Court Information in Idaho & Wyoming
The court determines bail amount and our bail bond agency can help supply the money needed to post bail. There are a few different types of bail bonds.
Own recognizance also sometimes referred as a personal appearance bond is one in which the Judge takes your word that you will appear in court and releases you until your next court date. They are rare and are usually given to someone who is a first time offender of minor offenses.
Cash Bond is one in which you pay the amount of the bond in cash to the jail or a money order directly to the court clerk’s office. Cash bond money may be by used by the courts to pay fines if found guilty but the balance may be returned to you when your case is done. In Wyoming, cash bonds may not be returned if the accused violates a condition of a bond set by the judge. In addition, Wyoming can set cash only bonds for any charge but Idaho can only set cash only bods for unpaid fines or child support.
Surety Bond is what Teton Bail Bonds specializes in, for a fee, usually 10% +$35; Teton Bail Bonds issues an insurance policy to the courts. Bail Bond agencies and agents are required be licensed and approved by the state in order to post bonds. If the accused fails to appear Teton Bail bonds returns the accused to court or pays the full bond amount. This is the most commonly used method of Bail.
Property bonds require a lawyer and may require one who specializes in property or land disputes. Property must be of value to cover the amount of the bond and must be approved by the Judge. The courts may seize the defendant’s property if the defendant fails to appear in court. This is not used very often due to the time it takes to assess the property, cost to have the lawyer write up the property bond, file the motion to the Judge and get it approved. If you own your land free and clear of any liens this may be a rout, you can chose for your loved one.
The Best in Idaho & Wyoming
When you need bail in Idaho or Wyoming call Teton Bail Bonds first. We take the time to explain the options available to you and make sure you understand the bail process. Don’t let someone you care about spend time in jail when you can help get them out fast and easy. Our bail agents are professionals with the knowledge needed to make sure our clients are released from jail as soon as possible.
County Courthouses We Serve in Idaho & Wyoming
Idaho Courts and Addresses
Bannock County : 624 E. Center Room 211 Pocatello, ID 83201-6274
Bingham County : 501 N. Maple #205 Blackfoot, ID 83221-1700
Blaine County : 201 1st Avenue South Hailey, ID 83333
Bonneville County : 605 North Capital Avenue Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Burley County : 1459 Overland Avenue Burley, ID 83318
Caribou County : 159 South Main, Room 202 Soda Springs, ID 83276
Cassia County : 1459 Overland Avenue Burley, ID 83318
Clark County : 224 West Main Street Dubois, ID 83423
Fremont County : 151 West 1st North, Room 12 St. Anthony, ID 83445
Gooding County : 624 Main Street Gooding, ID 83330
Jefferson County : 134 North Clark Rigby, ID 83443
Jerome County : 300 North Lincoln, Room 301 Jerome, ID 83338
Lincoln County : 111 West B street Shoshone, ID 83352
Madison County : 134 East Main Rexburg, ID 83340
Minidoka County : 8th & G streets Rupert, ID 83350
Oneida County : 624 E. Center, Room 211 Pocatello, ID 83201-6274
Power County : 543 Bannock, Room 101 American Falls, ID 83211
Teton County : 150 Courthouse Drive, Room 306 Driggs, ID 83422
Twin Falls County : 425 Shoshone Street North Twin Falls, ID 83303-0126
Wyoming Courts and Address
Teton County : 180 S. King Street Jackson, WY 83001
Lincoln County : 925 Sage Avenue Kemmerer, WY 83101
Uinta County : 225 9th Street Evanston, WY 82931
Sweetwater County : 50140 C US Hwy 191 South Rock Springs, WY 82901