on all of the most recent Bail Bond Articles, policies, laws ,and Orange County Florida regulations.
However, when a client is in breach of their bond, our Orange County Florida Bail Bond office has to take action. This action includes making contact with our client. We will make multiple attempts to contact the client via all methods of provided communication. As a client, if you want to keep yourself well informed about your case, please call us anytime to discuss. Our clients are our most valuable assets.
Additionally, our sister office, Magic Bail Bonds is an Seminole County FL Bail Bond Agency that keeps us current with and Seminole County FL laws and policies. This partnership benefits both agencies to ensure we are completely informed with all governmental orders in both counties.
At All Star Bail Bond, we pride ourselves with being the best Orlando Bail Bond agents in the industry. All Star Bail Bonds is also the closest Orlando Bail Bond facility to the Orange County Florida Jail. We get you out, and get you home in a professional and courteous manner. Our Orlando Bail Bond Agency is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Please contact us directly, anytime at 407-423-7827.
Article 3. The Bail Agent should not, prior to forfeiture or breach, arrest or surrender any principal and thereby terminate his release from Governmental custody unless the Agent can materially show good cause for such action. Such good cause should reasonably take the form of judicial action, information concealed, or misrepresented or the renunciation of an indemnitor or the principal any of which may be considered material to the risk assumed by the Bail Agent.