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Linda’s Bail Bonds
2090 South Nova Road
Suite AA08
South Daytona,  FL  32119

386-322-2299  (Available 24 Hours/7 Days Per Week)





Thank you for visiting our website.  Linda’s Bail Bonds is dedicated to treating everyone that comes through our door with dignity and compassion.  We understand that bad things can happen to anyone in the blink of an eye and it is important to have a sympathetic ear.

I have been a state of Florida, licensed Bondsman in the Daytona Beach area for over 26 years.  I believe 
that along with my experience and understanding of the bond process and our "one on one"  approach to each bonding situation, some of the burden associated with this often trying time for family, friends and the defendant can be lifted.

Please feel free to contact our office with any questions regarding bonding someone in the state of Florida.  
We will do our best to answer your questions to the best of our ability.

We offer free warrant checks and accept Visa and MasterCard as well as local checks (upon approval).

Best Regards,

Linda Driza

Owner/Bondsman











LINDA'S BAIL BONDS is a full service Surety Bond Agency
Family Owned and Operated
Located in South Daytona, Florida
( Between Reed Canal  and  Big Tree Road )

OPEN 24 hours/7 days a week

Office: 386-322-2299 ~ Fax: 386-322-2011

Payment Plans (in most cases)
NO Collateral Required (in most cases)
Jail Information
FREE Warrant Checks
FREE Court Date/Time Checks

Nebbia Bonds (Federal)
Large Amount Bonds
Transfer Bonds

We Accept the Following Forms of Payment:

Cash
Money Orders
Local Checks (upon approval)
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