Out of State Bail
What can you do when you get a call from some in jail in a different state? Below you will find valuable information on how bail works and what you can do to get someone out of jail, even from out-of-state.
How do they get out?
When someone is in jail, they need to post bail in order to be released. They can pay the bail amount themselves, but this only works if they have the full amount of money on-hand. Another option is to have a family member or friend post the bail for them. However, if the person is jailed out of state, this becomes challenging.
There are essentially two options: have someone travel to the jail and pay their full bail amount, or seek professional help.
How can a bail company help me?
First, bail bond companies have access to all the information you need about whoever is person in jail. They know where people are being held, what their bail amount is, as well as how to work with the court to get them out as quickly as possible. They can send licensed bail bonds professionals to help your friend or loved one, and get them out of jail as soon as the process allows for it. That sure beats traveling across the country or from a nearby state just to post bail.
How can All City Bail Bonds help?
We've helped thousands of people from out-of-state post bail. We have offices next to every single major jail in the State of Washington. If you have a friend or loved one jailed in Washington, we can get them out. We have offices in Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, Kent, Kennewick, Spokane, Mount Vernon, and Bellingham, and our agents work all across the state. We work closely with all major jails and courts on a daily basis. If you're in need of assistance, give us a call: 1-800-622-9991 - we're open 24/7, 365 days a year. We never close, and we're here to help you.