Stillwater Bail Bonds. Providing Bail Bonds in Stillwater, all of Payne County & surrounding areas.

“I’d like to be your Payne County bail bondsman” -Chasity Carey, Signature Bail Bonds of Stillwater

Chasity posts Stillwater bail bonds at the Payne County Jail. Call for fast & friendly service. (405) 780-2399

Fast & friendly Stillwater Bail Bonds. Made possible by independent Signature Bail Agent, Chasity Carey

We want to help with your Payne County bail bond. We offer payment plans & cash discounts on larger bonds.

Stillwater Bail Bond Questions

We know you have questions. When someone is arrested, circumstance are often different. Whether you need bail for a friend or a family member, we do all we can to find answers and explain the bail bond process. Signature Bail Bonds of Stillwater wants to help.

What is the purpose of a bail bond?

Bail is offered for most individuals who are arrested and accused of a crime. The purpose of a bail bail is to allow the defendant to be released from custody while preparing for their defense. Waiting and preparing for court proceedings is often a long drawn out process. Defendants are likely able to prepare a better defense while out of jail.

How much are Stillwater bail bonds?

Bail bond fees in Stillwater, OK are typically 10% of the bond amount. The premium (fee) for a 10,000 bond is  normally $1,000. However, Signature Bail Bonds offers discounts for bonds over $5,000 when a family member with a stable work or residence history agrees to cosign on the bond. The best way to save money on Stillwater bail bonds is to demonstrate a very low risk that the defendant will fail to appear. We also like to know that the defendant has a strong family support system. Contact Chasity Carey with Signature Bail Bonds of Stillwater for answers. She’d love to save you time, money and trouble. Chasity wants to help!

How long will a case last?

All cases are different. Most minor traffic infraction or misdemeanors (such as Driving Under Suspension) are handled very quickly within a few days or weeks. Many other misdemeanors, such as assault or DUI, may require several court appearances before the case is resolved. While felony cases often go on for months or sometime more than a year. For more specific answers, contact us for confidential Stillwater bail bonds service.

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We post bail for the Payne County Jail and work to be available anywhere you need us throughout the state.
Our agents offer their service close to home where we understand the local court system and are a part of your community.

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