Check the Tulsa Bail Bond Schedule
If you know the offense a person has been charged with in Tulsa County, it can be easy to find Tulsa bail bonds amounts. Tulsa County District Court sets a standard bail bond amount schedule, so people charged with a particular crime do not have to wait for a court appearance to learn the amount of their bail bond in Tulsa.
My Web crew looked up a copy of that order and posted the contents here on the Badass Bail Bonds website. The Tulsa bail bond amounts web page lets you search more than 850 charges to find the bond for a particular charge. You can also download and read the unformatted bail bond schedule here.
Check the Tulsa Jail Website
What if a person has multiple charges? As long as you know the charges, you can search the list of Tulsa bail bond amounts and add the amounts. That will tell you how much surety the court will require to let someone out on bond. My fee is usually 10 percent of the full bond amount.
Once a person has been booked into jail, you can use the Tulsa County Jail Inmate Search form to find out the bond amount for each of their charges. I maintain a link to that inmate search over on my resources page, so click here to find the link to the inmate search page.
Anytime you need to call a bail bondsman, it is already not the best of days. I like to make it as easy as possible for people to bond out of jail in Tulsa. If someone cannot pay the full amount up front, I try to work with people who have a job, financial resources and friends or family who can help them out of a difficult pinch. I offer discounts for people who can pay the full amount up front.
How to Check Tulsa County Court Dates
The other part where people run into trouble with the bail bond process is missing a court date. I try to make sure my clients stay informed about court dates so the court does not revoke bond. On my resources page, I also have a link to the Oklahoma case lookup page, where you can get information about pending court dates.
Of course, if you have more than one court date, you need to be sure you check every case to make sure you don’t miss a date on any of your cases. It is best to rely on your attorney for information about required court appearances. I try to keep clients informed, too, but sometimes you want to know well ahead of time so you can make time in your schedule for a future court date. That’s a good time to review your case on the Oklahoma case lookup.
Call a Tulsa Bail Bondsman
I do as much as I can to make the bail bond process simple, friendly and affordable. If you have questions about bail bonds in Tulsa, or about Tulsa bail bond amounts, call me and I’ll try to get you a fast, accurate answer. Call me at 918-932-2888 or send your inquiry using the email link at the top of this page.