IDOC offender search

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Contact IDOC

Website: www2.illinois.gov/idoc/
Address:
Springfield
1301 Concordia Court, Springfield, IL 62794-9277
Phone: (217) 558-2200
Chicago
James R. Thompson Center
100 West Randolph, Chicago, IL 60601

Illinois Bail Bonds

Illinois is one of the few states in which bail bonds have not been legalized, it does not allow private bail bondsmen to work with bail bonds. Nor do they allow surety bail either. They must be obtained through the state, county or local jurisdictions. You will need to be able to work with the courts to post bail and they will usually require you to post at least 10% of the amount. Typically you will need to go to the detention facility where the defendant is help.

How do I get someone out of jail in illinois?
We recommend that you email bail agents and see what resources they have in Illinois. At the minimum, they can usually refer you to a local Illinois criminal defense lawyer who can advise you. Or contact your local court or the jail in which the person is held for more information about release.