Bail Bonds Sandusky, Ohio
To speak to a bail agent immediately, call (800) 372-2245
To schedule an appointment, call (419) 504-1713
Sandusky Ohio Locations Include:
Norwalk and Vermillion
- Piaje Hunter
- Akiva Hunter
- Sandusky Municipal Court
- Huron Municipal Court
- Bellevue Municipal Court
- Vermilion Municipal Court
- Erie County Common Pleas Court
Castle Bail Bonds is an Ohio-based, family-owned bail bonds company that has been helping clients and their loved ones get out of jail for over 25 years. We know that getting arrested is never planned and the bail bond process can be confusing so we provide information and support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means we’re always here to help.
You can trust that our professional and knowledgeable bail bondsmen have years of experience helping people just like you. Whether you need to be released from jail or you’re helping a loved one get out of jail to return home, we assist clients with a variety of bond services, providing immediate, convenient and confidential services any time of the day or night.
To speak with a bail agent right now call our main line at (800) 372-2245. If you want to schedule an appointment in the Sandusky area call us locally at (419) 504-1713 and we can meet you at your home or another convenient location, even the courthouse or jail if necessary. Either way, you’ll get all the answers you need to understand how bail bonds work as well as convenient and affordable options for repayment.
Getting arrested and going to jail is stressful enough, so Castle Bail Bonds works hard to make the bond process easier for you. We accept a variety of payment methods such as cash, check, credit cards, Western Union and MoneyGram. We can also set up a flexible payment plan with a low, down payment so you’re not burdened financially.
Our Sandusky, Ohio, bail bond agents work with people who have been accused of crimes such as drug or firearm possession, burglary or stolen property, assault or domestic violence, and more. We understand the complexities involved with the judicial system and recognize that each case is unique. Once released, defendants will need to attend all upcoming court dates for the bond to remain active.
Just because you can’t afford to post bail doesn’t mean you must sit in jail until your court date. After all, that could take weeks to months. Contact Castle Bail Bonds today and find out how we can help you or a loved one get out of jail.
Available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
I used another bail bondsman initially, but when I called this company with questions on the integrity of the other bondsman I was given wonderful insight on the processes and what is to be expected. I would recommend this bondsman more than the company I used. - Richard M.