can be your ticket out of jail card or your loved one’s ticket out of jail card if they’re eligible for bail.
Pierce county bail bonds: Can I bail out my loved one from the pierce county jail?
Well, it depends on if they’re eligible for bail and if the bail is in a reasonable range of price, you can find out if your loved one is eligible by visiting the pierce county jail roster and looking up their last name or visit the linx roster.
From there, once you find their information, you’ll be able to see how much bail is set, if there is a bail, and how much you would have to pay.
Pierce county bail bonds: How much will I have to pay?
Well, when it comes to bonds, you won’t have to pay the full amount. Most people go to bail bond places in Tacoma because they can’t afford to pay the full $5,000 bail and so they have to take a risk and apply for bail money.
Pierce county bail bonds: How do bail bond agencies work?
When you’re applying for a bond, you’ll have to pay a percentage and often times you might have to put up collateral in case your loved one chooses to not show up to court.
The bail bondsmen will put up the bail and return your loved one gets out of jail, but again before you choose to go the route, know that you are putting your trust in your loved one to show up to court and follow the court plans.
Pierce county bail bonds: What if I can’t pay money for a bail bond?
Then your loved one will just have to wait for his/her court date.
Pierce county bail bonds: I have the money, I don’t need a bail bond.
Good, that is awesome, you won’t be tied to a bail bond company in fear of losing your house, yes, some people put up the house for bail, lawyer fees and more, and if you can pay bail of pocket, that might be the best route.
Where can I find a bail bond place?
You can visit our Pierce county jail bail bonds page.