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A American Bail Bonds, the Leading Brevard County Bondsman

Serving all Florida Counties and the USA

A American Bail Bonds has been in business for 28 years. Why have we lasted in the Brevard County bail bonds business so long? Because we care. To most of the other companies, you are just a number. To us, you are a friend in need. And we will do all we can to help you.

We understand the anxiety and uncertainty you face when a friend or loved one is in need of a bail bond. As experts in the field, we will be by your side as we navigate the process with you. And get you to the ultimate goal, their release from custody.

What is a Bail Bond?

Bail bonds are a critical part of the legal system. They help people get out of jail while they wait for their court date. When someone is arrested, they have the option to pay bail. Bail is a set amount of money, which is dependent on the allegation and the person’s past history. This money is like a promise that they will return for their court appearance. But not everyone can afford to pay bail on their own. This is where bail bonds come in handy. So call the leading company of bail bonds in Brevard County, A American Bail Bonds.

How Do Bail Bonds Work? And Which Bondsman in Brevard County Should I Contact?

When you need help to pay bail, you call a bail bondsman. They are a person or a company that lends you the money to get out of jail. Here’s how it works.

1. You contact us, the #1 Brevard County Bail Bondsman: Call us and we will go over your unique situation. We will also explain the process and your options.

2. Provide Information: You will provide us with the details about the person in jail; their full name, the jail they’re in, and how much the bail is set at.

3. Payment and Agreement: In Florida, the cost of a bail bond is set by the Department of Financial Services. The current bond rate in Florida is $100 for any bail less than $1,000 and 10% of any bail greater than $1,000.  Therefore, if a person has a set bail of $5,000, then they will pay $500 for a bail bond. This means a person can be arrested in any town, city, or county in Florida and the bail bond will cost the same. You also have to sign an agreement to make sure you follow the rules and show up for your court date.

4. Release from Jail: Once everything is set, the bondsman pays the bail, and the person in jail can go home.

The bail bondsman takes on a huge responsibility. We make sure that the person released from jail will come back for their court date. If the person doesn’t show up, we, the bail bondsman have to pay the full bail amount to the court.

We Also Offer
Nationwide Bail Bonding
Notary Services
Warrant & Court Date Checks
24 hour Service
We accept All Major Credit Cards

Why Choose Us as your Bondsman in Brevard County, and the state of Florida?

Picking the right bail bondsman is important. Here’s what to look for:

  • Licensed and Experienced: Make sure they have a proper license and lots of experience. We have been around a long time, and know all the ins and outs of the court systems in Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Volusia, and Indian River Counties.
  • Good Reputation: Look for reviews or ask for recommendations to find someone trustworthy.
  • Clear Communication: We thoroughly explain the bail bonds process. We encourage questions, to put your mind at ease.

Ask these questions when you talk to a Florida bail bondsman:

  • Are you licensed?


  • How long have you been a bail bondsman?


  • What are your fees and payment options?


  • How quickly can you get my loved one out of jail?


We Are YOUR trusted, reliable, experienced, and reputable licensed Bail Bond Agent.

Serving the State of Florida

Testimonials of What our Clients Think about Our Services...

Excellent Service fast and my girlfriend was out quickly.. for my bail bonds in cocoa fl. I recommend this company.. AAmerican BailBonds for Brevard County Bail Bonds.


Excellent Service, Very professional, and Reasonable. I recommend this business 100%.

Zachary Burke

This company is the best!!! They work rapidly.. Very Professional.. It took no more than 10 mins to complete the paperwork process to have someone released from jail.

Nichole K

Mr Williams was very friendly and caring. They posted the bail quickly and kept me informed through the night until my friend was released. Excellent service

Roger Callahn

Our Bond Services

We go the extra mile .

“Big or small, we bond’ em all!”

Our experienced bondsmen are dedicated to guiding you through the bail process and procuring your release with speed and efficiency. We offer quick service for bail bonds Cocoa FL. We’re committed to assisting you in returning to your life as soon as possible, with round-the-clock availability, budget-friendly rates, and a dedication to providing exceptional customer service.

Domestic Violence: We will never condone domestic violence. But anyone who is eligible for bail has that right. And we believe in your rights and will help you with the process.

Drug Possession: Drug possession laws are confusing and vary by location. Florida is known to be harsher when it comes to drug charges than other states.

Violent Crime: Violent crimes are serious matters. Spend your time preparing the defense from home, rather than in jail.

