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Bail Bonds in Williston with 10 Minute Bail Bonds is easier than you think. When you experience a situation that requires a bail bond, everything can change – we know that at 10-Minute Bail Bonds. With more than 16 years of courtroom experience, you can focus on an effortless application process, instead of finding yourself overwhelmed and worried about your loved one being in jail.

If you have a friend, family member, or even a co-worker that has been arrested for allegedly committing a crime, or several crimes, in Williston, they are taken to the Williams County Detention Center. You can contact them at 701-577-4585 to see if a bond has been set in their case, or you can leave that to us. 

The Bail Process

 At 10-Minute Bail Bonds, we know you may have a lot of questions, and we will do our best to answer them for you, regarding the bail process. Regarding questions about what you should do about the charge itself, we can't offer legal advice, but there are several attorneys in Williston that offer a free initial consultation. Unfortunately, the state prohibits us from recommending a specific attorney.


We will work with you and the Defendant to get them bonded out as quickly as possible, however, you should be aware of possible delays that may result while processing a bond. The jail in Williston has set times where it is very difficult to post a bond. Usually during meals, their 24/7 sobriety program testing, medicine and commissary handout, and lockdown are the most difficult times to post bonds.

Types of Bonds

There are 3 classifications of Surety Bonds that you should be aware of. If a Defendant calls us from the jail, we let them know of the 3 options they have regarding using us for their bond. The first is a "FULL COLLATERAL BOND", the second is a "CO-SIGNER BOND" and the third is a "CO-SIGNER PARTIALLY SECURED BOND". Details of these bond classifications are below:


FULL COLLATERAL BONDS: If an agent advises you that a bond is "full collateral" that means that either the Defendant doesn't have a qualified co-signer, has limited address/employment in the Williston area, or has a previous record of failing to appear for court. In this situation, we would be required to take the full amount of the bond, plus the bail bond "premium" either by cash, money order, certified bank draft, wire, credit or debit card. No checks are allowed. When the case is closed, providing the Defendant has made all required court appearances, the bond amount (collateral) is refunded back, leaving only the "premium" charge.

EXAMPLE: A bond is set at $5,000.00. We would collect the full amount of the bond, plus the premium, in this instance, let's say 20%, or $1,000.00, for a total of $6,000.00. After the case is closed as described above, the $5,000.00 would be refunded, leaving only the premium charged.

CO-SIGNER BONDS: If an agent advises you that a bond requires only a co-signer (or co-signers) that means that we will post the bond for only the premium and obtain a signature (or signatures) from one or more qualified co-signer(s) that have proven income, and employment/residence history.EXAMPLE: A bond is set at $5,000.00. We would collect the premium, in this instance let's say 20%, or $1,000.00, as well as an application from both the Defendant and any co-signer(s). After the case is closed as described above, no further payments would be owed by the Defendant or the co-signer(s).

CO-SIGNER PARTIALLY SECURED BONDS: If an agent advises you that a bond requires a co-signer and partial security, that means that the co-signer may not be fully qualified for the full bond amount, and we will require both the co-signer's information plus part collateral to be held until the case is closed as described above.EXAMPLE: A bond is set at $5,000.00. We would collect the premium, in this instance let's say 15%, or $750.00, as well as an application from both the Defendant and co-signer, and a sum between 5% and 75% of the amount of the bond, to be held until the case is closed and the Defendant has made all court hearings as described above. 

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We are available 24 hours a day, but during the late night hours, give us a call so we can meet you at the office, or better yet, we can meet you at the jail!

10-Minute Bail Bonds

3 4th St E, Williston, North Dakota 58801, United States

(701) 577-7770

Hours

Monday - Friday: 24 Hours

Saturday: 24 Hours

Sunday: 24 Hours