VIRGINIA JAILS IN THE METRO RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, AREA

WE PROVIDE BAIL BONDS FOR ALL VIRGINIA JAILS. CALL TODAY FOR HELP

Dee’s Bail Bonds knows it is never good getting a phone call from a jail and we know how it affects everyone involved. But we are here for you.

If a loved one is arrested, call us right away. We are minutes from most jails in Virginia and can be there quickly. We try to make getting out of all jails easy. We are fast, knowledgeable and offer payment plans. All jails are different and have a different way of letting inmates post bail. Some jails only post bonds at certain times. Some jails update paperwork very slow — Chesterfield Jail and Richmond City Justice Center are examples of that. Others update paperwork fast. Sometimes it is necessary to revoke a bond and every jail has a different way to do that. Some jails have magistrates on-site while some use a video system instead. You want a bondsman who knows the different jails and their processes, and one who can answer all your questions.

We post bail bonds at the Chesterfield County Jail 24 hours a day. When you call us, you will always get a live Chesterfield County bondsman, not an answering service. We will meet you at the jail anytime. If your friend and loved one is arrested in Chesterfield County, Virginia, you should call us right away. Even if you just have questions about bail or because you want information, we will take the time and make sure you understand the entire process.

Choosing Who to Hire

When you need bail bonds, you should always choose carefully. Do some research on the Chesterfield bail bondsman you are thinking about hiring. Some bail bondsmen are relatively new. While anyone can walk in a magistrate’s office and sign a paper, they have little experience with certain things and may not completely understand everything that comes with bail, or what to do if unforeseen circumstances pop up that make posting a bond a little more complicated. We have the experience to handle all of these things.

POSTING BAIL IN CHESTERFIELD, VIRGINIA

All bail bonds in Chesterfield, Virginia, must be posted at the magistrate’s office, which is open 24 hours a day. Their office is located next to the jail. Once you call us, we will meet you in front of the lobby where we will go over all the paperwork. Once our paperwork is signed, we will go in and post the bond.

Only one person is allowed in the Chesterfield magistrate’s lobby at a time, and once the bond is posted, it will probably take a while before our client is released from the jail. Unfortunately, our bail agents have no control over the time it takes.

Phone System

The Chesterfield Jail phone system uses Global Tel Link. Inmates must make collect calls, although family and friends can set up pre-paid accounts. Inmates are allowed to buy pre-paid calling cards using their canteen account. Please visit their sites for more information about Global Tel Link and Advance Pay.

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Dee’s Bail Bonds has posted many bonds for Henrico County Jail inmates. We will meet you at the jail 24 hours a day, including holidays. Call us anytime and we will answer any questions you have. Check to see if a loved one or friend is in Henrico jail by clicking here. The website also includes Henrico Jail West inmates.

HENRICO COUNTY JAIL EAST INMATE SERVICES

Henrico County Jail offers programs and services to its inmates, including laundry, visitation, inmate property, mail delivery, religious services and a wide range of mental health and substance abuse services and education. The jail staff offers these programs through support from community volunteers and outside agencies. Dee’s Bail Bonds also fully supports these programs. Henrico Jail West also offers a great narcotics anonymous meeting every Saturday evening. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm and lasts about an hour. Because many inmates are incarcerated due to addiction, it’s especially relevant to have a great narcotics program. Some of the other programs offered include GED preparation and testing, computer technology, parenting and fatherhood classes, substance abuse and relapse prevention and group and individual counseling.

POSTING BAIL BONDS IN HENRICO, VIRGINIA

If your friend or loved one is arrested and taken to Jail, call us first! Our bail bond agents will meet you in front of the jail. We will go over all the paperwork and make sure you understand it and then we will let the magistrate know who we want to post bond for. Once we sign papers from the magistrate, the bail bond is posted. The jail officers will take the defendant in front of the magistrate to receive their next court date. The defendant receives his or her property back and signs papers for the jail. Then they will be released. It is that simple. While it is simple to post the bond, it may take a few hours before our client is released due to the jail being extremely busy or because of headcount and shift changes. If, for some reason, your friend or loved one is denied bond because of the charges, bail will probably be set in court the next morning. While your friend or loved one may see the judge that morning, it will probably take several hours before the paperwork is sent to the jail to be updated. Since it will probably take a while to update, we will call you and meet you outside of the Henrico jail lobby once it is ready.

