There are several ways you can be released from custody prior to trial. These include:
- Full cash bail - 100% of your established bail amount. This must be in cash.
- Bail bond - The following Bonding Agents have been approved for posting bail in Superior Court, North District Court, and the Municipal Courts:
11:11 Bail Bonds
A-Affordable Bail Bonds
All-Pro Bail Bonds
Allwest Bail Bonds
Audrey's Bail Bonds
Bishops Bail Bonds
Exit Bail Bonds
Interstate Bonding Company
Northwest Surety Bail Bond
Regan Bail Bonds
Ring N'Spring Bail Bonds
(866) 966-2245 / (360) 966-2245
(866) 614-2727 / (509) 329-1000
South District Court will accept Bishop Bail Bonds, A-Affordable Bail Bonds, Northwest Surety, and Regan Bail Bonds on their cases.
You may arrange bail with a Bonding Agent recognized by our Courts. Bonding fees are a matter of confidentiality between the bondsman and his client. The Sheriff and Jail staff members have no connection with any licensed bonding agency and will make no recommendations pertaining to such. Bondsmen are private, licensed business persons and are under no obligation to make bond for any arrested person.