MORGANTOWN AND MONONGALIA COUNTY BAIL AND BONDING COMPANIES
BONDING COMPANIES SERVING MORGANTOWN AND MONONGALIA COUNTY
AA Bail Bonding LLC – (304) 282-2230
AAA Bonding Company – (304) 292-0155
ABC Bail Bonds – (304) 292-4711
After Hours Bail Bonds/Big Daddy Bail Bonds – (304) 240-6260
Bill’s Bail Bonds/Plaid Group – (304) 296-5009
M&M Bonding – (304) 680-5755
Minard’s Bail Bonding, LLC – (304) 695-0955
Regional Bonding/Special Services Bureau – (304) 694-2663
We Spring Bail Bonds – (304) 306-2406
Weatherholtz, LLC/A East Coast Bonding, LLC – (304) 267-5888
*THE ABOVE LIST OF BAIL BONDSMEN/BONDING COMPANIES REFLECTS THE LIST PROVIDED BY THE MONONGALIA COUNTY MAGISTRATE CLERK IDENTIFYING THOSE SERVING MORGANTOWN AND MONONGALIA COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA. IF YOU ARE A BAIL BONDSMEN/BONDING COMPANY SERVING MORGANTOWN AND MONONGALIA COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, AND WOULD LIKE TO BE ADDED TO THIS LIST OR YOUR INFORMATION UPDATED, PLEASE CONTACT THE SITE ADMINISTRATOR.
WHAT SHOULD I KNOW BEFORE CONTACTING A BAIL BONDSMAN?
There is certain information that the bondsman will require:
- Where the person in custody is being held (Make sure that you ask the person in custody where they are located).
- The Court/County/Municipality that is holding the person. (Identify the Court that arraigned the person. You will need to identify the Municipal Court or Magistrate Court by the city (ie., Morgantown) or the county (ie., Monongalia).
- The full name of the person in jail.
- The amount of the bail? With the bail amount, the bail bondsman can tell you the amount it will cost to post a bond and requirements to get the person out of jail.
HOW DO I GET A BAIL BOND?
The amount and type of bond will be set by the Judge at the Arraignment following the arrest. There are four ways in which a person may be released from custody:
- You can post 10% of the total amount through a bail bondsman.
- You can post cash for the full amount of the bond with the court.
- You can use real property (such as a home or a lot) with the court.
- The judge issues a Personal Recognizance bond that allows the defendant to go on their own recognizance, which requires only the Defendant’s signature and, in some cases, the signature of a guarantor.
If you have been arrested and charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense, it is important that you retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. There are a number of steps in the criminal process that necessitate attorney representation.