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While Grand County, UT is a great place to live, arrests still take place on a regular basis. Some of the most common reasons for arrest include property crimes, theft, and burglary. If someone you know and care about has been arrested and is sitting in a Grand County, UT jail cell, then you need the services of a bail bondsmen who can get them out of there quickly. At Bad Boys Bail Bonds, we provide fair, confidential, and rapid bond agreements in Grant County without any judgments or reservations. We will not hit you with any gimmicks or hidden fees. We also do not charge interest or penalties.

We know that your loved one is in a stressful situation and we will make your experience as painless as possible.

Our bail bond company knows the system, will answer your questions quickly and is here for you 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Allow the bail bond agents at our company to help you and your family as quickly as possible.

Getting Bail in Grand County, UT

We are here to clear up all the confusion when it comes to posting bail in Grand County, UT. The process is as easy as one, two, three! The steps include:

1-2-3 Get Your Loved One Out of Jail!

  1. Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds to start the bail process. When you call, it is helpful if you have the name, date of birth, and place of the arrest of the person you are trying to bail out. This will make the process easier.
  2. Next, meet us at the jail to pick up your loved one. You need to be 18 years of age or older to sign the paperwork and complete the payment process. In order to get your loved one out, you need to post 10 percent of the bond. If bail is set at $1,000, you need to pay $100 (non-refundable in the state of Utah) to get your loved one out of jail.
  3. After bail has been posted, it will take a few hours to get your loved one out, depending on how busy it is. Usually, your loved one is released within two to eight hours.

While it can be stressful to have a loved one in jail, we are here to make this process easier. Once your loved one is released, you can continue with the defense process.


Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah

Local Phone: 866-306-8227
Local Bond Agent: Pamela Fuller

Grand County Court House

City: Moab
Street: 125 East Center

Phone: (435) 259-1349

Grand County Utah Bail Bonds Frequently Asked Questions

Bail is cash, a bond, or property that an arrested person gives to a court to guarantee that they will appear for future court proceedings.

Before starting the process of bailing out a loved one, the individual must be officially booked. In Grand County, it usually takes 45 minutes to an hour to be booked and about the same to be released after the bail is posted. You will generally spend 30-60 minutes in the “booking room” while the arresting officer completes legal paperwork. Once the paperwork is filed, the inmate proceeds to an area called the “first pit.” Arrestees will spend about an hour in the first pit being fingerprinted, taking mug shots, and providing information. Here, there is an opportunity to call friends or family from a payphone.

After leaving the first pit, inmates proceed to ”pre-trial services,” where they will spend 20-30 minutes. At pre-trial services, inmates undergo an interview, after which it's determined whether bail is required or the person can be released on their own recognizance. If bail is required, the inmate is taken to the “second pit.”

Once the inmate is in the second pit, they or a representative can contact a Grand County bondsman. It takes about 30 minutes for the bondsman to prepare the necessary paperwork, which is faxed to the jail. The inmate typically spends an additional 2-4 hours in the second pit before the bond is officially posted.

On average, inmates are released about 2-3 hours after the bond is posted, though this can vary depending on how busy the jail staff are. Officially, the jails say to expect a 2-8 hour wait.

No, the State of Utah requires a bail company to charge a non-refundable fee.
No, the state of Utah requires a premium of 10-20 percent. Companies risk losing their license if they offer a discount so be wary of companies that lead you to believe that they will.

Grand County Jail 

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Grand County Jail has adopted a program called InmateAid. This program allows donors to send things to inmates that will allow them to occupy their time or possibly learn some skills that will help them when they get out. People can send books, magazines, newspapers, and letters to inmates.

City: Moab
Street: 125 East Center
Phone: (435) 259-8115

Grand County Statistics

Population: 9,660
Area: 3,762 square miles
Population Density: 2.6/sq. mile


Grand County Crime Statistics

(Based on 2011 Crime statistics)

Total Crimes: 204

Types of Crime by Percentage

Property Crime: 97 (47.5%)
Theft: 46 (22.5%)
Burglary: 44 (21.6%)
Vehicle Theft: 7 (3.4%)
Violent Crime: 5 (2.5%)
Assault: 3 (1.5%)
Rape: 2 (1%)


Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds Today for 24/7 Bail Service!

If you have a loved one in jail, you want to get them out and restore their freedom as quickly as possible. That is where we come in. We are one of the leading bail bonds companies in the state of Utah and our bail bondsmen work faster than anyone. At Bad Boys Bail Bonds, we know that many people are new to this situation and we hope they never have to go through it again! Allow us to take the lead on getting your loved one out of jail. Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds in Grand County, UT 24/7 with any questions about posting bond.

Let a Grand County bondsman help you and your loved one with this situation!

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