Disorderly Conduct: Disorderly conduct covers a broad range of things that includes behavior that is a disruption of public order, peace or decency.

DUI: Florida DUI laws and punishment is moderate compared to the rest of the country. Let us help get you out ASAP.

Theft Charges: Theft related charges arise from the taking of property. Again, miscommunication can cause someone to be charged with an unknowing crime.

Drug Possession: Drug possession laws are confusing and vary by location. Florida is known to be harsher when it comes to drug charges than other states.

Probation Violations: Not showing up for court, missing a mandatory test or meeting, etc. are reasons for probation violations. Sometimes there is a mixup or confusion that causes the violation.

Felony Charges: Felony charges are typically charges where the punishment is imprisonment for more than one year.

Sex Crimes: Sex crimes run the gamut from inappropriate contact all the way to sexual assault.

White Collar Crimes: White collar crimes are non-violent offenses for financial gain.

Weapons Crimes: Sometimes these charges lead to higher bail amounts. Call us to secure your bail bond.

Gun Possession: Gun possession laws vary  by location and can be confusing, especially if you are from out of state. This confusion to you being arrested and charged.

Juvenile Crimes: The juvenile justice system is much different than it’s adult counterpart. We can assist you with the difference between a bail bond and a general release to you, their guardinan, in civil cases.

1815 N Cocoa Blvd, Cocoa, FL 32922 (321) 639-5151

Areas Where We Offer Our Florida Bail Bonds Service

A question we often get is, “You say you are the leading Brevard County Bondsman. Well, where else do you service?” I’m glad you asked. We service all of the following areas:

Brevard County, especially:

Orange County especially:


Osceola County

Indian River County

Volusia County

The rest of Florida and any state in the USA where private bail bonds companies are permitted.

There are two ways to get arrested on a probation violation. According to Fla. Stat. § 948.06(4), the court can issue a bond for a pending probation violation. The first is the most common, probation applies for a warrant (or the court does so at it’s own motion) and the probationer is later arrested on said warrant under Florida Statutes § 948.06(1)(a). Second, a law enforcement officer or probation officer who is aware of a probation status and a violation may arrest that individual under Florida Statutes § 948.06(1)(b) This statute gives the judge leeway to decide whether or not to grant bond if you are accused of violating your probation.

One of the important functions of the bail system is the depositing of bail with the local jail. This deposit is held in reserve until the defendant fulfills all of their obligations to appear in court on the charges they are facing. Once those obligations have been met, the money is then returned to the person who deposited it, assuming of course that the defendant did not violate the terms of their bail.

This is an important aspect of the legal process because it gives defendants an opportunity to secure their release from jail prior to their trial, while also ensuring that they will have an incentive to appear in court when required. It is worth noting as well that the deposit is returned to the person who made it, even if the defendant is ultimately convicted of the charges they are facing. Read More

If the defendant misses court, the bondman then has the power to apprehend and return him or her to jail. After the jail takes a bail bond from a bail agent, the person in jail will be booked out and released. This process can take anywhere form 30 minutes to 8 hours or more, depending on the county in Florida.

A American Bail Bonds Agency, located in Cocoa, FL is ready to help 24/7

Helpful Links

Brevard County Sheriff

860 Camp Road

Cocoa, FL 32927

Orange Co. Corrections

3723 Vision Blvd

Orlando, FL 32839

osceola county bail bonds

Osceola Co. Corrections

402 Simpson Road

Kissimmee, FL 34744

Indian river county bail bonds

Indian River Co. Sheriff

4055 41st Ave

Vero Beach, FL 

Volusia County Corrections

1354 Indian Lake Road

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

seminole county bail bonds

Seminole County Sheriff

211 Seminole Way

Sanford, FL 32773

Consumer Tip

In the United States, everyone is considered innocent until proven guilty in the court of law. That is the purpose by which bail is offered before any trial or court hearings.

Your rights throughout the bail process are as follows:

  • You have the right to know all charges
  • You have the right to be assumed innocent
  • You are given the right to no excessive bail


At A American Bail Bonds, we inform our customers of their rights and fight to protect them.
Our agency was built upon honesty and integrity, therefore all of our clients have the right to:

  • Quick and considerate service
  • The explanation and understanding of every obligation before signing contracts
  • Receiving all documents regarding the bail bond
  • Expect fair and respectful service from A American Bail Bonds staff