BAIL BOND PAYMENT OPTIONS

We charge a 10 percent fee for the service. Be careful of bail bondsmen who are charging less than 10 percent. That percent is regulated by law, so if you call different bail companies and they say it’s less than 10 percent, hang up. While it may sound great because it’s less expensive, bondsmen who aren’t charging 10 percent are breaking the law. If your bondsman is willing to break the law, ask yourself how can you trust them and then call someone else. While we are allowed to do payment plans, the 10 percent is still required. You may qualify to pay half down and half in 30 days. Ask us about it.

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Dee’s Bail Bonds has posted hundreds of bail bonds for Henrico County Jail inmates. We will meet you at the jail 24 hours a day, including holidays. Call us anytime and we will answer any questions you have. There are up to 1200 inmates in this jail at any given time. It is also a maximum security facility and home to the Sheriff’s office. The jail offers tours to the public, just call the jail and ask for an appointment. Check to see if a loved one or friend is in Henrico jail by clicking here. The website also includes Henrico Jail East inmates.

HENRICO COUNTY JAIL WEST INMATE SERVICES

Henrico County Jail offers programs and services to its inmates, including laundry, visitation, inmate property, mail delivery, religious services and a wide range of mental health and substance abuse services and education. The jail staff offers these programs through support from community volunteers and outside agencies. Dee’s Bail Bonds also fully supports these programs. Henrico Jail West also offers a great narcotics anonymous meeting every Saturday evening. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm and lasts about an hour. Because many inmates are incarcerated due to addiction, it’s especially relevant to have a great narcotics program. Some of the other programs offered include GED preparation and testing, computer technology, parenting and fatherhood classes, substance abuse and relapse prevention and group and individual counseling.

POSTING BAIL BONDS IN HENRICO, VIRGINIA

We post bail bonds in Henrico almost daily. If your friend or loved one is arrested and taken to jail, call us first. Our agents will meet you in front of the jail to go over all the paperwork and make sure you understand it. We will then let the magistrate know who we want to post bond for and sign that paperwork. Once we sign papers from the magistrate, the bail bond is posted. The jail officers will take the defendant in front of the magistrate to receive their next court date. The defendant receives his or her property back and signs papers for the jail. Then they will be released. It is that simple. While it is simple to post the bond, it may take a few hours before our client is released due to the jail being extremely busy or because of headcount and shift changes. If, for some reason, your friend or loved one is denied bond because of the charges, bail will probably be set in court the next morning. While your friend or loved one may see the judge that morning, it will probably take several hours before the paperwork is sent to the jail to be updated. Since it will probably take a while to update, we will call you and meet you outside of the Henrico jail lobby once it is ready.

BAIL BOND PAYMENT OPTIONS

We charge a 10 percent fee for the service. Be careful of bail bondsmen who are charging less than 10 percent. That percent is regulated by law, so if you call different bail companies and they say it’s less than 10 percent, hang up. While it may sound great because it’s less expensive, bondsmen who aren’t charging 10 percent are breaking the law. If your bondsman is willing to break the law, ask yourself how can you trust them, and then call someone else. While we are allowed to do payment plans, the 10 percent is still required. You may qualify to pay half down and half in 30 days. Ask us about it.

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We post bail bonds at the Pamunkey Regional Jail often. Our bondsmen are friendly and familiar with the process, so if your friend or loved one is arrested and taken to the Hanover County Jail, always call us first. Pamunkey Regional Jail serves Hanover County, Caroline County and the town of Ashland. They also hold federal inmates. There are about 500 inmates in Pamunkey Regional Jail at any given time. pamunkey jail

BAIL BONDS IN PAMUNKEY, VIRGINIA

Pamunkey Regional Jail inmates with a bond are able to post bail 24 hours a day. They will see the judge the next morning for arraignment if the magistrate denies bail. Depending on the charge, bond will be given at arraignment. If a bond is given, call us right away. It will probably take a few hours before we can post the bond, so even if they are given a bond at 9 am, it will probably be early afternoon before the bond can be posted. Rather than you sitting around waiting, call us before heading down to the jail so we can make sure the defendant’s paperwork is correct before posting bail. Pamunkey Jail will not release an inmate without a ride. The Hanover Jail does provide cab service during the week though, which is free to the inmate.

