Finding Bail Bond Agencies in Tacoma
When you get the call that your loved one is in jail or in a twisted turn of events, find yourself behind bars, the first thing that can come to mind is finding out if, how, and when you can post bail.
Below we offer a list of Bail Bonds with their information.
24 Hour Bail Bonds Tacoma WA
Aladdin Bail Bonds Tacoma 3.9 Rating on Google.
FREE arrest warrant searches. Phone: 253-236-9989.
CJ Johnson Bail Bonds Phone: 253-272-1208, Address: 620 S 11th St, Tacoma WA 98405. 4.4 Rating on Google
Free Consultation at 1-800-201-1208.
Bob’s Bail Bonds & Electronic Home Monitoring, Phone: 253-396-1300. Address: 1110 S Yakima Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405. 4.4 rating on Google.
All City Bail Bonds Phone: 253-274-9999, Yelp review 4/5
Tacoma Bail Bonds
Bad Boys Bail Bonds Tacoma WA. Address: 4830 Pacific Ave a, Tacoma, WA 98408. Phone: 253-671-2245. 4.9 Rating on Google.
When it comes to pierce county bail bonds, you have plenty of options, however, one thing to remember is that not every case has bail, in some cases bail will not be set and then your only option is just to offer emotional support to your loved one.
When it comes to judges setting bail, many factors can make a difference in the amount of bail being set, the charges, the repeated offenses, and more. So before you rush to the nearest bail bonds agency, here are some steps to take.
First, check out the pierce county jail roster.
You can find it here
Second, click on the booking ID of the person you’re searching for.
You’ll be able to see specifics such as name, date of booking, race, gender, arresting agency, and their counts/charges. You’ll also be able to find their court dates and their future release dates.
Third, you’ll want to look at the column where it states the sentence, date, and bail, and if bail is set, you’ll be given the amount of bail.
It important to note there are two bail types, cash bond, and bail bond. If you have the money and can pay the full amount then you won’t have to use a bail bond agent and it will be considered a cash bond.
However, many of us don’t have that kind of money around, so a bail bond is our only choice.
The pro is that if bail is $5000, you don’t actually have to come up with $5000, depending on the state or bail bonds, you will only have to come up with $500, 10% of the bail if you’re using a bail bond. But, there are more risks involved.
Visit here to read more on posting bail.