Muskegon County Bail Bonds Agent

If you need help with Muskegon County bail bonds – Call Christine’s Bail Bonds first. Our Bail Agents are professional, discreet, and punctual. Please Call (616) 234-8000 Today.

Posting Muskegon County bail bonds is a little different process than most jails. During normal business hours bail bonds are posted inside the Muskegon County Courthouse. During any other times of the day and night; bail bonds are posted directly at the Muskegon County Jail, entering from the north side of the building.

The average time to post a bail bond in Muskegon County is usually 30-60 minutes. No bail bonds may be posted between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. due to shift changes and court updates. Christine’s Bail Bonds will assist you through the entire process and will explain everything in detail. This is not a pleasant experience for most. Be assured that Christine’s Bail Bonds will be there to ease and comfort you with any unknowns or concern you might have.

Muskegon County Inmate Lookup

 

Information About the Muskegon County Legal System

Muskegon County Courthouse

This is the entrance used to post bail bonds in Muskegon County during normal business hours.

 

Muskegon County Jail

This entrance is on the north side of Muskegon County Courthouse. Bail Bonds are to be posted at this entrance outside of normal business hours.

 

 

Muskegon County Jail

One of Michigan’s spectacular rags-to-riches millionaires, lumberman Charles Hackley was Born in Michigan City, Indiana in 1837. Charles left high school at age 15 first to build roads and then worked in the newly developing lumber industry in western Michigan. As a teenager and young adult, he learned saw milling and the buying and selling of pine trees first hand. By the 1870s, he had his own company and during the 1880s his mills produced an average of 30 million board feet per year, which helped make Michigan the top lumber state in the nation.

Charles Hackley used much of his $12 million fortune to help his new Hometown City of Muskegon and helped meet the needs of a population that doubled in 1870s and then again in the 1880s.