Kansas Bail Bonds

Looking for Kansas Bail Bonds? Bail Bonds Network will help you find a local bail bondsman in Kansas, and we will also answer many important questions on exactly how bail bonds work in Kansas and how much bail bonds cost.



How do bail bonds work in Kansas?

Numerous Kansas bail bonds companies can bail you (or another person) out anytime during the day or night in Kansas. Bail Bonds Network makes it simple to find and get in touch with a licensed bail bond agent in Kansas. At your convenience, many bail bond agents will come pick you up discreetly. Installment payment plans are usually available depending on case by case basis.

To better understand how bail bonds work in Kansas, let’s start with the arrest. Upon arrest anywhere in the state of Kansas, a person must be processed at the local county jail. To be released from jail, a few steps must occur, including being “booked in” and posting bail. You may need to meet with the Bail Magistrate. The Bail Magistrates reviews your case and determines if you will be released on Personal Recognizance or if bail will be set for your release.


In Kansas, you will go through an interview to determine your criminal history and risk upon leaving jail – risk to cause harm to others and risk of running away and not showing up to your court dates. Upon review, your bail amount will be assessed and depending on your risk level, extra precautions might be taken to track you (GPS device), drug/alcohol tests, or other stipulations. When the bail amount is confirmed, a bail bonds agent can be sent to post the bond at the local jail. At this time the jail release process begins and typically can take anywhere from 1-2 hours to be completed. Even though cash bonds are permitted, it is usually not commonly done due to financial limitations.

Kansas Bail Bonds agents can help you with all your bail needs:

  • Kansas Surety Bail Bonds
  • Kansas Property Bail Bonds
  • Kansas Immigration Bail Bonds



How much is bail in Kansas?

Pertaining to the question of “How much does a bail bond cost?”, Kansas bail bond costs are set by the government and are non-negotiable. The bail bond fee is set at 10% of the bail bond amount. This means you will pay a $1,000 fee on a $10,000 bail bond. These fees cannot be negotiated up and down as they are set by the Kansas government.

Before committing to using a bail bondsman, make sure you have had the chance to meet with the bail magistrate who may be able to release you on Personal Recognizance, which means a free release, although certain restrictions may be put in place to ensure your safety to others and your presence in court.

Bail Bondsman in Kansas Directory

Make your selection below to find a bail bondsman near you.





Our Team of Subject Matter Experts


We dedicate ourselves to providing information that is accurate and expertly written in order to assist individuals through a difficult time. Our staff at Bail Bonds Network is highly educated, having obtained prestigious degrees in law, business, accounting, and finance. Our editorial staff includes professional lawyers, bail bondsmen, and lending experts who understand local jurisdictions and intricacies of legal matters dealing with bail bonds.

Adi Dzebic
MBA, Research/Business/Marketing
Owner of Bail Bonds Network, specializing in quality content research, analyzing bail bondsmen that are featured on our website, and general content contributions that are verified by our expert panel.
Matt C. Pinsker
Criminal Defense Attorney
Matt C. Pinsker is an award-winning criminal defense attorney. He previously served as a state and federal prosecutor and magistrate, making his content contributions extremely relevant on legal and bail related topics.
Fred Shanks
Licensed Bail Bondsman
Fred Shanks is a licensed bail bondsman and the owner of Apex Bail Bonds. Fred is our bail expert who reviews and contributes to our content to ensure we have accurate and complete bail information.
Zlatan Dzebic
Finance / Lending Specialist
Zlatan's experience in credit and lending is vital since many important factors, such as credit history, over-leveraging, and predatory loan options can have a long term impacts when looking for financial assistance.

Ask a Bail Question

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *