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How to begin the bail bond release process?
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 Having the following information will quicken the bond release process. It’s O.K. if you are missing or do not have all the information below, just advise the bail agent who will be glad to help you.
1. The arrestee’s full name and date of birth ?
2. The jail name and city or state ?
3. The date arrested ?
4. The amount of bail ?

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Oregon bail laws

Defendant only can be released from custody on conditional release, deposit bond, or on his own recognizance (i.e., no surety bonds).  Or. Rev. Stat.§§135.255, .260, .265.  In State v. Epps, 585 P .2nd 425 (Or. 1978), the Oregon Supreme court abolished the broad common law rights of bounty hunters and bond agents, and applied the Uniform Criminal Extradition Act to bounty hunters seeking take defendants over state lines.

 
 

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