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Craven Bail Bond Agency has been serving Coshocton, Coshocton County, and all of Ohio in the bail bond business for 40 years. Our team of professional bail agents provides fast, confidential service, and we serve all local, state, and nationwide courts.
Craven Bail Bonds was established in 1978, and our fundamental philosophy that has guided us over the last 40 years can be summed up in our slogan. Compassion, Honesty & Respect. Every member of the Craven Bail Bonds team that you may encounter has agreed to these principles, and excersize them on a daily basis.
Financing Bail in Coshocton, Coshocton County, OH
For over 40 years Craven Bail Bonds has been working with our client budgets to ensure that together we come up with a fair and affordable payment plan as needed. Incarceration by itself is a financial strain for those involved, and we understand that.
Craven Bail Bonds offers the easiest payment plans available with low down payments. We promise all of our clients that we will always practice Compassion, Honesty & Respect.
Here at Craven Bail Bonds we offer free AND confidential bail bond consultations. We are experts in the Coshocton, and Coshocton County court systems because that’s our job, so we can ensure our clients know their rights and responsibilities. Our clients know that we exercise Compassion, Honesty & Respect at all times.
Coshocton County Jail
328 Chestnut Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 US
Coshocton County Common Pleas Court
318 Main St
Coshocton, OH 43812
In 1764, Colonel Henry Bouquet established the site of what is now Coshocton. In 1811, the County was founded and the town became the county seat – they both took the name of COSHOCTON, an Indian name meaning “Black Bear Town.”
During the early years of the county, sessions of Court and other county business were conducted in rented rooms, as no courthouse or other county building was in existence. When the court square was cleared 1819, a log house was built to serve as the county courthouse. A second two-story courthouse was constructed in 1824 at a cost of $1,984.00. A belfry was added to the new courthouse in 1834. The courthouse bell was forged in Pennsylvania and transported from Cleveland on the Ohio Erie Canal to Roscoe Village. The bell was later installed in the present courthouse where it adorns the roof along side the historical four sided clock that to this day keeps perfect time in the stately clock tower.
Architects Carpenter and Williams of Meadville, Pennsylvania and contractor S. Harold & Company of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania built the present Coshocton County Courthouse from 1873 to 1875 at a cost of $65,597.00. The total cost was approximately $100,000.00 when furnishings and finery were complete. Most, if not all, offices of Coshocton County government were housed there. Until recently, transom windows displayed the locations of the County Engineer and County Recorder. Lettering designating the Men’s Witness Room and Ladies Witness Room is still in place today.
The Second Empire Architecture Style Courthouse is crowned with a mansard roof containing elaborate dormer windows. The five-story clock tower is crowned with an ornate iron cresting.
The interior transverse hallways are flanked with two, open cast iron stairways. The courtroom is blessed with a breathtaking mural painted in 1908 by renowned artist Arthur William Wolfle. The mural, Wolfle’s first canvas painting, is thirty feet long, five feet high,and of magnificent color. The painting depicts the famous signing of the peace treaty by British Colonel Henry Bouquet and the Delaware Indians near the Coshocton County Walhonding River in November, 1764.
The courthouse was dedicated to the citizens of the Coshocton County in July, 1875, and remodeled in 1954. Today, it still continues serving as an iconic hub of the county, and holds records dating to 1811.
This history of the Coshocton County Courthouse was contributed by Irene Miller, former Clerk of Court. Irene is an ardent enthusiast and protector of all things “Coshocton”. She has spent countless hours collecting historical artifacts and photographs relating to the Courthouse, and has worked tirelessly to preserve the historical integrity of the Courthouse and surrounding grounds.
We do not waste our clients time when it comes to getting themselves or someone they care about, out of jail in Coshocton County Ohio. EVERY time you call Craven Bail Bonds, one of our Bail Agents will be answering the phone, and they will give you the help you need.
Craven Bail Bonds has been writing criminal bail bonds in Coshocton County Ohio for over 40 years now. We also handle DUI and Traffic Bail Bonds. We assure all of our clients, we exercise Compassion, Honesty & Respect.
Craven Bail Bonds has been writing DUI and Traffic Bail Bonds in Coshocton County Ohio for over 40 years now. We also provide Criminal Bail Bonds as well. We assure all of our clients, we exercise Compassion, Honesty & Respect.
We Serve All 88 Ohio Counties
Craven Bail Bonds serves all 88 counties in Ohio. No matter your location we can serve your bail bond needs and we’re open 24 / 7! Call anytime, and you call will be answered by one of our certified Bail Bond Agents. We don’t waste your time.
We also provide Nationwide Bail Bond Service.
John Craven Bail Bond Agency has been serving all of Ohio in the bail bond business for 35 years. Our team of professional bail agents provides fast, confidential service, and we serve all local, state, and nationwide courts.
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109 N. Fountain Ave.,
Springfield, OH 45502
Established in 1978.