Procedures & Fees

  1. Bond Procedures
  2. Commissary
  3. Contacting an Inmate
  4. Inmate Property / Money Release
  5. Items Provided by the Facility
  6. Subsistence Fees / Medical Co-Pays
  7. United States Postal Service (USPS)


Members of the Martin County Sheriff's Office will not recommend a Bail Bond Agency. You may reference the Yellow Pages for a Bail Bondsman. 

Persons incarcerated within the Martin County Jail may be released if there is a bond for the charge(s) they were arrested for. You may pay the bond in cash (exact amount), or contact a bail bondsman who is licensed by the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Florida to post a surety bond. 

The bail bondsman guarantees the amount of the bond or the individual's appearance in court. You are responsible for the conditions, fees, and agreements with the bail bondsman you select. Once a (cash or surety) bond is received by the Booking Unit, release procedures will commence.