Misdemeanor Bail Bonds in Tampa, Bartow & Tavares, FL

If you’ve been arrested for a misdemeanor and need assistance posting bail, call 123 Presto Bail Bonding. We provide misdemeanor bail bonds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Call 813-248-9300 for misdemeanor bail bonds in Bartow, Tampa, and Tavares, FL.

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Because the state of Florida has two primary categories of crime, felony and misdemeanor, there are many factors that come into play when navigating them. In this article we will be focusing on misdemeanors, and how 123 Presto Bail Bonding is here as your primary service provider in offering you swift and secure bail services no matter the time of day.

Misdemeanor Defined

While less serious than a felony, a misdemeanor in the state of Florida is still punishable with up to a year in county jail. The charges can be either a second degree misdemeanor or a first degree misdemeanor. Weighing out your specific options due to the particulars in your case, the judge very well could impose other penalties on you with anything from counseling, addiction treatment, community service, or restitution. However, if you are repeatedly charged with misdemeanors, you might end up with a felony charge. Let’s say you are charged with a DUI that incurs a misdemeanor charge. If you are found to be operating a boat or a vehicle (DUI/BUI) a second or third time under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances, or a chemical substance, you will be charged with a felony. Now, we need to take a closer look at what Second and First Degree Misdemeanors look like.

Second Degree Misdemeanor

If you are charged with a second degree misdemeanor, you will be facing up to 60 days in jail and $500 in fines. The following are just a few examples of second degree misdemeanor crimes in Florida:

  • Petty Theft
  • Simple Trespass
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Simple Assault
  • Loitering or Prowling
  • No Valid Driver’s License

First Degree Misdemeanor

Being charged with a first degree misdemeanor means you are punishable by up to one year in jail and $1,000 fine. Below is a starting point for what first degree misdemeanors look like:

Our licensed professional bail bondsmen at 123 Presto Bail Bonding are here to help and empower you to have the best possible outcome for your specific misdemeanor charge in the state of Florida. We work quickly, efficiently, and reliably to provide you with the service you deserve.

Why Choose Us?

With more than 25 years of experience in bail bond services, our professional bail agents will work hard to provide you with fast, quality service. With three offices serving eastern, central, and southeastern Florida, make 123 Presto Bail Bonding your trusted bail bondsmen. Don’t spend more time in jail than you have to; call us anytime, day or night!

For misdemeanor bail bonds in Bartow, Tampa, or Tavares, FL, call 813-248-9300 today!