Idaho Bonding Company is Idaho's premier bail bond provider, offering fast, reliable and friendly service to their clients. We understand the stress of dealing with legal matters, and our goal is to ensure a safe and secure release from jail as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Our skilled team of professionals provides top-notch service backed by proven expertise in bail bonds. We offer 24/7 availability for bond postings and affordable payment plans. Our commitment to providing exceptional customer service has earned us a reputation as one of Idaho's most trusted bonding companies. With years of experience in the industry and a deep respect for our community, Idaho Bonding Company stands ready to support you.
It is vital for anyone who has been recently arrested and charged with a crime to be educated about the different types of bail a judge might offer them. While Idaho Bonding Company exclusively offers Surety bonds, it's important to share valuable information on what other kind of bail you or a loved one might be released on. By knowing about the different types of bail available, newly incarcerated individuals can make informed decisions about which pathway best serves their needs.
Surety bonds are a contract between three parties: the surety (the entity providing the bond), the obligee (the state or court), and the person accused of the crime (the principal).
The agency (Idaho Bonding Company) agrees to pay any money owed in case of a default (I.e skipping trial), while the principal (the defendant) must agree to abide by all conditions set by the court throughout their case for them to remain free while awaiting trial. If default occurs, Idaho Bonding Company will pursue repayment from the principal through their manageable payment plans. Recently incarcerated individuals must be aware of this option, as it can provide them freedom from jail and help them stay out of trouble while their legal proceedings take place.
Additionally, these bonds often come with specific guidelines and restrictions designed for compliance, making it vital for principals to understand what is expected of them before signing any agreement.
The other forms of bond you may receive are:
In Idaho, posting bail allows a person to be released from jail by paying a set amount of money. This money is called the premium and is a smaller percentage of the bond ordered by the judge. Idaho law only requires a minimum of $50 for the 10% premium to be charged to post bail. On top of this, Idaho mandates a $35 bail fee and a jail fee ranging from $10 - $25, depending on the county. If the defendant does not appear in court when scheduled, the signer and defendant are responsible for the entire amount of the bond posted for their release.
At Idaho Bonding Company, we understand that individuals may feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. Our goal is to provide quality bail support, helping you get back on your feet.
We're proud to serve all of Idaho with a real person on the line 24/7 so you can get help when you need it most. As a local, Idaho-based business, we understand the unique needs of our community. We are dedicated to providing knowledge and resources for recently incarcerated Idahoans. Nobody likes jail time, but at Idaho Bonding Company, we offer hope and a fresh start. Contact us now for more information about how we can help you.