Bailing an Inmate out of Jail 

  If you wish to bail an Inmate out of the Richland County Jail but are unable to drive to Richland County, you can post the bail remotely by calling Courtmoney at 1-800-352-9870.
The Courtmoney agent will request a six digit county code, that code is IL 13706.
    You will need to have the following information;

1.    Name of the County that has issued the warrant.
2.    Defendant's name
3.    Defendant's date of birth
4.    Booking number
5.    Bail amount.

If you do not know the above information required, please call the Richland County Detention Center at 618-395-7483 and the corrections staff will provide you with the needed information.

    Once you have completed the above, Courtmoney will fax the  information to Richland County Detention Center. The Defendant will be given a court date and released from Jail usually within 30 minutes. 

   Courtmoney is the company that provides this service for the Richland County Detention Center as well as many other counties in the state of Illinois. Courtmoney charges a fee of 7% of the total bond for this service. Richland County does not receive any portion of this fee.

 Courtmoney accepts all major credit cards and debit cards, this service is available 24 hours a day seven days a week.

    If a Defendant is in the Richland County Jail on charges from a state other than Illinois, we will not be able to accept bond on those charges.  The bond must be posted in the state and county that has issued the warrant. A notice is then sent to the Richland County Detention Center instructing us to release the Defendant.  

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