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If your loved one has been arrested for a crime, your first thought may be how to get them out of jail and back home. At Andy Callif Bail Bonds, our team of Delaware bail bondsmen has been helping people navigate the bail bonds process since 1960. When you turn to us for guidance on posting bail and having your loved one released, you'll have a licensed bail bond agent and an experienced company on your side. We know that criminal matters can happen at any time, which is why we make ourselves available 24/7 to deliver the confidential and skilled support you need.

We can assist with various types of bail bonds, including:

We offer a free initial consultation. Contact us at (614) 945-4334 today to get started.

What Is the Purpose of Bail?

In the U.S., when a person is accused of a crime, they have the right to face their accuser and challenge the allegations made against them. To do that, they must go through a criminal trial (unless their case is settled through negotiations with the prosecutor). But because courts must handle several cases at a time, trials aren't scheduled immediately after a person has been arrested.

A defendant may have to wait a few months before they appear in court to answer for their alleged crime. Holding a person in custody ensures that law enforcement officials and the courts know where the defendant is and can reach out to them when their trial is scheduled. However, this can be considered unfair because a person is presumed innocent, which means someone who has not been proven guilty of an offense is restricted of their liberties.

The purpose of jail is to remedy this injustice and ensure the defendant's due process rights are protected. Bail is an amount of money the defendant must pay to get released from jail. If they appear in court as scheduled, they get their money back at the end of their case. Essentially, the defendant has a reason to show up for their trial. If they fail to appear, they could lose out on hundreds to thousands of dollars. They could also face additional criminal penalties, jail, and fines.

What's the Bail Process?

Technically, the bail process begins with an arrest. The person accused of committing a crime (referred to now as a defendant), is taken to the local police station to be booked. Booking involves taking the defendant's mugshot, fingerprints, and personal information.

After the defendant is in the law enforcement agency's system, they'll be scheduled for their first court appearance. During this hearing, a judge will, among other things, set bail.

If the defendant does not want to sit in jail while they await their trial, they (or a friend or family member) must pay the bail amount (often called posting bail). After they're bailed, the defendant must adhere to court-ordered conditions until their case is resolved.

Once the defendant's case is over, the court will return their bail money to them, provided that the defendant adhered to all bail conditions. If the defendant didn't show up in court for their case, their money will be forfeit, meaning the court will keep it.

How Is Bail Determined?

At an arraignment, a judge will inform the individual of their formal charges and set a bail amount.

The judge will consider various factors when determining how much bail is set for, which includes:

  • The seriousness of the offense
  • The defendant's criminal history (if any)
  • The likelihood of the defendant returning for their scheduled court date

What Are Conditions of Bail?

Conditions of bail are terms the defendant must adhere to while they're out of jail and awaiting trial.

The judge will set the conditions, which may include:

  • Electronic monitoring
  • Attendance in a drug or alcohol treatment program
  • Forfeiture of firearms
  • Travel restrictions
  • No contact with the alleged victim or others

What Happens After Bail Is Set?

In some severe cases, the judge may decide not to set bail. In other matters, an amount will be set, which the defendant or their friends or family must pay before they can be released from jail. If they are unable to make bail, they must remain incarcerated until their scheduled court appearance.

After a final decision is made in the defendant's case – whether guilty or not guilty – the bail amount will be returned. However, if the defendant fails to appear, the judge may decide to forfeit the bond.

How Do Bail Bonds Work?

Bail is not cheap. It can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars. The defendant or their loved one might not have the funds immediately available to make bail. In such cases, they can turn to a bail bond company, such as Andy Callif Bail Bonds, for help.

For a small, non-refundable fee, the agency will post a bail bond on behalf of the defendant. This means that the company provides a promissory note to the court stating that it will ensure that the defendant shows up for all their hearings. It will pay the entire bail amount if they don't.

If the defendant appears in court as required, they do not owe any more money to the bail bond company. However, if they skip out on bail, they must pay the bonding company the entire bail amount the judge initially set. If the defendant used collateral, such as their home or other property, the agency can use that to satisfy the balance owed.

How Can Andy Callif Bail Bonds Help?

The bail bond process is complex and requires knowledge of the nuances that can affect the bail's amount and requirements. Our knowledgeable Delaware bail bonds agent can skillfully guide you from the beginning of your case until its conclusion. We believe in maintaining open and honest communication and will let you know of any changes that may have impacted your bond amount.

The benefits of obtaining a bail bond from our team:

  • Available 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
  • More than 22 Years of Expertise
  • Impeccable Integrity and Unsurpassed Knowledge of the Judicial System
  • Low Payment Plan Available
  • Spanish-speaking Agent Available
  • Providing Service in All Courts in Ohio and Nationwide

If you are helping a loved one post bail in Delaware, Ohio, contact usat (614) 945-4334 today for a free consultation.

Information for Law Enforcement Agencies, Jails, and Courts

After an arrest, knowing which agencies to contact and how to reach out to them is important. The law enforcement agencies, jails, and courts in Delaware County can provide the information you need to get your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible and help them through their case. Our team at Andy Callif Bail Bonds has put together a list of government agencies' addresses, phone numbers, and hours to help with the process.

Delaware County Inmate Lookup

City of Delaware Police Department

Address:

70 N. Union Street

Delaware, OH 43015

Phone:

(740) 203-1101

Delaware County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office

Address:

149 N. Sandusky St. 2nd Floor

Delaware, OH 43015

Phone:

(740) 833-2810

Delaware County Jail

Address:

149 N. Sandusky Street

Delaware, OH 43015

Phone:

(740) 833-2810

Visiting Hours:

Sundays: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Mondays: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Tuesdays through Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Delaware Municipal Court

Address:

70 North Union Street 2nd Floor

Delaware, OH 43015

Phone:

(740) 203-1570

Hours:

Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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