How Do I Bail Someone Out of Jail

These are the steps you need to take to bail someone out of jail.

1.  Call The Bail Co. Inc to speak to a licensed Bail Bond Agent.

Clark County: (360) 695-5050

Kitsap County: (360) 866-3600

Lewis County: (360) 623-2514

Mason County: (360) 866-3600

Nisqually Jail: (360) 866-3600

Olympia City Jail: (360) 866-3600

Pierce County: (253) 798-5055

Thurston County: (360) 866-3600

Yakima County: (509) 457-2838

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2.  Your Agent will need the NAME, BIRTH DATE, FACILITY and  other important information about the person in custody.

3.  The Agent will call the facility and confirm the charges, bail amount and court appearance date, then immediately call you back.

4.  Meet your Bail Bond at The Bail Co. Inc office,  the Jail facility or your home to pay the Bail Fee and complete the application forms. NOTE: This can also be accomplished by phone; credit card and fax.

5.  Your Bail Bond Agent will Post the Bail in person at the facility for your loved one’s release.

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The Bail Co. will walk you through the entire bail bond process in a professional, friendly and private way.  We understand how the courts, jails and the state work. We have over two decades of experience.  We are ready to help your loved one get released from jail now.

 

Jails, Cities & Counties Where We Write Bail Bonds:

Cities: Vancouver, Yakima, Sunnyside, Goldendale, Grandview, Yapito, Toppenish, Olympia, Nisqually, Chehalis, Shelton, Grays Harbor, Port orchard

Counties: Lewis County, Clark County, Thurston County, Skamania County, Mason County, Yakima County, Nisqually, Pierce County

Jail We Write Bail for: Yakima County, Yakima City, Sunnyside, Goldendale, Wapito, Toppenish, Yakima Tribal, Yakima Juvenile, Clark County, Clark Juvenile. Kitsap County, Kitsap Juvenile, Lickitat County, Skamania County, Thurston County, Thurston Juvenile, Olympia City, Nisqually, Mason County, Mason Juvenile, Lewis County, Lewis Juvenile, Fife, Puyallup

 

Need More Information?

Learn How To Bail Someone Out of Jail or visit our Washington Bail FAQ page.