If someone needs bail and was arrested in McLains, KS, our agents can help you by providing the following services…
- Picking you up
- Helping you with the process
- Accepting collateral
- Accepting payment plans
- 3 blocks from the jail
- Discount on big bonds
- No collateral in some cases
If you are reading this and you have someone or know someone who is in jail and needs to get out of jail now, you’ve found the right place.
If someone you know was arrested in Harvey County, KS, they are likely in the Harvey County Detention Center at 120 E 7th St, Office # 901, Newton, KS, 67114 (View Map) then you have to call the number (316) 284-6959 to find out.
If you need to pay a bond or find out what the bond amount is for someone in Harvey Detention Center, also call (316) 284-6959 to find out.
If Someone Was Arrested In McLains, Where Do They Go?
You can use call (316) 284-6959. If they were arrested in McLains, they went to the Harvey County jail.
We provide bail bonds for the following cities near McLains…
How Does A Bail Bond Work?
The court will set the bail bonds amount that is required for the defendant’s release. Under Kansas state law, a bail bond company can provide a type of insurance policy or “bond” that guarantees payment of the full bail bond amount to the court if the defendant does not show up for all scheduled court appearances. For supplying these bonds, bail bonds agencies charge a fee – which for Big Fish is 10% of the total bail bond.
For example, if a bail bond amount was set at $50,000, the fee would be $5,000. We offer discounts and payment plans for Cheny residents or people needing to be picked up or were arrested in Newton, so this amount could be even lower than 10% in cash. Call us at 316-262-4100 now for free confidential bail bond info and a price quote.
How Much Does It Cost To Bail Someone Out Of Jail?
It’s 10% of the full bond but sometimes we can do it for 5% down, or offer you a discount on large bonds.
Bail bonds fees can vary depending on…
The history of the defendant’s ability to show up and other factors like…
- The charge itself, and the chance of you running from it?
- History of offenses
- History of showing up in court
- Collateral you have
- Any Co-signers?
- The co-signers credibility
- Job and work history
Payment arrangements might even be possible.
Whether a bondsman wants to take up a bond is totally up to the bondsman, and how he wants to write the contract.
How Long Does The Process Take?
Usually, it’s just 1-3 hours. It depends on where we have to go to pick you or a co-signer up, from McLains or somewhere else in the area. Working on payment arrangements, maybe a short interview with the person putting up the bail to determine their credibility for repayment, going over collateral. Most bonds are quick, simple contracts and bailout. Usually the same day or a couple of hours. Rarely days unless there is a lot to go over.