Bails are normally conducted between the hours of 4:30pm and 10:00pm on weekdays and between 9:00am and 10:00pm on weekends and holidays. All bail hours are dependent upon the availability of the Bail Commissioner.

If a person wishes to bail an offender, that person must provide the Lobby Officer with:

  • the name of the offender to be bailed;
  • a valid photo ID proving they are at least 18 years of age;
  • the person posting the bail shall bring the cash bail amount or surety and the Bail Commissioner fee of forty ($40.00) cash

It is recommended that prior to coming to the facility, the person posting the bail calls the facility to ensure that the offender is bailable and does not have any other warrants or detainers from other courts. We also want to ensure that the individual posting the bail is aware of the proper bail amount (s) and Bail Commissioner fee. Any exception to these bail guidelines are the sole discretion of the Bail Commissioner.

The entire process may take about two hours. Although we try to make this process as quick as possible, persons posting bail should be prepared to wait as delays can occur that are beyond our control.






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