24/7 San Juan County, Utah Bail Bonds from Licensed Bondsmen

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In 2018, there were 280 arrests in San Juan County, Utah. If you or one of your loved ones has been arrested and is in a San Juan County jail cell, you need the services of a bail bond company that can get you released fast. Bad Boys Bail Bonds offers confidential, fair and fastball bond agreements in San Juan County Utah. With Bad Boys Bail Bonds, there are no gimmicks or hidden fees, no interest and no penalties, just reliable and responsive service.

We know that you or your loved one is in a stressful situation. We want your experience to be a smooth one. Our bondsmen are different. They know the system and can answer your questions quickly and clearly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Let our contract bail bond agents help get you or a loved one out of jail fast.

Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah immediately to be connected to one of our knowledgeable bail bondsmen to help you with quick and reliable bail bond services 24/7.


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Getting Bail in San Juan County is as easy as 1-2-3

We're here to help reduce the stress and confusion around posting bail. Here's a closer look at our three-step process:

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  1. Contact Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah to start the bailout process. Be sure to have the following information ready:
  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Place of arrest
  1. Meet us at the jail to pick up your loved one. You must be 18 or older to sign the paperwork and submit payment. The bond total is 10 percent. For example, if bail is set at $10,000, you'll need a non-refundable $1,000 to bail out a defendant.
  2. Secure your loved one's release. After bail has been posted, it can take between 2 and 8 hours for the defendant to be released, depending on how busy the jail is at that time.

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Local Phone: 866-306-8227

Local Bond Agent: Pamela Fuller

San Juan County Jail

297 South Main Street

Monticello, Utah


San Juan County Courthouse

117 South Main Street
Monticello, Utah


Frequently Asked Questions About Bail Bonds in San Juan County, Utah

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 San Juan 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 San Juan County bondsman. It takes about 30 minutes for the bondsman to prepare the necessary paperwork, which is faxed to the jail. The inmate typical 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.


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San Juan County Jail

San Juan County 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 kinds. They also offer educational courses that will help inmates achieve success upon their release. These educational courses include GED and High School Equivalency.


City: Monticello

Street: 297 South Main Street

Phone: 435-587-2237

San Juan County Statistics

Population: 15,049

Area: 7,820 square miles

Population Density: 1.9/sq. mile

San Juan County Crime Statistics

(Based on 2011 Crime statistics)

Total Crimes: N/A

Types of Crime by Percentage

San Juan County does not report individual crime statistics, therefore there is no crime data available.

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

If a loved one has been arrested, you want to regain your freedom fast. At Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah, you only pay 10 percent down with no hidden fees. We'll give you the high-quality service you deserve and, with more than 30 years of experience in the Utah bail bonds business, we have the expertise to speed up the bail process. When you need San Juan County bail bonds, call us today at 866-569-1131.

San Juan County Communities:

  • Aneth
  • Blanding
  • Bluff
  • Halchita
  • Halls Crossing
  • La Sal
  • Mexican Hat
  • Montezuma Creek
  • Monticello
  • Navajo Mountain
  • Olijato-Monument Valley
  • Spanish Valley
  • Tselakai Dezza
  • Ucolo
  • White Mesa
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