If you have a loved one in Jefferson County Jail, it is important to understand that you are not alone during this confusing and stressful time. Your attorney will work hard to make sure that your loved one is released as quickly as possible and will guide both of you through the rest of the legal process.
Once someone is booked into jail, they will be set bail. It is important to understand how bail works in order to get your loved one released. Wisconsin is unique in that is does not have a for-profit bail bond industry. This means that instead of going through a bondsman, you will need to make bail in another way. For example:
If your loved one is booked in Jefferson County Jail, you may visit him or her during specific times. The visitation hours vary based on the first letter of the defendant’s last name, so be sure to call the jail for scheduled times before you plan. All visitors must register with valid identification, and no one under 18 is allowed to visit unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
You can visit Jefferson County Jail at 411 S. Center Ave. in Jefferson, Wisconsin. To obtain information directly form the jail, call (920) 674-7310.
We understand how difficult and confusing it can be dealing with the legal process and want to help. By working with one of the attorneys at Tracey Wood & Associates, you can rest assured that your loved one will receive the best legal counsel possible. To learn more about your options and schedule a free review of your case, contact us today.