Hancock County – Findlay Bail Bonds

Hancock County Bail Bonds – Findlay Ohio

(567) 202-2734

Call us now for fast bail bonds Hancock County OH – we serve Findlay bail bonds and surrounding areas. We are a professional and highly experienced bonds company.

About Bail Bonds Hancock County and Findlay Ohio

Have you been turned down by another Findlay bail bonds company? Try us out. We qualify nearly anyone for a bail bond, because we believe that everyone has the right to wait for their court date outside of a jail cell. We know that people make mistakes, and we don’t pass judgement on anyone. We truly care about helping you to get your friend or loved one freed from jail as fast as possible, because it can be scary to wait there alone. We charge affordable rates according to what is required by state law. And, we work hard to make sure you understand the entire process from start to finish. We understand this is a difficult time, and will help you as best we can. Call a bail bondsman who will be an ally as you start your journey into the criminal justice process.

Bail Bonds Hancock County – Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to have good credit?

No, in fact, we do not require credit checks!

How can I pay?

We accept most methods of payment, including: Credit/debit, Western Union or Moneygram, Personal checks, or bank transfers. We also offer payment plans.

Am I resposible for paying the entire bail bond?

No – as long as the defendant shows up for their court dates. If the defendant misses a court date, the defendant and indemnitor will become responsbile for the cost of the entire bail bond plus any fees incured. Make sure that you trust accused before you sign to become the contractual indemnitor!

Do you require collateral?

In nearly all cases, we do not require collateral! We are there to help when other bondsman have turned you down.

What if I live out of state?

If you reside out of state, don’t worry, we can still process your bail bond with no problems.


 

Learn about Findlay and Hancock County Ohio

About Hancock County

This county received its name from an important founding father of the United States: John Hancock, the first signer of the Declaration of Independence. It was established in 1828, and originally included only the Findlay Township. Additional townships were added throughout the years. In 1884, there was a boom, because natural gas was discovered in 1884 (at the site of the current Hancock County Fairgrounds). By the year 1886, there were 17 wells – later that same year, the great Karg was discovered, and the area became infamous. People came from all directions, bringing many different industries with them. Warehouses and plants were built, which added greatly to the county and city of Findlay. Findlay itself had been established earlier. In 1812, a colonel named James Findlay built a fort on the banks of the Blanchard River (he named it Fort Findlay) and left a small garrison there while on his way through the area. In 1821, a man named Wilson Vance took steps toward creating the town (eventually, he was the city’s first postmaster). The 1920’s was the golden years for the area. The depression was brief, and due to new industry in the area, the population was growing. The car industry began to boom in the area. The Adams Brothers Co. make trucks in the city for around 6 years. After an enthusiastic response at a car show in Chicago, demand for it increased. Another car company, the Findlay Motor Car Co. made cars in the area as well for a few years. The area grew through these years. In fact, during the 30’s, the city even had its own professional baseball team! Many famous people have come from Findlay, including astronomer William Wallace Campbell, and Delos Daniel Drake (an MLB player).

Today, the city is home to over 41,000 people. There are many activities and sights to see in the area, including parks, businesses, and multiple museums. Additionally, Findlay has many events – check out their events calendar to find a fun activity for your family!

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