5431 N Government Way, Ste 101B, Coeur D Alene ID 83815 | qrelease@hotmail.com
 
 
Call Us: (208) 762-0975
 

 
 
 
 
 

Bail Information Coeur D Alene, ID

Once a suspect has been arrested, he or she may be released pending trial. A bail is property given to a court as collateral for release; this financially guarantees the defendant's appearance in court.
 

What are the release options for someone who is arrested?

There are 3 ways to be released: Surety Bonds, Cash Bail or Personal Recognizance.
 
 
Gavel And Book - Surety Bond in Coeur D Alene, ID
 
 
Lawyer and Client - Surety Bond in Coeur D Alene, ID
 
 
Detainee - Surety Bond in Coeur D Alene, ID
 

Surety Bond

  • For a premium, bail agents guarantee to the court that they will pay the bail forfeiture should that defendant fail to appear for their scheduled court date. In exchange, the defendant is charged a premium; about 10% of the bail amount.

Cash Bonds

  • To be released with a cash bond, cash must be given to the court in the full amount of the bail. The court holds the cash until the case has been decided. As long as the defendant shows up for their scheduled court dates, the cash is returned to them after fines, fees, and court cost have been assessed. If he or she fails to appear, the cash is forfeited to the court.

Personal Recognizance

  • Another method of release pending trial is being released on personal recognizance. This will typically be decided by a judge during arraignment on a case by case basis. Usually, the staff members of these programs interview individuals in custody and make recommendations to the court regarding release of these individuals on their own recognizance (i.e., without any financial security to insure the interviewee's return).
 

How much do bail bonds cost?

The premium for a surety bond is typically 10% of the bond amount. Quick release bail bonds offers zero percent down OAC.

What is collateral?

Collateral is anything that can be legally promised and holds financial value. In this case, collateral is promised to insure a defendant attends their scheduled court date and pays all necessary premiums. Quick Release Bail Bonds does not always require collateral.

When will my collateral be returned?

Collateral is returned once the court is finished with the defendant's case and all premiums have been paid.

How quickly can I be released from jail?

Quick Release Bail Bonds will post your bonds within 30 minutes of approval. Once posted, release is dependent upon the jail.