Flagler County

(386) 437-4357

Ace Bail Bonds - Bunnell, FL


Immediately after a person has been arrested, they will be taken to a police station or the Flagler County Jail for booking. There they will be fingerprinted, paperwork will be processed and then they will be scheduled to appear before a judge. The judge is responsible for determining the amount of bail, if any, and the conditions for release. For serious offenses or when they are dealing with people with a past criminal history, the judge is likely to set a higher bail amount.

Bail is a cash deposit held by the court, and it helps the court feel confident that the accused will appear for their scheduled court dates.  Depending on the past criminal history and the severity of the accused crime, bail can be set anywhere from a few hundred dollars to over one million!

If the accused is able to post the full amount of bail to the court, they are free to bail themselves out of jail until the court date. However, many people don’t have the means to afford posting the full amount of their posted bail, which can be thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. This is where Ace Bail Bonds will come to the rescue. Bail bond agencies give the court the full bail amount on your behalf in the form of a surety bond in exchange for a 10% fee – this makes it possible to get someone out of jail without having to post the full bail amount.

A surety bond is an alternative to a cash bond and it is posted by a bail bondsman, it means that Ace Bail Bonds has guaranteed the court that you will attend all of your hearings. If the defendant does not appear in court as ordered or is not returned to jail by Ace Bail Bonds, then Ace bail bonds will pay the full amount of the bond to the court. The non-refundable fee for most surety bonds is 10 percent of the bond. In other words, for a $1,000 bond, $100 is due to Ace Bail Bonds. In many cases, collateral is required, especially for higher bonds. A co-signer is also often required. The co-signer would be responsible for the full value of the bond to the Ace Bail Bonds if the defendant doesn’t appear. This is why for many people, using Ace Bail Bonds is the fastest and most reliable way to get someone out of jail. Ace Bail Bonds will handle all of the paperwork, deal with the court, and know how to get someone out of jail in a matter of hours.

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Call Ace Bail Bonds today! We can help get you or your loved one out of jail FAST! Call us today for a quick release! We are always available to serve you 24 hours a day - 7 days a week! We handle all the paperwork, talk with the courts and facilitate a fast release! Since 1991, Ace Bail Bonds have worked tirelessly for the people of Flagler and Volusia counties to make the bail bond process as quick and painless as possible. Call us to day with your questions or to facilitate a bail bond for yourself or a loved one.

Bail Bonds Facts

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When an individual is arrested or detained, many family members and loved ones often find themselves rushing to secure bail. As this is usually an unforeseen expense, some individuals may seek assistance from bail bond agents. However, navigating the bail process can be intricate, particularly given the abundance of misinformation circulating. To provide you with a clearer understanding of what to expect, let's debunk a few common misconceptions. Below are 4 common myths about bail bonds!

Bail vs bail bonds

When someone gets arrested, a judge decides how much money (bail) must be paid for them to get out of jail until their court date. If the person can afford it, they pay the full amount and get it back later. But if they can't, they might need a bail bond. A bail bond is like a fee paid to a company that lends the money for bail, and it's not refundable.


Contrary to a common misconception, bail bond agents cannot negotiate the bail amount. The judge considers various factors such as the individual's history, employment status, and the nature of the crime to set bail. The bail bonds company has no influence on this decision and cannot negotiate the bail cost.


While the bail bond industry may have been less regulated in the past, it is much more reliable today. Bail bond agents must be licensed, passing a state examination and meeting ongoing education and financial requirements. Additionally, many county and state governments have boards ensuring that all laws are followed by businesses in their jurisdiction.


Bail bond payments always need to be in cash. FALSE! In truth, many bail bonds businesses take payments by credit cards and debit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Florida wire transfers, and direct deposits from a local bank. We try to make jail release as easy as possible for you or your loved ones.

About Us

Since 1991, Ace Bail Bonds has been issuing fast release bail bonds for those who are in need of a bail bond from a local bondsman. We issue bail bonds in Bunnell, Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, and Port Orange, Florida. If you need a bail bond in Flagler or Volusia counties, call us today for confidential assistance.

Address Locations

11 W Moody Blvd

Bunnell, FL 32110

3798 W International Speedway Blvd

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

Phone :

Flagler County - (386) 437-4357

Volusia County - (386) 258-2223

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