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If you or a loved one is being detained and awaiting trial in Weber County, Utah, a bail bond will allow release from jail to resume daily life, go to work and prepare a defense for the upcoming trial. To avoid spending weeks or months behind bars, contact an experienced Ogden Utah bail bonds company as soon as bail is set at the arraignment, to get you or your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible.
The professional bail bond agents at Bad Boys Bail Bonds are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you or your detained loved one. We are licensed by the State of Utah to provide fast and affordable bonds with financial arrangements, if needed, with no hidden fees. We understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family; our confidential, caring agents will treat you with understanding and respect, call 801-895-4014 for fair, friendly service.
Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah
Local Phone: 801-475-4488
Local Bond Agent: Richard Rose
Ogden Utah Court House
Street: 2525 Grant Avenue
Ogden Jail 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.
Street: 721 W 12th Street
Ogden City Statistics
Area: 26.6 square miles
Population Density: 3,114/sq. mile
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 866-306-8227 or find the phone number for the bail bond agent that can help you at our Contact Page.
How is Bail in Ogden, Utah Determined?
After an arrest, the amount of bail will be set by a judge at the defendant's arraignment (bail hearing) and will be based on the severity of the alleged crime and the assessment of risk he or she poses to themselves and others. Depending on factors like the severity of the crime and the defendant's past record, bail can run from a few hundred dollars up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Once bail has been set, to get out of jail your next step is to post bail. Bail amounts can be expensive and paying the full amount may not be possible, this is where a reputable bail bond company can help. At a fraction of the cost of the full bail amount you would be obligated to pay for release, the bail bonds company will issue a bond to the court for the bail amount. The bail bondsman is then be held liable if the defendant fails to appear in court.
What is a Bail Bond?
In Utah, a bail bond consists of a contract between the defendant, their consignee, and the bail bondsman. If a defendant cannot afford the bail amount set forth in the arraignment, a bail bond company can function as a guarantor between the court and the defendant. The bond provides assurance to the court that, upon release, the defendant will be in attendance for their assigned court dates. Here are the many different types of bail bonds and how they work:
- Citation Release - In cases like traffic violations, a citation release occurs when a person is released immediately after being arrested by the presiding officer. A ticket is issued with instructions for the pending court appearance.
- Release on Your Own Recognizance - When a defendant is released from custody without payment, with a signed pledge to appear in court for a scheduled court date. The defendant will incur a fee if the pledge is not honored or broken in any way.
- Surety Bond - A surety bond is posted on the defendant's behalf by a third party, usually working with a bail bond company, who puts up collateral for the defendant's release.
- Property Bond - Property bonds are used as collateral for bail. The property's value must be at least twice that of the dollar amount of the bail.
- Cash Bond - A cash bond is set by the courts if a defendant is considered a flight risk. The defendant or defendant's family pay the full bail amount to the court. The money is returned when the defendant shows up for the court, minus any court fees and other applicable charges.
- Federal Bail Bond - For crimes out of state jurisdiction, a federal bail bond is an agreement with a third party with access to or who is in possession of proven assets to be used as collateral that will be forfeited if the defendant skips bail.
- Immigration Bond - An immigration bond is used for illegal aliens needing bail. The process is complicated and is, therefore, the most expensive type of bail bond.
Bail is not offered for defendants who have committed capital crimes. Aside from the above-listed forms of bail, Utah residents also have the option to pay, in cash, the full bail amount to the court.
How to Obtain a Bail Bond in Ogden, Utah
When you find yourself in need of a bail bond to get yourself or your loved one out of jail as soon as possible, you need to find a local bail bond company you can trust. With over 25 years of experience, Bad Boys Bail Bonds of Utah is family owned and operated with bail bond agents located throughout the state of Utah for fast and convenient service. We are dedicated to making this stressful and difficult situation as easy and seamless as possible for you and your family.
Here are some common questions and answers for obtaining a bail bond in Utah:
What is the first step to getting a bail bond?
To get yourself or your loved one released from jail on a bail bond as quickly as possible, your first step will be to contact a bail bondsman immediately. The faster you get the bail bond, the faster you get the money to get out of jail. Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds at 801-895-4014 anytime for confidential, fast and fair service with no hidden fees in Ogden, throughout Weber County and across the state of Utah.
We will need the following information:
- Defendant's Full Name
- The Name of the Facility Where the Defendant is Being Jailed
If you are unsure about the defendant's location, your Bad Boys Bail Bonds Agent will be able to locate your loved one and let you know the amount of his or her bail. You can also click here to view the inmate roster for the Weber County Sheriff's Office to locate your loved one.
Can bail bonds be financed?
In most cases, the answer is yes. Our Bondsman wants to make sure that you are able to easily obtain and afford a bail bond.
How long will it take to obtain a bail bond?
There are many factors to take into consideration like if the defendant or third person has access to the necessary collateral or credit card needed to purchase the bond.
After bail is posted, when will the defendant be released?
As soon as the bail is paid and received, the defendant is released and free to resume their normal life until their scheduled court date.
Bail Bonds Anytime, Any Day, Anywhere in Ogden, Utah
Let Bad Boys Bail Bonds bail you or your loved out of jail today, we will take care of your bail bond quickly and professionally and treat you with respect. Our fees are set with no additional or hidden fees. We ensure that no one will be as expedient in returning you or loved one home. We offer contract bail bondsman services 24/7 for your convenience. Call Weber County bail bondsman Richard Rose today at 801-895-4014 to see how we can help.