Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Glendale Municipal Court

Glendale Municipal Court

Bail Bonds in Glendale, Arizona may be posted at the Glendale police department up until the inmate is transferred to the 4th Ave, Maricopa County Jailparker. Once the inmate has been booked into the 4th Ave Jail, Phoenix Bail Bonds, Phoenix, AZ can quickly post the bond.

The Glendale City Court tries criminal and civil traffic violations, as well as non-traffic criminal misdemeanor cases. Some of the cases the court handles are:
  • Driving Under Intoxication
  • Reckless driving
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Drag racing
  • Child restraint violations
  • Unpaid parking tickets
  • Assault
  • Shoplifting
  • Prostitution
  • Indecent exposure
  • Trespassing
  • Moving violations (speeding, running a stop sign, traffic signal, etc.)
  • Vehicle insurance and registration violations
  • Orders of Protection and Injunctions against Harassment.

Glendale Municipal Court contact info:

Glendale City Court5711 W Glendale AveGlendale, AZ 85301Hours: 8am - 5pm Mon. - Fri.Phone: (623) 930-2400


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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Lower Buckeye Jail


LOWER BUCKEYE JAIL 3250 W Lower Buckeye Rd Phoenix, AZ 85009 Automated Info: (602) 876-0322 The Lower Buckeye Jail is an all-male minimum-medium security jail with a capacity of approximately 2382 inmates. Built in 2005, the Jail is Arizona's largest detention facility encompassing 670,237 square feet (15+ acres) The Lower Buckeye Jail is one of the housing units at the Maricopa County Jail housing units; an inmate may be housed here once they have been booked in at the 4th Ave Jail.
To bail out of the Durango Jail or any of the other Maricopa County Jails, please call: Bail Bonds in Phoenix call:
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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Scottsdale City Court


Scottsdale Municipal Court contact info:
Scottsdale City Court 3700 N 75th St Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Hours: 8am - 5pm Mon. - Fri. Phone: (480) 312-2442
Bail Bonds in Scottsdale may be posted at the Scottsdale Police Department up until the inmate is transferred to the 4th Ave Jail (Maricopa County Jail). Once the inmate has been booked into the 4th Ave Jail, bail bonds in Phoenix may be posted by our Phoenix Bail Bondsman. *Scottsdale Municipal Court provides a many services. As stated on their website, customer service provides:
  • MVD Kiosk: Assists the public with vehicle registration without going to a MVD office
  • e-Services: Offers a variety of online services to reduce the need to come to the court
  • Self-help videos: Offers information on what to expect at court
  • Safety plan: To ensure the safety for both court customers and staff
  • Home Detention and Electronic Monitoring program: Jail alternative for customers that must serve mandatory incarceration and allows continued employment
  • Specialty Courts: Participation in the Regional Homeless court and both the Annual Veterans’ Stand Down and Up Court
  • High Performance Court: Implemented methods to assess, improve and report on case processing standards
  • Interpreting Services: The court is dedicated to ensuring all people have equal access to justice

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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Bail Bond Payment Plan


No, we don't bail people out of jail for free and if we did you should be suspicious of our intent. Arizona law requires you to pay a 10 percent premium fee plus expenses on any bond purchased through an Arizona Bondsman.

Yes, there are a couple of bail bond companies out there that allow payments on the premium, or require you to pay the entire premium before your first hearing. Don't fall for it. If you don't make your payment, they may take your collateral, or put the Defendant back in jail.

We've tried taking payments and "working" with people and our experience indicated that most people will not or cannot make their payments, even after they know the repercussions of not doing so. We stopped doing payment plans because our good intentions backfired and they were bad for our clients.

Don't take chances; if you can make bail and still have funds left over to meet your responsibilities, do it, but please don't make matters worse by falling into a payment plan.

Google, in July of 2018, banned bail bond companies from advertising on line, Google believed that the industry was taking advantage of people:  Although, I don't agree with Google's assessment of the situation, I do believe that the good intentions of bail bond companies trying to help people caused the problem.

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Maricopa County Jail Inmate Information

Obtain Inmate Information from the

Maricopa County Jail

Getting bond and charge information on inmates at the Maricopa County Jail can be frustrating; trying to talk to someone at the jail is even more difficult. Since Arizona adopted bail reform, which effectively lowered all bail amounts, Phoenix bail bondsman are reluctant to devote a lot of time helping people who want to post bail themselves.

We have compiled a list of resources that the do-it-yourself can use to get inmate information:

The Sheriff's Office

Maricopa County Jail Inmates:

Inmate Search:

Phoenix Mugshots:

Automated Phone Line: 
(602) 876-0322

*The Automated Phone line also provides the means to talk to a live operator if you stay on hold long enough.

