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Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Yavapai County Bail Bonds
10:50 am mst
Cash Bail Bonds in Yavapai County Yavapai County bail bonds can be posted
at the Yavapai County Jail by either paying the full amount of bail in cash or by buying a surety bond available through
a local Yavapai County bondsman.
Sometimes the Court does not offer a choice as to which type of
bond must be posted to release an inmate. Occasionaly the Court orders the bond to be paid as "cash only".
Cash only bonds can be Appearance Bonds, wherein as long as the Defendant appears to each of his/her hearings the cash
will be returned to the bond poster, or they can be "Purge Bonds, in which the cash will be forfeited and retained by
the Court to cover fines, restitution, or fees owed by the Defendant.
Be sure to consult
with Cash-Only Bail Bonds™ when thinking about posting a cash bond. We thoroughly research whether the cash bond is an Appearance
Bond or a Purge Bond.
Purge Bonds will only be posted by us if you are providing your
cash or charging the full bail amount on a credit card. Cash Appearance bonds can be posted with either your cash or
If you provided Cash-Only Bail Bonds™ with the full amount of bail for an
Appearance Bond, you will receive your bail refund typically within a month after the Court has finished with the case and
has exonerated the bond. With Purge Bonds you will never receive a refund as the Court forfeited the bond to pay for
the Defendant's court obligations.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Cash Bail Bonds in Phoenix
8:33 pm mst
Posting cash bail bonds in Phoenix is getting more and more difficult. Cash will only be accepted from law enforcement or licensed Maricopa
County bail bondsmen. $100.00 bills will not be accepted from anyone. If you want to put money on an inmate's
books, you will need to use the kiosk in the lobby of the 4th Ave Jail.
The public can
still post cash bonds without the aid of a bondsman, but you must use Postal, or Western Union Money Orders. Cashier's
checks are acceptable, but their authenticity must be confirmed by the issuing bank before the bond can be accepted. In other
words, the bank must be open.
The easiest method for the public
to post a cash bond is to use Cash-Only Bail Bonds™ as your posting agent. We always have cash available and if we are
posting your cash or using your credit card for the full bail amount, you will only pay a 10% fee. Compare this to the aggravation
and frustration in store for you when you find out the bond amount has changed and you will have to exchange your money order
for the correct amount.
Everyone wants to save money, but don't
skimp when it comes to posting your cash with the Court. Cash bond refunds are always returned to the person who posted your
bond. Use a licensed agent from Cash-Only Bail Bonds™ to post your Phoenix bond and relax knowing that your cash will
be returned to you once the case is over.
CASH-ONLY BAIL BONDS™
Phone: (928) 773-1997
LOCATIONSCoconino County Jail
602 E. Butler Ave, Suite 2D
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
& Apache County Jails
165 W. Hopi Dr, Suite
Holbrook, Arizona 86025
Yavapai County Jail
Camp Verde office:
(meet at jail)
W. Highway 260
Camp Verde, Arizona
Maricopa County Jail
(meet at jail)
201 S 4th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 86003