Tallini's Rapid Bail Release
Fastest Service to the Coconino County Jail
Flagstaff Bail Bond Hotline
Tallini Bail Bonds, LLC
Phone: (928) 779-0357
Available 24/7 by request.
Normal business hours are from 6 am - 9 pm, 7 days/week,
bail bonds to the Coconino County jails in Flagstaff and Page, AZ.
602 E. Butler Ave, Ste #2
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT FLAGSTAFF BAIL BONDS
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE FOR THE DEFENDANT TO GET RELEASED? Once the
bond has been posted it generally takes between 1-2 hours for the Defendant to get released. Release times vary and are
dependant upon the jail's schedule and work load. If the jail has a lot of bookings or court releases to do, expect delays.
WHERE DO I PICK UP THE DEFENDANT? The Defendant
is released through the Jail Lobby; therefore, you may wait in the Lobby of the jail or in the parking lot.
If your vehicle was towed when the Defendant was
arrested, you will need to contact the arresting agency (Flagstaff City Police, Coconino County Sheriff, or the Department
of Public Safety). Call the Coconino County Jail at (928) 226-5245 to determine the arresting agency. Only the registered
owner of the vehicle or lien holder my take a vehicle out of impound.
MY CAR WAS IMPOUNED, WHERE CAN I PICK IT UP?
The Court generally restricts a Defendant from leaving the state of Arizona
unless permission has been otherwise granted. Permission may have been granted at the Defendant's Initial Appearance,
or permission can be obtained by filing a request with the Court after the Defendant has been released from jail. Assume nothing;
it is always best to ask the Court unless clearly indicated on the release paperwork.
CAN THE DEFENDANT LEAVE THE STATE OF
Bondsmen are forbidden
by law to recommend any one attorney. Please visit our Criminal Attorney web page for a list of Flagstaff's Best Attorneys.
I WOULD LIKE TO HIRE
A PRIVATE ATTORNEY; CAN YOU MAKE A RECOMMENDATION?
If you can't post bail, a Court can legally hold a Defendant in jail until it finally sentences the Defendant or disposes
the case. However, anything can happen. There are a couple criteria that must be met first when a Defendant is arrested that
can set the stage for an early release.
I CAN'T AFFORD TO POST BAIL, HOW LONG WILL THE DEFENDANT STAY IN JAIL?
The Defendant must be brought before a magistrate
within 24 hours of being booked into jail for an Initial Appearance (IA). If the jail cannot get the Defendant before the
judge within 24 hours for their IA, the jail must release the Defendant.
or City Attorney must file a formal complaint on the Defendant within 48 Court hours of arrest, or the defendant will be released.
Even if the Defendant gets released, because a formal complaint wasn't filed in time, the Court reserves the right to
file a complaint within 1 year for misdemeanors and 7 years for felony offenses. Keep your address current with the
If we posted the
entire Bond with your cash or you used a credit card for the full bail amount, your funds will be returned when
the Court EXONERATES the Bond and returns the funds back to us. It takes the Court about 4-6 weeks to return funds after
Disposition of the case.
WHEN DO I GET MY MONEY BACK?
*The Premium/Fees you paid for the Bond
WHEN DO I GET MY COLLATERAL BACK?
If we posted a Surety Bond on your behalf and the Court provided you with the ORDER Exonerating the Bond, we can return your
collateral at the earliest MUTUALLY convenient time. If the Court did not provide you with the ORDER than your Collateral
will not be returned until the Court sends the ORDER to us. It takes the Court about 4-6 weeks to send an Order of Exoneration.
*If we posted a Cash Bond on your behalf, or you charged a credit card
for the collateral portion of the bond, your cash will not be returned until the Court sends the funds back
The Defendant may be fined and/or arrested. If
we arrest the Defendant, the bond will be surrendered to the jail and a Motion to Exonerate Bond will be filed with the Court.
If the Bond is surrendered, the Indemnitor/Defendant will be charged a surrender fee.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE DEFENDANT DOESN'T CALL-IN WEEKLY, OR IF DEFENDANT DOESN'T CALL AFTER COURT
DATE(S) AS REQUIRED?
*Not calling-in as required is a violation of your Bail Bond Agreement and is second only in importance to attending all court
The Indemnitor/Defendant must call us immediately. We MAY revoke the Defendant's
Bond. If the Bond is revoked, a surrender fee will be charged to the Indemnitor/Defendant. Be advised, violating the
Court's Conditions of Release may result in the Court's forfeiture of the bond. You will be responsible for any loss.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE DEFENDANT VIOLATES HIS CONDITIONS OF RELEASE AND GETS ARRESTED WHILE OUT ON
Call the Court
immediately and then call your bail bondsman. If you had an accident or breakdown on the way to Court, get verification or
proof of your mishap. Generally the Court will reschedule hearings for verifiable accidents or other mishaps. If you have
had a death in the family, or other serious event and you would like to reschedule a hearing, get with the Court as soon
as possible to find out what you need to do in order to reschedule. The Court has the last word, disobeying the
Court off is not an option. If you fail to appear, the Court will forfeit the bond, a warrant will be issued for your arrest
and you and the Indemnitor will have to cover any and all losses. Rescheduling a hearing because you are hung over, want
to sleep in, or have something else you would like to do is no excuse. You are under obligation to the Court and your bondsman
to expeditiously handle any and all Court obligations RESPONSIBLY.
WHAT SHOULD I DO, I MISSED MY HEARING?
Call your bail
bondsman immediately. A Defendant is released into the custody of his bondsman. The Defendant must abide by all of his conditions
of release in order to stay on bond. You as the Indemnitor are financially obligated and bound by the Bail Bond Agreement
to deliver the Defendant to each of his hearings. If the Defendant fails to appear for a hearing or violates his Conditions
of Release, the bond may be forfeited by the Court. You will be financially liable for any and all losses incurred by the
bondsman. As the Indemnitor, you may ask your bondsman to revoke the bond if you know the Defendant has violated his
Conditions of Release or believe he/she will not go to Court. You may be charged a bond surrender fee, but it is
better to pay a lesser fee rather than lose an entire bond through the irresponsible acts of a defendant.
WHAT SHOULD I DO, THE
DEFENDANT IS VIOLATING HIS CONDITIONS OF RELEASE OR LOOKS LIKE HE MAY NOT GO TO COURT?