a person is incarcerated there are several ways for that individual
to post a bond to secure their release. The different types
of bonds and a brief description are listed below.
Bond - Own Recognizance, This bond requires an
individual to sign stating they will return on their appointed
court date and is not secured by any other means.
Bond - a surety bond requires someone of the Judges
choosing to sign, most commonly a spouse or parent. But does
not require any money at the time of release, however the bond
does state a monetary amount and the signer assumes that burden
if the court date is missed.
Bond – Has a monetary amount assigned to
it but does not require money at the time of release, this bond
is much like a surety bond but can be signed by the person being
Secured – Has a monetary value and a percentage
of that must be paid before release. The total amount and the
percentage to be paid are both set by the Judge issuing the
Bond – This type of bond has a monetary value
and is allowed to be secured through the use of owned property.
This can only be done at the courthouse.
bonds shall be paid at the courthouse during the hours of 8-4
Monday thorough Friday. Cash and surety bonds may be paid at
the jail when the courthouse is not open and if under $10,000.
All payments of bonds must be in cash only
and you must have exact change.
All persons bonding out from jail will be
charged $5 Jail bond fee and $25 clerk filing fee.
Some offenses have a pre-set bond all others
have to be set by a Judge, when there is not a pre-set bond
that person will meet with Pre-Trial services within 12 hours
of being booked in. Pre-Trial will interview the individuals
and work with the local Judges to establish bonds. Jails do-not