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Daniel Bail Bonds

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(904) 503-1479

7202 Atlantic Blvd., , Jacksonville, FL, 32211 map View Larger Map

Jones Bail Bonds Agency

Call 24/7:
(386) 252-8287

114 S. Adams St., , Daytona Beach, FL, 32114 map View Larger Map

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When a loved one is in jail in Daytona Beach and in need of bail, locate your Daytona Beach Bail Bondsman right here after a bail bond has been set by the court. Our Daytona Beach Bail professionals are available 24/7 to post your Bail Bonds anywhere in Volusia County. Daytona Beach Bail Bondsmen cover all Daytona Beach and Volusia County courts and jails. This site will soon offer listings by Daytona Beach Criminal Defense Attorneys as well. Most Daytona Beach/Volusia County criminal defense lawyers offer free consultation and many are members of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). For other bail bonds agents and defense lawyers throughout the United States, see BailBond.com.

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Bail News

Mom who drove children into ocean off Daytona Beach asks to see children Daytona Beach News-Journal
DAYTONA BEACH — Attorneys for Ebony ... Department of Children Families. Wilkerson made bail and was released on May 30 from the Volusia County Branch Jail. Her bail was posted by Jones Bail Bonds and typically a company would require 10 percent ...
Clearwater, Florida 24-Hour Bail Bonds Office Posts Online Safety Guide eTV Futures
Often times a family member in the Pinellas County area will call 49th Street Bail Bonds to discuss bonding out their loved one from a jail out of the area like, Daytona Beach. “We can bail people out of jail who have been arrested in other cities.
Bond reduced for mother who drove van into ocean in Daytona Beach wftv.com 9
A judge reduced the bail amount Thursday for a mother accused of trying to kill her three children by driving into the ocean in Daytona Beach. Attorneys for Ebony ... the stand and asked a judge to lower her bond. She’s had months of counseling and ...
Bail reduced for mother who drove kids into ocean off Florida Reuters
(Reuters) - Bail was reduced to $ ... Ebony Wilkerson, 33, remains in the Volusia County Jail in Daytona Beach, Florida, on charges of attempted murder and child abuse for each of the children. Wilkerson previously had bond set at $1.2 million, and has ...
Bail set at $1.2 million for pregnant mom who drove van into Daytona Beach surf with 3 kids inside Headline Surfer
After investigators finish processing her, Wilkerson was booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach and held without bond. She was presented in court at the branch jail where she was ordered held without bail by County Judge Shirley Green.
North Charleston mother accused of trying to kill her children out of jail on bail The Post and Courier
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Ebony Wilkerson, the Charleston-area woman who drove her minivan ... She was released from jail Friday night after a bond company posted her bail, according to the Daytona Beach News-Journal. She had been at the jail or under jail ...
Bond lowered for mother accused of driving kids into ocean off Daytona Beach click orlando
HE'S TRYING TO PUT TOGETHER THE FUNDS TO MAKE HER $90,000 BAIL. SHE'S A GREAT MOTHER ... A woman accused of driving her children into the ocean off Daytona Beach took the stand before her bond was reduced from $1.2 million to $90,000.
Mom who drove children into Daytona's surf bonds out of jail The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville
The mother who drove her van filled with children into the ocean in Daytona Beach is now out of jail. Ebony Wilkerson's bail was reduced to $90,000 over the weekend. In March Wilkerson, 32, this drove her minivan into the surf off Daytona Beach and ...
Husband accused in wife’s beating death held without bail News Herald
DAYTONA BEACH — The man accused of beating his wife to death in their South Daytona apartment earlier this week will be held without bail, a judge decided Tuesday ... Haag that he would be placed on a “no bond status.” The charge is a first-degree ...