Minot Bail Bonds

Updated: August 26, 2019


Looking for Minot Bail Bonds? Many Minot bail bond agents can bail you (or another person) out anytime anywhere in Minot. Our network makes it simple to locate and contact a licensed bail bonds agent in Minot, North Dakota. At your convenience, many bail bonds companies will come pick you up discreetly. Payment plans are usually available depending on each case.

Upon arrest anywhere in Ward county, a person must be processed at the Ward county jail. To be released from jail, a few steps must occur, including being booked into jail and posting bail. When the bail bond amount is confirmed, a bail bonds agent is sent to post the bond at the local jail. Now the release procedure starts and typically can take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours to complete. Even though cash bonds are acceptable, it is usually not a common practice due to financial limitations.

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Bail Bonds in Minot ND

First Call Bail Bond
Minot, ND
11.68 miles away
Phone: (701)858-1954

Aaa-Best Bail Bonds Inc
216 S Broadway St Ste 104, Minot, ND
11.78 miles away
Phone: (701)852-0800

Aaa Speedy Release Bail Bond
Minot, ND
11.90 miles away
Phone: (701)858-8085

Ace Bonding
9 Willow St, Burlington, ND
13.22 miles away
Phone: (701)839-0035

Soli-Bond Inc
1595 40 Ave NE, Garrison, ND
30.78 miles away
Phone: (701)337-5903

State Attorney
18 Railroad Ave, Stanley, ND
47.62 miles away
Phone: (701)628-2965

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A bounty hunter is hired by a bail bondsman to locate and arrest a person who does not show to court as agreed in their bail bond agreement. Bounty hunters are sometimes referred to as bail recovery agents.

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2 Bail Questions & Answers on “Minot Bail Bonds

  1. I am in need of help/information regarding revoking bail and my rights as an individual who bailed out a so-called friend. The individual agreed and promised anything, then a few days later she took off and is running a muck. Back to druggie friends and meth. I have contacted the court clerk in Minot, Ward County a few times and they tell me I have to get her back. She ins’t going anywhere with me at this point until her court date. She turned into a mess and there is no help or information of what I can and can’t do. She is not staying in contact like agreed, is not staying at the address she wrote on the agreement upon release, and I am just beside myself what to do! I’ve also spoken with local city cop, states attorney office and her public defender along with her probation officer which is why she went in – I went to her probation officer seeking help for her, so her probation officer put in the warrant. I made a huge mistake but I wanted her to get into a treatment program and that went down the drain. She finally messaged me yesterday after a week of being on the run, I told her I want to revoke and her to go back. I’m going to try for Monday or one day next week but I’m pretty sure by her comment of: “go ahead and revoke it, I don’t even care anymore!” and living on the streets in a small town, she isn’t planning going anywhere until her court date which just got pushed out another month. Any information would be greatly appreciated, thank you!

    1. It’s unfortunate to see this happen, but it’s the sad reality. People often don’t realize the great risk they take in bailing someone out of jail. The good thing in your case is that she still says she plans to go to her court dates. You should be able to collect most of your bail money once her court dates are wrapped up in Minot, Ward County. If you want your money back now, which seems to be the case, you will need to jump through some hoops as you’ve already noticed. Most people hire a bounty hunter to do the job for them. It will cost you so that’s a decision you have to make. Also, make sure you know the bounty hunter laws wherever she is currently located.

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