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When a loved one is in jail in Yakima and in need of bail, locate your Yakima Bail Bondsman right here after a bail bond has been set by the court. Our Yakima Bail professionals are available 24/7 to post your Bail Bonds anywhere in Yakima County. Yakima Bail Bondsmen cover all Yakima and Yakima County courts and jails. This site will soon offer listings by Yakima Criminal Defense Attorneys as well. Most Yakima/Yakima County criminal defense lawyers offer free consultation and many are members of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). For other bail bonds agents and defense lawyers throughout the United States, see BailBond.com.

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Bail News

Fewer people jumping bail in Yakima County KIMA TV
Think you are too smart to fall for a scam? Think again, says AARP fraud expert Doug Shadel, author of Outsmarting the Scam Artists: How to Protect Yourself from the Most Clever Cons.
Bondsman who shot, killed, wanted man won't be charged KHQ
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) - A bail bondsman won't be charged after police say he shot ... he had a gun and would not go down without a fight. The statement said that bond agents had tried to arrest Clay several times without force, but weren't successful.
Doing business on both sides of the bars Yakima Herald
Yet local female bail bond agents say that they have found a rewarding career. “The automatic reaction you get, when people hear what you do, is to ask, ‘Do you get to go bounty hunting?’” said Jesica Bender, a Yakima resident since 1995 who has ...
New statement on bail from judges The News Tribune
But the rule makes clear that the court must allow some amount of bail and it must allow a bond. Moreover, it cannot require that bail be all in cash. Yakima v. Mollett, 115 Wn.App. 604 (2003).[1] Subsequent Proceedings. On July 23, 2009, the Fugitive case ...
Sunnyside man a different breed of bail bond agent/bounty hunter Daily Sun News
Anonymity is an important advantage in the bail bond business when clients have to be chased down ... but he admits he doesn't have an easy answer how crime in the Yakima Valley can be decreased. He has seen how methamphetamine has messed up some of ...
Alleged Yakima River Arsonist held on $250,000 bond Daily Record
ELLENSBURG — An Everett man accused of setting the Big Horn Fire in the Yakima River Canyon on Wednesday is being held on $250,000 bail. Dominick F. Desimone, 56, faces second-degree arson charges in the incident. Sheriff’s deputies determined the ...
Man held without bail in Hells Angels sweep Seattle Post Intelligencer
YAKIMA -- A Wenatchee man arrested in a federal sweep of Hells Angels members has been ordered held without bail as a flight risk and a danger ... Earlier this month, a federal judge set bond at $150,000 for Hells Angels club member Brian Wolff of Spokane ...
Jail no longer holding inmates for possible deportation The Herald of Everett
EVERETT — The Snohomish County Jail has joined a growing number of lockups across ... Carreno-Duarte was released on May 25 after the Yakima-based company 24/7 Bail Bonds, LLC posted a $200,000 bond with the clerk's office. Carreno-Duarte failed to ...
Teens held on $1,000,000 bond for Okanogan Co. murder KREM
Alltus, both 16, are being held on $1,000,000 bail and face multiple charges ... Deputies said the pair had lived with Alltus for only two weeks after moving from the Yakima area. Shalin, Alltus' neice, had previously lived at a crisis center according ...
Washington man accused of wild rampage held on $2 million bail; late-night news roundup OregonLive
man was held on the seven-figure bond on Tuesday after he was charged with first-degree robbery, kidnapping, first-, second- and third-degree assault, eluding police and first-degree illegal possession of a firearm, the Yakima Herald-Republic reported.