You can also go directly to the jail and talk to one of the bond clerks:
4th Ave Jail
201 S 4th Ave
Phoenix, AZ

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Unpaid Court Fines and How to Stay Out of Jail

Stay Out of Jail

Cause of Arrest

A very common cause of arrest and incarceration in Arizona is caused indirectly by not paying your fine or restitution on a traffic complaint or criminal matter. I use the word "indirectly" because most Arizona courts don't arrest you for not paying your fine, but they do arrest you for Failing to Appear in court. Let me explain.

When you are sentenced for a case that requires the payment of a fine or restitution, you make an agreement with the court to pay the fine immediately, or you set up a payment plan. If you fail to pay in a timely manner, or not at all, the court will send out a notice demanding payment. If you still don't make a payment, or offer an excuse, the court will summons you to a Show Cause hearing, wherein the judge ask you to explain why you have not complied with a court order.

Failure to Appear

The reason most people get arrested is not for failing to pay a fine, but for failing to appear in court once summoned. As it happens, most people are scared to death of court and they believe that if they can't offer a good excuse for non-payment, the court will arrest them. This couldn't be further from the truth, the court arrests you for not appearing when so ordered. Once you appear, the court will generally re-establish your payment plan. The court wants your money, not your hide.

Advice to everyone that owes the court money:

  1. Set up your payment plan with the lowest monthly deposit allowed.
  2. Pay off your debt as quickly as possible...make double payments.
  3. If you miss a payment, call the court and put it in writing what your excuse is and,
  4. If you are summoned to court, by all means go.

If you follow our advice, you won't end in jail.

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Sunday, March 10, 2019

Large Phoenix Bail Bonds


Trying to bail a friend or family member out of the Maricopa County Jail can be an intimidating proposition, but when the court makes it a large bond, it becomes overwhelming. Before going down the road of calling bondsman after bondsman, take inventory of what you have available for cash and property. You will need two things:

  1. You have to pay a 10% fee, plus expenses; the fee is non-refundable and represents the minimum amount of dollars you will have to come up with to buy the bond.
  2. The property requirement, also referred to as collateral, is any asset with a value equal to, or greater than the bond amount. Main stream bondsman require collateral and the larger the bond the more important it becomes. The most common asset used for collateral with large bonds is real estate. however: cash can be collateral.
When you begin calling around trying to select a bondsman, find one that can clearly explain what is needed to put your bond together; find someone you can relate with. Fees and collateral requirements are standard, so find someone that makes you feel comfortable and has been in the business for years. Maricopa County Bail Bonds Office: (602) 258-4488

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Saturday, March 9, 2019

Fast-Track the Return of Your Phoenix Bail Bond

Get Your Bond Money Back!

Your Maricopa County Superior court case is finally over and now you want your bond money back - What do you do?

Before you leave the court-room get from the Judge the "ORDER OF BOND EXONERATION". With the Order in hand, take it to the "Criminal Bond Desk" located in the South Tower, 12th floor. The clerk will enter the exoneration into records and hand you back the original Order - don't lose it. Within a week the clerk will mail out a check for the bond. Whomever posted the bond with the jail will receive the refund.

If you or a family member posted the bond, make sure the clerk has the right mailing address. If a bondsman posted the bond with the jail, make sure you give the bondsman the original Order after filing it with the clerk.

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Thursday, March 7, 2019

Maricopa County Bail Bond Forfeiture

Bail Bond Forfeitures - Phoenix, Arizona

BOND FORFEITURE is something no one wants to experience and always takes people by surprise. Bond Forfeiture only occurs when the defendant has Failed to Comply with his Conditions of Release, or Failed to Appear (FTA) for a hearing. When there is an FTA the Judge will do two things:
1. Issue a warrant for the defendant's arrest. 2. Set a Bond Forfeiture hearing, aka, Order to Show Cause hearing. Forfeiture Hearings are commonly set about 30 days after the FTA, although, I have seen as little as two weeks notice. This date can sometimes be reset to a future date with Good Cause being demonstrated to the court. If the Defendant self-surrenders, or is put back in jail by the bail bond company prior to the Forfeiture Hearing, the court will generally exonerate some to all of the bond. The court has the legal right to forfeit the entire amount. If the defendant has not self-surrendered, or not been arrested by the bondsman by the Hearing date, the bond is generally forfeited in its entirety. If some or all of the bond has been forfeited, the County Attorney will prepare a Judgement, which when signed by the judge, requires full payment. The Judgement carries interest. If you bought your bond from a bondsman, you will be required to reimburse the agent for any loss or expense incurred. Upon payment of the agent's loss, your collateral will be returned.

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