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Sorry, But there is No Commercial Bail In the entire State of Wisconsin.


We only handle Wisconsin Immigration and Federal Court bonds at this time and of course any bail bond elsewhere in just about any other State.

If we may help you with a person that is being detained outside of Wisconsin State, please feel free to call us immediately at 1-800-980-2245.

What is Meant by “No Commercial State Bail” ?

This means that if you need to bail someone out of jail in this state you must go directly to the jail your loved is being detained at and pay cash at the jail in person. Unfortunately even bail bondsmen from other states will not be able to help you. Another alternative would be to contact a criminal defense attorney in the State of Wisconsin for help. See link below.

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