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Frequently asked bail bond questions

The jail in Kenosha County or Kenosha County Sheriff's Department provides information on bail. The Kenosha County Clerk's office provides information on bail, trial, hearings, and more.

Bail is money paid to the court to ensure that an arrested person who is released from jail or detention center in Kenosha County will appear or show up at all required court appearances.

You may post bail for yourself, have someone over 18 years old post it on your behalf or use a bail bondsman. Whoever posts bail for you at the Kenosha County jail assumes full responsibility for your appearance in court. If you fail to appear as required, a warrant will be issued for your immediate arrest and the bail will be forfeited to the court in Kenosha County. Bail bondsman or bail agents are not available in Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Oregon, the District of Columbia, and Wisconsin.

When the bail is set, bail can be paid online from any computer, phone, or tablet. Contact the detention center in Kenosha County or Kenosha County Sheriff's Department. The online payment system can be used to pay bails of any amount.

Bail may be posted in any of the five ways:

1. Cash Bail - A percentage may be posted for cash bonds. All bonds that are set may be posted with a cash deposit of ten percent (10%). However, the person posting cash bail is liable for the full amount. If you appear for trial or the charges are disposed of before trial, the amount posted will be refunded. If you do not appear, all cash posted will be forfeited and the full amount of bail becomes due.

2. Property Bail - Property (e.g. land or home) may be used to post bail at a Kenosha County jail, provided that the net equity in the property meets or exceeds the amount of bail.
When posting property, you need to present tax bills, assessment notices, copies of a recorded deed or other public records.

3. Intangible Assets - Intangible assets may be accepted. Contact the Kenosha County Clerk's Office.

4. Credit and Debit Cards - Bail may be charged on certain credit and debit cards. Although a clerk accepts the card, an independent company processes the charge. The charge includes the amount of the bail and a service fee. (These charges will appear on your next credit or debit card statement.) The card and personal identification must be produced in person at the time of posting bail. (Contact a clerk for information on cards accepted and the fees charged.)

5. Professional Bail Bondsman - A bail bondsman charges a nonrefundable fee to post bail. In addition to the fee, the bondsman may require collateral security or property to secure your release. Collateral will be returned to the person who posted it after disposition of the charges. The service fee and collateral received must be displayed on the bail bond form. Make certain that the information is correct on the form, that you receive a receipt and that you understand the action the bondsman may take if you fail to meet your obligations.
Bail Bondsman or Bail Agents are not available in Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Oregon, the District of Columbia, and Wisconsin. (Contact the Kenosha County jail, Kenosha County Sheriff's Department or Clerk's office for information on bail.)

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Complete the online form and have a Kenosha County bondsman or bail agent post bail or you post the cash bail for your loved one's immediate release from Kenosha County jail. Unfortunately, you cannot get someone out of jail for free, without money or paying the bond that is ordered by a court commissioner. The Kenosha County clerk's office or jail will accept the require the full bond payment which is typically 10 percent. No collateral is required. A licensed bail bondsman will not post a cash-only bond.

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