Loudoun County Bail Bonds
Loudon County Process
Arrested individuals in Loudoun County may be taken to the Eastern Loudoun Station or directly to the Adult Detention center. The Adult Detention Center, the Loudoun County Magistrate’s Office and the jail are all located within the same compound at 42035 Loudoun Center Pl, Leesburg, VA 20175. If arrested, you will only see a Magistrate at this compound and not the substation.
Eastern Loudoun Station located at
46620 East Frederick Drive
Sterling, VA 20164
Loudoun County also has three Town Police Departments as follows:
Leesburg Police Department
65 Plaza St. N.E.
Leesburg, VA 20176
Middleburg Police Department
14 S. Madison St.
P.O. Box 187
Middleburg, VA 20118
Purcellville Police Department
125 E. Hirst Rd.
Purcellville, VA 20132
The Loudoun County Adult Detention Center is the central receiving point for adults arrested in the Loudoun County area. Magistrates provide services on an around-the-clock basis, conducting hearings in person or through the use of videoconferencing.
Loudoun County Detention Center
Loudoun County Adult Detention Center is located at 42035 Loudoun Center Place, Leesburg, VA 20175. They can be contacted at 703-777-0405.
The jail has been open since June 2007 and houses the Adult Detention Center, administrative offices, and the Magistrate’s office all in the same compound. The detention center services Maximum, Medium, and Minimum security level inmates.
Visiting hours are as follows:
- female inmates may be visited on Mondays from 7 pm-9 pm or Saturdays from 7 am-11 am
- male inmates whose last name starts with the letters A-G may be visited on Tuesdays from 7 pm-9 pm or Saturdays from 1 pm-3 pm
- male inmates with last names that start with letters H-Q may be visited on Wednesdays from 7 pm-9 pm and Sundays from 9 am-11 am
- male inmates with last names that start with R-Z may be visited on Thursdays from 7 pm-9 pm and Sundays from 1 pm-3 pm.
For more information, visit the adult detention center’s website at www.loudoun.gov, Office of the Sheriff, Corrections/Court Services Division.
When an arrestee is moved to a new facility, they must be processed into the system. During the processing time, a bail bond may not be processed by the jail. Our agents can help you understand how the bail bond process is handled based on the location of the inmate.
Requirements to Admission to Bail (Virginia Bail Bonding laws)
When arrested on a criminal misdemeanor or felony charge, defendants are brought in front of the magistrate for the purpose of a bond hearing. Magistrates decide the terms of bail according to these criteria.
The magistrate may release the accused on a written promise to appear in court with or without an unsecured bail bond. However, if the magistrate is not reasonably sure that the accused will appear for trial, he or she has the discretion to require the execution of a bail bond with surety in a reasonable amount and impose such other conditions deemed reasonably necessary to ensure appearance at trial. The monetary sum of the bail bond can be forfeited if the accused fails to appear in court or violates any condition of bail. If the accused poses an unreasonable danger to him or others, or if it is likely that the accused will not appear in court, the magistrate may hold the accused in jail without bail.
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