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Going to the Spanish Fork jail can be a very traumatic experience. If your loved one been arrested and is being held in Utah County Jail, contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds for professional and dependable bail bonds. We provide fair, honest, and confidential bail bond services with NO gimmicks, no interest, no penalties, and no extra hidden fees, ever.
We understand the experience you’re already going through, so our contract Utah County bondsman experts know the system, and can get your loved ones out of jail fast!

Contact our bail bond company right away and you’ll speak with a compassionate Utah County Bondsman. We’re available 24/7 for your convenience!


Posting Bail in Utah County is as Easy as 1-2-3

Here at Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah, we know how confusing and stressful it can be posting bail. Luckily, our bondsmen are here to help you out every step of the way. We can provide you with all of the necessary information in order to get your friend our loved one out of jail FAST!
Take a look at the three critical steps of the whole process:
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1) Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds

Calling our bail bond company is the first step to kick-starting the bailout process. Be sure to have the following information handy regarding your friend in jail:
  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Place of arrest

2) Meet Us at Utah County Jail

The next step is to meet us at the jail to pick up your loved one. In order to sign our agreement and submit payment, the person must be 18 years of age or older. The amount owed for bail depends on the overall bail amount. Our bonds run at 10% of bail set; so if bail were set at $10,000, it would cost a non-refundable $1,000 to bail the defendant out of jail.

3) Rejoin Your Loved One

Once the bail is posted, there is a waiting period that fluctuates dramatically. It can take anywhere from 2 to 8 hours for your friend or loved one to be released. It all depends on how busy the jail is at that point in time.

Frequently Asked Questions About Utah County Bail Bonds

Bail is an amount of money that a person who is under arrest provides to a court as a guarantee that he or she will appear for future scheduled court appearances. Payment of bail is typically in the form of cash, a bond, or property.
Typically, it takes around an hour to be booked at the Utah County Jail in Spanish Fork and then it takes another hour to be released from the jail after the bond has been posted.
The first half hour to an hour is spent in the booking room, while the arresting officer fills in the necessary legal paperwork. After those documents are filed, the prisoner is taken to another area for fingerprinting, taking mugshots, and providing basic information. The inmate is then given the opportunity to call family or friends from a pay phone.
The defendant is then taken to the pretrial services area for an interview, which normally takes about 20-30 minutes. After the interview is completed, a determination is made to require bail or release the individual on his or her own recognizance. If the pretrial services decision-maker(s) requires bail, the defendant is then taken to an area where he/she or a representative can contact a bail bondsman.
It usually takes around 30 minutes for the bail bondsman to prepare and fax the necessary documents to the jail staff. The defendant normally can expect to spend a brief amount of additional time at the jail awaiting the official posting of the bond, depending on how busy the staff at the jail are.
The bail bond cost is calculated based on the amount of bail set by the Utah County Court judge who reviews your case. If you do not know the amount of your bail, we will obtain this information from the jail. After we receive the information from the jail staff, then we can tell you how much the bond will cost and explain the requirements for releasing the defendant from the county jail. The cost of the bail bond is 10% of the total bail amount. This percentage is a non-refundable bail bondsman’s fee for the issuance of the bond.
The various forms of collateral for bail bonds that are maybe accepted by bail bond companies can include a wide range of valuable items, for example:
  • Cars (must be in good condition)
  • Jewelry (of sufficient value)
  • Stocks or Bonds
  • Bank Accounts
  • Credit Cards
  • Other items of significant value
We are a family-owned and operated Utah County bail bonds company serving Utah. We help people throughout the state. We are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, to help you if you need us. We are committed to confidentiality and to providing professional, fast, friendly help for every person who needs our assistance.
We believe people really are innocent until proven guilty, and we treat every person we provide with a bail bond that way. Of course, we hope you will never need a bail bond service, but if you or a loved one ever do need our help, we will be there for you.
In some cases, you may receive the bail paid to the court, but you cannot get back the premium paid to the bail bond agency. In Utah, a bail bond fee is a nonrefundable charge set between the legal minimum of 10% and a maximum of 20%. Even in cases of false accusations, under Utah law, the bail bond fee is paid to the bail bond company, in order to have the bond company pay bail on the defendant’s behalf.
Paying the bond agency a fee for this service is an option the defendant chooses in lieu of remaining in jail to await trial. This fee is understood to be earned in full at the point when the defendant has been released from custody of the Utah County correctional system.
A bail bondsman cannot offer discounts, under Utah law. A Utah bail bond company is required by law to set the premium fee for bail bonds between 10% to 20%. Discounting the fee is not permitted. Beware of any bail bond company that is risking losing their business license by illegally claiming they can offer you a discount on the bond fee.

Bad Boys Bail Bonds in Utah - 24/7 Bail Bonds for Utah County

We will do everything possible to ensure that your loved one comes out of police custody as soon as possible. We operate 24/7 and guarantee confidentiality. Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds in Utah County today so that we can help you get your loved one out of custody.

Utah County Jail

Address: 3075 N Main St, Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Phone number: (801) 851-4200

Utah County Courthouse

Address: 151 South University Avenue, Suite 3300, Provo, Utah 84601Phone number: (801) 851-7200

Utah County Bail Bonds

At Bad Boys Bail Bonds, we will work hard to ensure that you or your loved ones don't spend any more time in jail than absolutely necessary. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to serve all of our customers' bail needs. Contact us at 801-768-4348 or find the phone number for the bail bond agent that can help you at our Contact Page.

Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah

Local Phone:801-768-4348
Local Bond Agent: John Gallop
Local Bond Agent: Michael Baer

Utah County CourtHouse

City: Provo
Street: 125 North 100 West
Phone: 801-851-7200
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The Utah County Jail in Spanish Fork Utah

Utah County Jail in Spanish Fork offers several services in order to help rehabilitate and educate the inmates. They offer substance abuse and AA classes to help deal with addictions of all kind. They also offer educational courses that will help inmates achieve success upon their release. These educational courses include GED and High School Equivalency.
City: Spanish Fork
Street: 3075 North Main
Phone: 801-851-4200

Utah County Statistics

Population: 545,307
Area: 2,003 square miles
Population Density: 272.2/sq. mile

Utah County Crime Statistics

(Based on 2011 Crime statistics)
Total Crimes: 697
Types of Crime by Percentage
Property Crime: 312 (44.8%)
Burglary: 80 (11.5%)
Violent Crime: 36 (5.2%)
Assault: 31 (4.4%)
Vehicle Theft: 13 (1.9%)
Rape: 5 (.7%)
Arson: 1 (.1%)
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