There are no bail bondsmen in Oregon.
Bail is accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Bail is accepted only in the form of cash, cashiers check (made out to Clatsop County Circuit Court Clerk) or money order.
There are several ways someone can be released prior to trial. One way is by posting bail. If a person has been charged with a crime or served a warrant that designates bail, the person can post bail. In most cases, inmates may have someone post 10% of the total bail to be released. If an individual has enough money in his/her commissary account to post bail, that person can self-bail. In some cases, however, full bail is required.