Santa Rosa County Inmate Details for WAITMAN, RICKY BERNARD
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|WAITMAN, RICKY BERNARD (B / MALE )|
|Booking Date:||01/23/2015 09:37:55||Released:||1/23/2015 10:24:07 AM|
|Age On Booking Date:||19|
|STATUTE||COURT CASE NUMBER||CHARGE||DEGREE||LEVEL||BOND|
|[+]||775.13||CRIM REG (SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE)||CRIMINAL REGISTRATION (NOT AN ARREST)||N||N||
Q: How do I bail or bond someone out of jail?RELEASE ON RECOGNIZANCE BONDS (ROR): This is your promise to appear in court, with no money or collateral needed, to secure your attendance. ROR is seldom available to defendants charged with crimes of violence, or the more serious felony charges, and is approved by the judge. It is almost never used with transients, or people with a history of failure to appear for court.
PRE-TRIAL RELEASE (PTR):This type of release is set up by the County Judge or the Probation Office. Terms and conditions will apply.
SIGNATURE BONDS:These are similar to an ROR bond; however, in this case another person cosigns with the defendant and they become responsible for seeing that the court appearance is met.
PROPERTY BONDS:These bonds involve persons with real estate property in Santa Rosa County and wish to use it as security and meet conditions as follows: (a) Property cannot be under homestead exemption. (b) Property has no liens, mortgages, or judgments against it. (c) Use of the property for bonding purposes is approved by all members who are listed as owners of said property. (d) Property value is the bonding amount or greater. (e) Property in other counties in Florida may be used for bond, if the Sheriff of that county will verify sufficiency and ownership of the property to be used. (f) The defendant or his/her designee must retain a law firm to handle the property’s title search.
CASH BONDS:Cash bonds are used when a deposit of cash money or an approved certified check is used to guarantee court appearance(s). Cash deposited as a bond is returned to the depositor when the case is finished minus any fines, or a cost owed in the case the bond was made or any other outstanding cases where fines and costs are outstanding. The defendant may be the depositor and all fines and restitution will be deducted prior to any refunds. Professional Bonds are posted by licensed bondsmen by the State of Florida. These bondsmen are registered with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Sheriff in Santa Rosa County. A bondsman’s fee is 10% of your bond amount with a minimum of $100. This fee is not refundable. A bondsman often requires collateral or a cosigner. It is usually easier to have a family member or friend meet with the bondsman rather than the defendant. Request for bond reduction(s) are filed by your attorney to the assigned trial judge.
Santa Rosa County Sheriff
Milton, FL 32583