DELAYED BAIL POSTING

There are many things that might delay bail. Lockdown is one of these things. Lockdown is when the jail officers count the inmates. All inmates have to be accounted for. The jail locks down four times a day. While we can still post bond during these times, it will probably take a couple of hours before your loved one is released. One of the worst times to post bail bonds at Pamunkey Regional Jail is Friday evenings. Inmate head count starts at 5 pm, shift change is at 6 pm and inmates who are allowed to pull their jail time on weekends must report to the jail at 7 pm. All of these things can make posting a bail bond on Friday evening take extra time.

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Dee’s Bail Bonds will be happy to answer any questions you have. Posting bail bonds in Richmond, Virginia, can be a long process. Getting a loved one or friend out of the old city jail used to be done by appointment. Now, our bail bondsman can post bail 24 hours a day. If a friend or loved one is arrested, they will be taken to a magistrate at the Justice Center and booked into the Richmond City lockup. The lockup is downstairs inside the Justice Center. If that happens, call us right away. We will call the lockup and get all the bail bond information. Once the bond is ready to be posted, we will call you and have you meet us in the lobby. If your friend or loved one is denied bond, they will see the judge the following morning.

LOCAL HELP IS IMPORTANT

A bail bondsman is an important person to anyone who finds that they are sitting in jail and need help securing the bail that has been set by the courts. In many cases, securing the services of the best Richmond bail bonds company simply requires a little personal information and a signature by the person taking responsibility for the bail. Sometimes, collateral is needed to further guarantee the bail amount being paid. Our bail bonds agents in Richmond, Virginia, are reliable and convenient. A bail bondsman provides a huge service to many people after they are arrested. Getting out of jail can be as simple as making a phone call to us. We will also do everything that needs to be done to get your loved one or friend out of jail as fast as possible. It should always be that easy.

A COMPANY WITH EXPERIENCE

Dee’s Bail Bonds understands being arrested and taken to the Richmond Justice Center can be scary. Many times, people have never been through this and have no idea what to expect. We can help. Call us with any questions you may have. We will do whatever we can to put your mind at ease. You can rest easy knowing you have a reputable bail bonds company helping you through the entire process. We know that getting out of the Richmond Justice Center is a big priority for anyone who is locked up. The biggest problem that most people face is the bail amount. This is usually the best way to guarantee a person returns for all their court dates. However, it is not always easy to come up with the entire bail amount. This is where Dee’s Bail Bonds can help.

Help is Always Available

Our service is available to help you anytime, day or night. This is our promise to you and what makes Dee’s Bail Bonds different from other bail bondsmen in Richmond. We take helping people very seriously. This is why we make every effort possible to be there for you when you need us. If you ever need a bondsman, you should always call us first. Once you talk to us, you will realize why we are one of the top bail bond companies in the state of Virginia.

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Dee’s Bail Bonds frequently posts bail bonds in Hopewell, Virginia. Riverside Regional Jail inmates are able to post bond 24 hours a day. Even if your friend or loved one is given a bond after they are arrested, it will take a few hours before they are released. Sometimes it can get quite busy, as it is one of the largest jails in Virginia. It serves seven counties: Charles City, Surry, Chesterfield, Prince George, Hopewell, Petersburg and Colonial Heights. Riverside Regional Jail also houses federal inmates.

RIVERSIDE REGIONAL JAIL BAIL

Call us before heading to the jail. Bail bonds at Riverside Jail in Hopewell, Virginia, can be extremely slow. If your friend or loved one is given a bond at court, it will be that evening before we can post the bond. We can’t control that part. Once the bond is ready to post, we will call you and we will meet you at the bottom of the stairs in front of the jail. The magistrate’s office is located at the top of the stairs to the left. Unfortunately, citizens are not allowed in the magistrate’s office anymore, so you will have to wait at the door for us.

Contact Information

  • Address: 500 FOLAR Trail North Prince George, VA 23860
  • *If you miss the green and white sign for Riverside Regional Jail, you will run into the federal prison, which is next door to the jail. The prison guards will point you in the right direction.*
  • Email Rivierside Regional Jail

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