Lee County FL
Alpha Omega
239 277-5747

Basic Information About Bail Bonds

Serving Lee, Collier & Charlotte Counties 24 Hour Service. Nationwide Service Is Possible

239 277-5747 or 239 337-BOND (2663)

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4066 Evans Ave. #8 Ft. Myers, Fl 33901

Located between Colonial Blvd. & Winkler Ave. Across the street from Eye Centers of Florida  Close to Fort Myers Auto Nation Toyota.

How Do Bail Bonds Work?

It is a loan. You pay the bonds person a fee of 10% with a minimum fee of $100. Many bonds can be posted at night with a credit card for payment. Many bonds do not require collateral. However, if you are from out of state the bonds person may request the entire amount up front in order to post the bond . Any Collateral is fully refundable once the person's case is closed by the court. Your funds are safe as we work with an insurance company licensed to conduct business in the State of Florida. If you scroll down to bail bond forms you can read and or print the forms we use that are approved by our insurance company through the State of Florida Department of Financial Services to protect you as a consumer. See my 1 minute video about bail bonds further down the page. 

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Alpha Omega Bail Bonds in Southwest Florida

239 277-5747 or 239 337-BOND (2663)  

Charlotte County 941 457-0654

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Alpha Omega Bail Bonds

4066 Evans Ave. #8 Fort Myers, Fl 33901

(239) 277-5747

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Bonding is possible for the rest of the United States


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Florida Justice System

     There are 67 counties that make up the State of Florida. Each operates under the Florida Statutes for the most part. I write bail bonds most of the time in Southwest Florida Counties of Lee, Collier & Charlotte. However, what I have learned during the past 25 years of writing bail in Florida is that each county operates the way they see fit, sometimes not following Florida Statutes. The main aim of the system is to extract revenue out of law breakers as a form of punishment. Most counties don't want you in jail as it costs the tax-payer $175 to $190 a day to house, feed and clothe you. They would prefer that you contribute to the county coffers as long as your transgressions are non-violent. However, if you commit serious violent felonies like murder, robbery, car-jacking, assault, felony domestic battery, then the county has an obligation to protect the citizens of the community. There are beds waiting for you. Most of my clients receive a fine, probation and court costs. If you are prepared to open your wallet, then they are prepared to let you go. What they don't tell you is, if you have no money , they have to let you work off your fines and court costs with community service. They won't like it as their jobs depend on the continue flow of cash coming into the county. When you go to court always arrive early. Dress in business casual and be prepared to be in court for 2 to 4 hours during your first time in front of the judge after you walked out of jail on a bond or other release option. If going to court in your own car don't park in the free 2 hour street parking as you most likely will get a ticket. Park in the long term parking as it is cheaper. 

Real Testimonials

Let me just say, if you want help & a "Get Out Of Jail " card fast, these are your folks! Very informative & helpful, our family member got in trouble & we knew nothing about the bail process as it was his first arrest. Mr. Oppermann went above & beyond! Bilingual & treats all their customers with dignity. Highly recommended. 
                        Stephanie Hopkins

Quick, professional & chocked full of useful information. Don't waste your time with the other bail bondsman.
                 Chase Beadley 

Fast service, no nonsense guy. One of the few who answers his phone in the middle of the night . Wealth of information to help you deal with your arrest. 

    Bob R. 

Lots of bail bonds guys in Fort Myers, but no one answers their phones after midnight or they are working other jobs. Only one I could get help from to bail out my wife.

    Joe W.

Important Phone Numbers

Lee County Jail Ft. Myers 239 477-1500
Lee County Jail Core facility Ortiz Ave. 239 477-1700
Non Emergency Sheriff  Lee County 239 477-1000
State Attorney  Lee County 239 533-1000
Cape Coral Police 239 574-3223

Florida Highway Patrol in Fort Myers 239 344-1730
Public Defender  Lee County 239 485-2525 

Non Emergency Lee County Sheriff 239 477-1000

Collier County Jail Naples 239 252-9543

Charlotte County Jail 941 833-6356

Alpha Omega Bail Charlotte County 941 457 0654

How Can I Be Prepared For My Court Date?

If you have never been to court before then I urge you to become an informed consumer. You can get this information about 4 ways. Talk to a lawyer, talk to a bail bondsman, talk with a friend who has gone through this experience and finally go on line and look up Florida law. The more you know the less stress this situation will cause you. Generally speaking most counties don't want to send you to jail. They want you to pay into the system. It is about keeping the revenue flowing into the county.  Also a good lawyer can help defend you and most likely, but not all the time, they will get a better deal than if you used the Public Defender because of their experience and insider knowledge of how the county legal system works.