If you or a loved one has recently been incarcerated and require a bail bond, Idaho Bonding Company is the best provider of bail funding near you. As fellow members of your community, we understand how critical it is to have a bond agent who will act fast and treat you fairly.
If this is your first time requesting bail assistance, or you're looking for a new company to work with? Idaho Bonding Company wants to ensure you have the best answers to make the right choice.
No matter where you go for a bail bond, knowing what to expect from the process and how you can prepare yourself for it is crucial. Idaho Bonding Company is always available to offer helpful information to our clients. We will never attempt to pressure a client to make a decision that isn’t in their best interest.
Unlike a large bail corporation with offices across the country, Idaho Bonding Company is Idaho owned and operated, and cares deeply about its community. We want to educate anyone curious about the facts about bail bonds.
Before you choose a company to post your bail or the bail of a loved one, it's vital to understand what questions your bond agent should be able to answer for you. Whether you choose to work with Idaho Bonding Company or another bail provider in Idaho, we are committed to educating our community on the ins and outs of getting a bail bond.
Posting bail through a bonding company is not strictly required in Idaho. Idaho Bonding Company strives to assist our community in its best interests. Other bond companies might not mention that it would make more sense or even be cheaper for you to pay the jail directly.
For example, in Ada county a $30 bond amount set by the court costs $110 with every bail bond company. It is more cost-effective to pay the jail the $30 bond amount plus the $25 jail fee because once the case is closed, the original $30 will be refunded to you.
Idaho Bonding Company is not in the business of tricking people for profit. We are Idaho’s trusted source for a locally owned bail bond service.
As a co-signer on bail, you have a few options if the jailed person fails to appear in court.
Your first option requires the person on the bond to meet us where they were previously jailed. After they have gone through the intake process again, a second bail bond is paid and posted by Idaho Bonding Company and they are released with a new court date.
The second scenario requires Idaho Bonding Company to physically locate the defendant who is unwilling to follow through with their agreed court appearance.
We at Idaho Bonding Company have a background in Bounty Hunting and are experts at finding people evading the law. If we can’t return the person into custody, we work with our attorney and the court system to find the next best course of action.
The last and worst case scenario happens if 180 days have passed and the bond has not been exonerated and the defendant has not appeared, the court will require payment of the bond amount. The co-signer will be held liable for the full amount of the bond at this time.
The cost of bailing someone out of jail is first based on how much the bond is. Ten percent of that amount with a minimum of $50 is known as the premium. There is also a $35 bail fee per bond as set by Idaho state regulations.
Each jail will also charge what is known as a jail fee. Depending on the county, this can range from $10 to $25. Some jails only charge this when their local courthouse is closed. The jail fee in Ada and Canyon County is $25. Canyon County doesn’t charge a jail fee when the courthouse is open. Give us a call to receive an accurate quote within minutes.
To be considered a qualified signer or cosigner for a bail bond there are a few factors Idaho Bonding Company will consider.
First, we look at the charges, bond amount, work history, housing history, and community ties of both the defendant and potential co-signer. Idaho Bonding Company has excellent success in approving most co-signers who apply for a bail bond on behalf of the defendant. Within the first call, we can explore your options and viability as a co-signer and typically give you an answer within minutes. It is very easy to be approved as a signer with us.
If you do not have access to the cash needed for a bail bond, collateral can be another valuable way to show proof of repayment. Idaho Bonding Company does not typically require collateral if you have been approved as a co-signer. On the possibility we do require collateral, we accept real property or cash and will hold it until the end of the case.
Idaho Bonding Company is locally owned and family-operated, with our headquarters operating out of Boise. Every Idaho Bonding Company team member comes from a bail bond or bounty-hunting background. That means we take our role within the community very seriously, with a driving mission of helping Idahoans when they are at their lowest.
Our clients and community have noticed a considerable difference between working with a locally owned company and a national bonding corporation not based in Idaho. We proudly offer the utmost dedication to our clients and provide a level of service that has them using us again if ever required again.
Every bond agent at Idaho Bonding Company is licensed through the state and undergoes a strict background investigation. Both local government and Idaho Bonding Company executive leadership require these standards. You are in the best hands!
Yes, we can post your bond anywhere in the state of Idaho. We have bonding agents always ready, allowing us to quickly meet you wherever you are in Idaho.
This is a common question, and we are proud to be one of the quickest bonding companies in Idaho. Defendants are released from jail once the bail is posted. The time it takes between then and when they walk out of jail will depend on how busy the facility is. Sometimes, it can be as quick as 15 minutes or closer to two hours. While Idaho Bonding Company has no control over how fast this process is, we will work with you to get bail posted as quickly as possible.
After the defendant is released, they should expect about 5 minutes of paperwork before leaving the jail.
Idaho Bonding Company strives to provide the best service possible to all Idahoans. We know how disruptive and stressful it can be when you or a loved one is placed in jail. We also know how important it is to have a trusted, judgment-free resource in your corner.
Idaho Bonding Company is available to take your call 24/7, including holidays. We can provide the answers you need, approve you or a loved one for bail in minutes and meet you at any jail within Idaho, no matter how rural. As fellow Idahoans, we are passionate about being the bonding company you deserve.
Contact us now by calling 208-890-2339 or at the link below.