Waverly Bail Bonds
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Our local Pike County bail bondsman is minutes from the local Waverly courthouses and jails! We offer to finance with a low down payment on Waverly bail bonds with no interest. We have bail bondsman and offices in all the surrounding counties. All Ohio Bail Bonds have over 100 years combined experience in doing bail bonds in Ohio.
All Ohio Bail Bonds provides exemplary customer service and conveys best business practices to our clients. Our marketing approach is focused on educating the public about their constitutional right to bail. If you have a loved one in custody and you need to get them out of jail quickly please call now. Our bail agents are available 24/7.
Stressful is the typical word that comes to mind when you or your loved one ends up in jail, and not knowing how Waverly bail bonds work can add on an extra element of frustration. Because some of our clients don’t have the means to pay 10% of their Pike County bail bonds in full, we offer flexible payment options to provide you with the opportunity to enlist our services the day they’re needed. If you can’t contribute the entire amount of your bail fee upfront (10%), you have the option of making a down payment today and funding the rest later.
Call All Ohio Bail Bonds agent to get the answers to the most common question about the bail bond process, and even go into county specific laws since bail bonds can function differently from court to court – both in how bail works and how much bail costs. Although bail bonds are commonly used after an arrest occurs, we go into all the options that might be available to you so you can be prepared to make the best decision.
The Pike County Court of Common Pleas, General Division
230 Waverly Plaza
Waverly, OH. 45690
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Judge Paul Price
Bond Schedule for Felonies Offense Charges
|Aggravated Murder or Attempt to Commit Aggravated Murder||$1,000,000.00|
|Murder or Attempt to Commit Murder||$250,000.00|
|Rape or Attempt to Commit Rape||$100,000.00|
|Felony of the First Degree (other than specified above)||$50,000.00|
|Felony of the Second Degree (other than specified above)||$40,000.00|
|Felony of the Third Degree (other than specified above)||$30,000.00|
|Felony of the Fourth Degree (other than specified above)||$20,000.00|
|Felony of the Fifth Degree (other than specified above)||$10,000.00|
|No prior convictions within six years||$1,000.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|One prior conviction within six years||$2,000.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Two prior convictions within six years||$5,000.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Driving Under Suspension||$1,000.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Leaving the Scene||$1,000.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Eluding or Fleeing||$1,000.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|1 MPH to 15 MPH over speed limitation||$110.00 (unsecured)|
|16 MPH to 25 MPH over speed limitation||$120.00 (unsecured)|
|26+ MPH over speed limitation||$165.00 (unsecured)|
|Occupant Restraining Devices - Driver||$100.00 (unsecured)|
|Occupant Restraining Devices - Passenger||$90.00 (unsecured)|
|Other minor misdemeanor traffic offenses-moving||$110.00 (unsecured)|
|Other minor misdemeanor traffic offenses-non-moving||$100.00 (unsecured)|
Bond Schedule for Other Misdemeanor Offense Charges
|Misdemeanor of the First Degree||$1,500.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Misdemeanor of the Second Degree||$750.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Misdemeanor of the Third Degree||$500.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Misdemeanor of the Fourth Degree||$250.00 (cash or surety bond required)|
|Minor Misdemeanor||$100.00 (unsecured)|
Notwithstanding any contrary provisions above relative to bail requirements for misdemeanor offense charges, the following criteria may be considered by the arresting officer or custodial officer in favor of admitting a person accused of a misdemeanor offense on bail in a lesser amount than that showed above; and, with due consideration of each criteria, the arresting or custodial officer may admit a person accused of misdemeanor offense charges on bail in a lesser amount than that shown above in this bond schedule, including personal recognizance.
- The accused has no history of failure to appear when previously required to do so in judicial proceedings.
- The accused physical, mental, or emotional condition requires his or her immediate hospitalization.
- The accused is and has been a resident of Pike County, Ohio, and is and has been regularly employed.
- The accused represents no danger to other persons or property on to the public safety in general.
- The accused will be released into the temporary custody of a responsible relative, friend, or other person.
Waverly Mayors Court
201 W. North Street
Waverly has an overall crime rate of 18 per 1,000 residents, making the crime rate here near the average for all cities and towns of all sizes in America. According to our analysis of FBI crime data, your chance of becoming a victim of crime in Waverly is 1 in 57. How does Waverly fare compare to other communities in Ohio of all population sizes? Waverly's crime rate is lower than approximately 36% of Ohio communities.
However, when you compare Waverly to other communities of similar population, then Waverly crime rate (violent and property crimes combined) is quite a bit higher than average. Regardless of how Waverly does relative to all communities in America of all sizes when we compared it to communities of similar population size, its crime rate per thousand residents stands out as higher than most.
Now let us turn to take a look at how Waverly does for violent crimes specifically, and then how it does for property crimes. This is important because the overall crime rate can be further illuminated by understanding if violent crime or property crimes (or both) are the major contributors to the general rate of crime in Waverly.
For Waverly, we found that the violent crime rate is well below the national average for all communities of all population sizes. Violent crimes such as assault, rape, murder and armed robbery happen less often in Waverly than in most of America. One's chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime here is one in 1079, which is a violent crime rate of 1 per one thousand inhabitants.
The analysis also reveals that Waverly's rate for property crime is 17 per one thousand population. This makes Waverly a place where there is an above average chance of becoming a victim of a property crime, when compared to all other communities in America of all population sizes. Property crimes are motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and burglary. Your chance of becoming a victim of any of these crimes in Waverly is one in 60.
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