Pennsylvania Bail Bonds

Are you looking for Pennsylvania Bail Bonds? Our bail bond directory helps you find and get in touch with a nearby licensed bail bond agent in Pennsylvania. We also answer many important questions on how bail bonds work in Pennsylvania and how much bail bonds cost.

How do bail bonds work in Pennsylvania?

Numerous Pennsylvania bail bond agents can bail you (or another person) out anytime anywhere in Pennsylvania. Our network makes it easy to find and get in touch with a licensed bail bond company in Pennsylvania. At your request, many bail bond companies will come pick you up privately. If you use a bail bondsman, installment payment plans are often available depending on the situation.

Knowing your bail options helps you better understand how bail bonds work in Pennsylvania. You should first explore Release On Recognizance (ROR), which means you will be released from jail for no fee. The court system views you as a low risk individual that committed a small offense and therefore trusts you to obey Pennsylvania law upon release while also being confident that you will be present for all court dates. The other free bail options in Pennsylvania are ‘Release on Non-monetary Conditions’ and ‘Release on Unsecured Bail Bond’. Non-monetary conditions means that you will be released from a Pennsylvania jail with no money to pay but the court may put other conditions in place as part of your release agreement, such as drug testing, monitoring device, or phone/in-person check-ins. Release on Unsecured Bail Bond means that you will not have to pay anything to be released, however you will be held liable for the full bail bond amount if you do not meet all requirements of your release, like not attending court dates as expected.

Other means of release involve paying a fee for a bail bondsman or paying the bail bond in full through cash or property. Upon arrest anywhere in the state of Pennsylvania, a person is usually processed at the local county jail. To be released from jail, several steps must occur, including being booked and posting bail. When the bail bond amount is confirmed, a bail bond agent comes to post the bond at the local jail. Now the release process begins and typically can take anywhere from one to two hours to complete.

Pennsylvania Bail Bonds agents can aid you with all your surety needs:

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How much is bail in Pennsylvania?

Before making any financial decision, especially one dealing with complex bail bonds, we should ask ourselves the question “How much does a bail bond cost in Pennsylvania?” so we can understand what costs are associated with bail. In Pennsylvania, bail bonds through a bondsman will cost you 10% for the first $100 and up to 5% for each additional $100. There are a few other bail bond fees that are not included in this amount like the judgement fees that range between $30 and $50 depending on the county in Pennsylvania.

Make sure to check with your bail bondsman on any other contractual rules outside of bail bond fees – like tracking devices, check-ins, travel rules outside of the state of Pennsylvania, and any drug or alcohol checks. While these bail bond stipulations are not actual direct money costs, they do take up your time from school and work and increase your risk of not meeting your release obligations.

Bail Bondsman in Pennsylvania Directory

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4 Bail Questions & Answers on “Pennsylvania Bail Bonds

    1. Hi Melissa, are you asking to get information from the device on someone’s location, or are you asking if the bondsman can use a device to help ensure they know the whereabouts of the person to make you feel more comfortable bailing them out? It’s likely not possible to keep a proactive eye on a person from the device logs unless there is a specific need for the info. Most bondsmen will have some option or requirement for a tracking device. Please check with your Pennsylvania bondsman to be sure. Each agent can have a different process.

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