Orlando Bail Bonds Agency Launches Online Guide for Stay-At-Home Order

33rd Street Bail Bonds Explains Orange County, Florida's Stay-At-Home Order and What Can Happen If You Don't Comply

Online PR News – 05-April-2020 – Orlando, Florida – 33rd Street Bail Bonds announces the launch of their newest online guide to explain Orange County, Florida’s new stay-at-home order. This new order goes into effect in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. Russ Pacala, owner of 33rd Street Bail Bonds stated “The article on my website is very informative and explains which businesses can stay in operation and when people need to be staying at home. If caught not abiding by this new mandate defendants may face serious penalties. Covid-19 is so contagious that some county jails are reducing their population by releasing non-violent criminals to reduce the number of potential people that can be contaminated. Just recently a Florida pastor in Tampa was arrested for unlawful assembly and violation of public health emergency rules for hosting a Sunday church service after his county mandated a “safer-at-home” order designed to keep people at home and curb the spread of the Coronavirus. Officials are very serious about the stay-at-home orders; arrests can be made. In the case of the pastor worshipping in Hillsborough County, Florida, violating the “safer-at-home” order in that county is considered a second-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to 60 days in jail and fines of up to $500.00.”

To read more about Orange County Florida’s Stay-At-Home order visit 33rd Street Bail Bonds online at: https://bailorlando.com/stay-at-home/.

33rd Street Bail Bonds is located at 2480 33rd Street in Orlando, Florida 32839. They are minutes from the Orange County Jail, also known as the 33rd Street Jail. They are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to bond people from jail. Over the years the bail bondsman at 33rd Street Bail Bonds have bailed defendants from jail for domestic violence, drug trafficking and drug paraphernalia, assault, battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, traffic violations including reckless driving, driving with a suspended license, driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI).

As the oldest bail bonds agency in Orlando, Florida, the bail bondsman at 33rd Street Bail Bonds have helped families with students from Rollins College, The University of Central Florida (UCF), Seminole State College, Valencia College and Stetson University bail from jail. Typically, college students are charged with underage drinking, fake ID’s, drugs and traffic violations. Pacala stated “Usually in the case of the college crowd it’s the student’s first time getting arrested. We walk parents or whomever is posting bail for the college student through the bail process, how the Orlando jail works, how to fill out the paperwork and provide overall information about the criminal justice system. In the case of the first-time defendant, they are not familiar with what to do and how bail bonds work. We walk people through every step of the process. We are very family friendly and understand it’s stressful to get that phone call from your child from a county jail.”

33rd Street Bail Bonds offers information and tips on their website as well as addresses topical news stories on their Facebook page located at: https://www.facebook.com/VonWaldnerBailBonds/. For more information on bail bonds, how to bond out of jail or information on the criminal justice system, call 33rd Street Bail Bonds at 407-425-7200 or visit online at https://bailorlando.com/.