How can I get someone out of the Owasso Jail?
There are several ways to get someone out of jail. The person has to be sober, and eligible for bond. A bond is a cash deposit to guarantee that someone will appear on their court date. If they do not show up for court, their bond is forfeited to the court. If they do show up for court, their bond may be returned to the person who posted it. For more information on the bonding process, contact the Owasso Court Clerk at 918-376-1550.

Here are the methods of getting someone out of jail:
  • Pay the full amount of their bond. Either in cash, (exact change required) or by credit card. If the prisoner shows up for court, the bond may be returned to the person who posted it. (You must contact the Court Clerk!)
  • Contact a bondsman. The bondsman may charge you whatever amount you both agree on. The money given to a bondsman will not be returned to you. The bondsman will sign paperwork to have the prisoner released.
  • Contact an attorney. The attorney can sign for the prisoner and the prisoner will be released. Again, the fee the attorney charges you will not be returned by the court, and is negotiated between you and the attorney.
  • Wait 10 days. Owasso is a 10-day holding facility. We must release a prisoner after 10 days of incarceration.

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