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- Bail bond fees are called the bond premium. In Aventura, Fl.
bond premium costs are set at up to 10% of the bail amount for all state cases.
- In most cases a signature is all that is needed for collateral.
- Once the case is completed or there has been a finding of guilt
or innocence your collateral is returned typically within 21 days.
Aventura, Florida. Aventura is
located in Miami-Dade County's eastern end of the San Fernando
Valley region, near the Verdugo Mountains. The city is bordered to the
southwest by the Atwater Village neighborhood; to the west by the City of
Burbank; to the northwest by the Tujunga neighborhood
of Miami-Dade; to the northeast by the city of La Cańada Flintridge and
La Crescenta; to the east by Pasadena and to the southeast by the Eagle
Rock, Glassell Park neighborhoods. The Golden State, Ventura, Aventura,
and Foothill freeways run through the city. The cities law enforcement
authority is the Aventura Police Department.
Aventura Bail Bonds Service
of Aventura, Fl. Bail Bondsmen on call to help you anytime and any
jail. Serving all Miami-Dade County Jails and Sheriff's detention
What is a bail bond? A bail bond is a surety bond it is a contract
between three parties:
The principal - The defendant (the accused in jail that was released
on bond) and who is responsible to and will appear each and every time
the court/s orders.
The obligee - the Court where the defendant has agreed he or
she will appear in front of until the conclusion of the criminal
The surety - An insurance company / bail bondsman that posted a
that the principal will make all of his or her court appearance and follow all
conditions of bond set by the court.
• About Cash Bail.
If paying by mail make sure to write the case number and the
defendant’s full name on the check or money order. Never mail cash.
Note: If you posted a cash bail, your bail money may be applied to
a fine at the time of sentencing if the depositor is the defendant or a
third-party who signed the bail receipt giving the Court permission to do
so at the time of deposit.
Aventura Criminal Courthouse
Aventura Court House
North Dade Justice Center
Court house Hours of Operation.
The Aventura criminal courthouse is open from 8:15 am to 5:00 pm, Monday
through Friday, except court holidays.
Aventura Bail Bondsman.
Aventura, Florida Bail Bondsman.
On average within one or two hours after being booked in at the
Aventura Police Department jail the defendant will have his or her bail
amount set. Need to find a
person held at the jail and/or bail bond release information call us at
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How Aventura Courthouse Handles Felony Crimes.
If convicted of a felony crime defendants are punishable by state
prison term or death. Examples of felony crimes are murder, possession of
drugs or sale, robbery and rape, domestic violence, aggravated battery,
The processing of a felony criminal case usually is as follows.
• An accused is arrested by the Aventura Police and taken to the jail.
Then one of three things may happen:
o The defendant is released and no charges are filed.
o The defendant posts a bail bond or is released on their own recognizance
("R.O.R.") and an arraignment date is scheduled.
o The defendant stays in the jail custody of the Aventura law enforcement
agency and is transported to Court for his/her court arraignment
• An Arraignment
A felony arraignment on a criminal complaint is the defendant's first
Court appearance. The following typically occurs.
1. The defendant is told of the charges against him or her.
2. The defendant is informed of his or her rights under the
3. If the defendant cannot afford a lawyer, the court will appoint an
4. The defendant then is required to enter a plea of guilty, not guilty or
A Not Guilty Plea: The defendant states that he or she did not commit
the crime accused of.
A Guilty Plea: The defendant admits to the crime/s that he or she is
accused of and is essentially convicted of the crime/s.
A No Contest Plea: known as "Nolo Contendere." The defendant elects not
to contest the charge/s. The plea has the same effect as a guilty plea,
with the exception that the plea and subsequent conviction cannot be used
against the defendant in a civil suit or as evidence of liability.
5. The Court may set bail or lower bail and the defendant is remanded back
to jail custody, or the defendant is released on his or her "Own
Recognizance" or "R.O.R." or he or she posts a bail bond.
• The Preliminary Hearing
Preliminary hearings are held at the Aventura Superior Court to determine
if the state has sufficient evidence that the defendant committed the
crimes and should held over “held to answer” to stand trial.
If the defendant is ordered "held to answer," the prosecutor / district
attorney will file documents with the court called “The Information”. The
defendant will then be arraigned on the Information at which time the case
will proceed to trial at which time the defendant can change his or her
• Jury Trial
Florida Penal Code section 1382 specifies the time periods allowed
within which a defendant who is charged with a felony must be brought to
This Information must be filed with the Aventura / Miami-Dade County
Court within 15 days of the preliminary hearing where the defendant was
ordered "held to answer".
A trial must start within 60 days of the arraignment on the Information,
unless the defendant enters a general waiver of the statutory time
requirement or agrees to a date beyond the 60-day period.
Before a trial can begin, the attorneys must select a jury. During the
trial, witness testimony may be heard and evidence presented. At the
conclusion of the trial, the jury will decide if the defendant is guilty
or not guilty as charged. If the jury finds the defendant is not guilty,
he or she is released from custody and cannot be tried again for the same
crimes. On the other hand, if the defendant is found guilty, the defendant
will be remanded to custody and the case will be reset for a future
sentencing date, or the defendant may be sentenced immediately. Any
appeals of conviction need to be sent to The Appellate Department of the
Aventura, Miami-Dade County Superior Court.
• Court Trial.
In lieu of a trial by jury, a defendant may seek to proceed with a
court trial, in which the judge hears all the evidence, arguments and
testimony then decides the defendant’s guilt or innocence.
If the Court orders the defendant to pay any fines or court costs it may
be paid by cash, money order, credit card, ATM card or check at the