Yavapai County Jail - Camp Verde Detention Center Inmate Bail & Bonds

How do Bail Bonds work at Yavapai County Jail - Camp Verde Detention Center

Bail is the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial on condition that a sum of cash money be lodged to guarantee their appearance in Yavapai County Court in Campe Verde, Arizona.

Once the defendant is booked and filed for arrest, a custody and bail hearing will be scheduled, usually within 48 hours.

At the hearing the judge may issue a bail or bond amount. This bail or bond is a refundable sum of cash money paid to the court to provide incentive for the defendant to attend all scheduled court hearings.

Once an inmate at Yavapai County Jail knows their bond, you can post the bond online through GovPayNet.

Credit Cards Accepted:

  • Visa (credit or debit)
  • Mastercard (credit or debit)
  • Discover
  • American Express

To make a payment, you will need the following:

  • Pay Location Code (PLC #): A001YN
  • Payment Amount
  • Name of Arrestee/Defendant for whom payment is being paid

Need help? Call 1-877-EZBAIL5 to speak to a GovPayNet Criminal Justice Specialist.

To pay by phone, call:
1-877-EZBAIL5 or 1-877-392-2455 and use PLC# A001YN

Who can post Bail or Bond for a Defendant at Yavapai County Jail - Camp Verde Detention Center?

Anyone over the age of 18 who can produce a valid government-issued photo ID can post bail. Accepted forms of ID include a Photo Driver's License, Passport, or Motor Vehicle issued ID.

In many circumstances, if the defendant has the resources, they can post their own cash bail from jail.

Surety Bonds are arranged by a third party, typically a Arizona state licensed Bail Bond firm.

Juveniles may only be bailed or bonded out of custody by a parent or legal guardian.

How are Bail or Bond Amounts decided in the city of Campe Verde, in Yavapai County, state of Arizona

As a general rule, a judge will most likely set a higher bail or bond for more serious crimes and a lower amount for less serious crimes. Other factors may include, but are not limited to:

  • The nature and circumstances of the offense
  • The defendant's record of previous convictions
  • The defendant's past record of appearance in court after being admitted to bail
  • The defendant's family ties
  • The defendant's employment record
  • The defendant's financial resources
  • The defendant's character and mental condition
  • The defendant's community ties

What happens to my Bail or Collateral if the Defendant misses Court?

The Judge may order a failure to appear warrant for the person's arrest or the Judge may order a Bail Commissioner's Letter be issued that will be sent to the person with a new court date.

If cash bail was paid, the entire amount may be forfeited.