Washington Bail Bonds

If you ever find yourself in need of Washington Bail Bonds, there is nothing to worry about! Our bail bond directory helps you find and get in touch with a nearby licensed bail bond agent in Washington. We also answer many important questions on how bail bonds work in Washington and how much bail bonds cost.

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How do bail bonds work in Washington?

Many Washington bail bond agents can bail you (or another person) out anytime of the day or night in Washington. Our network helps you find and contact a licensed bail bond agent in Washington. At your convenience, many bail bond companies will come pick you up privately. Installment payment plans are often available depending on the situation.

Upon arrest anywhere in the state of Washington, a person must be processed at the local county jail. In order to be released from jail, a few steps must occur, including being booked into jail and posting bail. When the bail amount is confirmed, a bail bonds agent comes to post the bail bond at the local jail. At this time the jail release process begins and typically takes anywhere from 1-2 hours to be completed. Even though cash bonds are acceptable, it is usually not a common practice due to it’s high expense.

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How much is bail in Washington?

When it comes to the question of “How much does a bail bond cost?“, Washington does not have a maximum set for the bail cost that you can be charged. There is a minimum payment of $50, however. Court and administrative fees can be added on top of the main bail bond costs so please check with your bondsman or court to understand the full bail bond fee structure. Large bonds (usually over $1,000) typically come at a 10% charge.

Be sure to take everything into account when choosing your bail bondsman in Washington. It’s possible that one bondman may charge you 10% for the bail bond but will put in place a lot of rules upon release. They may add contractual rules outside of bail bond fees, for example, requirements on tracking devices, check-ins, travel rules outside of the state of Washington and drug or alcohol tests. While you may save 5% on your bail bond fee vs another bondsman, is the 5% bond discount worth it to you considering the extra stipulations? They are not direct money costs, but they do take up your time from school and work and increase your risk of not meeting your release obligations.

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