Pasco County Bail Bonds
Call us at (727) 531-5000
If your loved one has just been arrested in Land O’ Lakes or New Port Richey, take a deep breath and give us a call. Our agents are highly experienced and very respectful. We can assist you with any Pasco County bail bonds you need.
You can call us anytime, day or night. Our courteous and professional bondsmen are available at (727) 531-5000. We will answer all bail bonds questions as well as stand by your side through the entire process.
Where is my loved one being held?
Pasco County extends from North Dade City in the north down to Holiday, Land O Lakes, and Zephyrhills in the south, New Port Richey in the west to Dade City to the east. The following is the information and location of the Pasco County Jail:
Pasco County Jail
20101 Central Blvd
Land of Lakes, FL 34637
Do I need to drive to Pasco County?
Many bail bonds can be completed online or through our bail-by-phone system. When speaking to us, ask our agents if your bail bond will require travel. Most bail bonds do not require you to leave your home.
How quickly can I get my friend / brother/ sister / cousin / wife/ boyfriend out of jail?
We are aware that the process can be frightening, when a friend or family member gets taken to the Pasco County Jail. Our bail bonds agents work quickly to ensure that the bail bond is posted at the Land O Lakes Jail and you will be reunited as quickly as we can make it.
We can put up the full amount of bail and approve a bail bond in minutes. We will explain any and all charges pending, search for any outstanding Pasco County warrants, and answer any questions you have.
Our bail bond agents will hold your hand through the necessary bond paperwork, and information. We will provide quality service from beginning to end. The bail bonds process is something that we are thoroughly familiar with. Our bail bonds team is available 24/7. The bail bonds process in Pasco County does differ from surrounding counties, so please call James Brennan Bail Bonds with any questions you may have.
How much money do I need to post this bond?
Again, we know that you want to get your loved one back quickly. It is important that we collect the ten percent as required by law. The ten percent premium is the number given to us, not one that we chose. Payment plans may be available, depending on several factors. If this is something that may help you, please ask our staff. If your case meets the requirements, they will let you know immediately.
Call us today for all your Pasco County bail bonds needs at (727) 531-5000.