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How to Check Tulsa Bail Bonds Amounts and Verify Court Dates

How to Check Tulsa Bail Bonds Amounts, Status, and
Verify Court Dates
By Tulsa Bail Bondsman - A Bargain Bail Bonds of Tulsa and Sapulpa - Phone: 918-583-6600

        We always welcome your telephone call to this Tulsa Bail Bondsman - A Bargain Bail Bonds of Tulsa at (918) 583-6600, give us a call and we will check on the Tulsa Bail Bonds amounts for you.  There are several ways of check the Tulsa bail bonds amounts of a Tulsa jail inmate.  The quickest and easiest is to check the website for people in custody of the Tulsa Jail - David Moss Criminal Justice Center which is http://iic.tulsacounty.org/SearchForm.aspx   and another possibility is to call the Tulsa Jail phone number at (918) 596-8900 but it is not recommended that you call this number because the jail will be busy and there is more certainty when you click on the previous web link.  The best way is to call our office - A Bargain Bail Bonds of Tulsa and Sapulpa at  918-583-6600.  We will do our best to get back to you in a short amount of time to discuss the Tulsa Bail Bonds with you.  We usually call you back within 10-15 minutes in most cases (with some exceptions). 

        After the Tulsa jail inmate posts bail, then the court date can be verifiied by checking this website for the Tulsa County Court House which is http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/casesearch.asp   The telephone number to the Tulsa County Criminal Court Clerk is 918-596-5471.

        Unfortunately, the court dates are sometimes incorrectly stated or an error may occur and so, it is better practice to double check and triple check your court date.  You should always check the website for the matter at http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/casesearch.asp   to verify the court date or call the court clerk at 918-596-5471.

        Below is the website to check on the status of any Tulsa warrants:
https://www.tulsapolice.org/content/warrants.aspx 

        Tulsa Jail Collect Calls - Prepay:   Below is a link to establish a prepaid phone account so your phone can accept collect calls from the Tulsa County Jail. I believe it also works for cell phones: https://tponlinepay.com/portal/users/user_signup.php    Also, below is the homepage to prepay so that your telephone or cell phone will accept collect telephone calls from an inmate at the Tulsa County Jail: http://www.tponlinepay.com/  YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT ALL PHONE CALLS FROM THE JAIL ARE RECORDED AND SAVED FOR AT LEAST 3 YEARS AS EVIDENCE IN THE CASE.  ALL MAIL IN AND OUT OF THE JAIL IS COPIED AND SAVED AS EVIDENCE IN THE CASE.  Though the inmate is told this, the people on the phone seem to forget.  All inmates in jail are potential witnesses who may claim that the other inmate "confessed" to them.  No Tulsa jail inmate should discuss their case with any other inmate or on the telephone which is being recorded or by mail which is being copied and saved for use against the inmate.

        Below is the official website for the Tulsa County Jail or Tulsa City Jail or David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center - and the schedule for visitation and the rules for visitationhttp://iic.tulsacounty.org/FAQs.aspx 

        Below is the official website for commissary at the Tulsa Jail:  http://www.icaredirect.com/en-US/CorWestern/TulsaCommissary 

        It is possible to put money directly on the books of a Tulsa Jail inmate if you are not posting their Tulsa Bail Bonds.  A new touch pay electronic machine is located in the lobby of the Tulsa Jail or David Moss Criminal Justice Center at 300 N. Denver Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma.  You will need to have the Tulsa inmate identification number before you can post money onto their account.  The Tulsa jail inmate number can be found by looking it up next to their name and their pod and court date and Tulsa bail bonds are listed also at this website:  http://iic.tulsacounty.org/SearchForm.aspx

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