Central Violations Bureau (CVB) Tickets: For information on how to pay your ticket, where to mail your payment and all other general ticket information, please go to www.cvb.uscourts.gov.
Pursuant to Federal Statutes all persons arrested must appear before the Duty Magistrate Judge the next available business day (excluding weekends and holidays). Usually he/she will appear before a Magistrate Judge the next business day.
For information on a where a defendant that is in federal custody is located, please go to www.bop.gov for inmate location information. Please have their name, date of birth and/or prisoner number ready. Once you find the location, there will be a link to that federal detention facility with information on visiting hours, visiting regulations and contact information for the prison.
The Clerk’s Office accepts cash bonds between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.
Method of Payments accepted:
• Cashier’s Check
• Money Orders
• Trust Account Checks
NOTE: NO personal checks and NO credit cards accepted
I posted a cash bond and now would like to get my money back. What do I need to do to get that money reimbursed to me?
To get a cash bond refunded to you, please fill out the form
Motion for Disbursement of Bond.
If I posted a bond here in Florida for a Defendant in another District/State, how do I get my money back?
All funds posted in the SDFL would have been transferred to the District in which the case was adjudicated. You must contact the Clerk’s Office in the District in which the case was decided.