Driving under the influence of alcohol and / or drugs is charged as a gross misdemeanor in Washington State. When charged with this offense, you will be subject to both a criminal proceeding and an administrative action from the Department of Licensing. Bail Bonds for DUI’s can vary depending on a lot If your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) exceeded .15 percent or you have multiple alcohol offenses you will face a higher bail bond.  You may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle at your own expense and on occasion you may have to also wear a alcohol monitoring device.


Penalties for a first-time DUI regardless of the bail bond amount assigned will result in mandatory jail time of one day, not to exceed one year. If your BAC exceeded .15 percent, your mandatory jail time is two days. Electronic home monitoring for 15 to 30 days in lieu of incarceration may also be ordered, depending on your BAC. You may also be subject to a mandatory alcohol or drug abuse treatment program.

If you’re charged with a DUI’s give 2nd Chance Bail Bonds a call today.  We work hard to ensure that our clients are handled professionally and with care at all times, because we understand how stressful times when loved one are incarcerated and you just need a bail bond.  Don’t leave a love one stranded in the jail, call us today!  We will meet you right at the jail to post your bail bond and get your loved one their Key to Freedom!

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How Do Bail Bonds Work?

The arrest of a friend or family member can be very stressful.  With our state of the art bail bond process you can complete the majority of the bail bond paperwork electronically.  Our bail staff of professional bail bondsmen are mobile 24 hours 7 days a week.  We come to you, treat you like family and explain the entire bail bond release process to you.  In most cases you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to get your loved one released.  Once at the Island County Jail we will post a bail bond for you loved one.  The process of release can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours for release depending on how busy the Island County Jail is.

Once your loved one is released from the Island County Jail on our bail bond, they will need to contact our office within 24 hours of release to complete their portion of the bail bond paperwork

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