Delaware county jail - information from a columbus criminal defense attorney


The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office maintains the jail in Delaware, Ohio. Read below to get an understanding about persons held in custody and how to help get them out of Delaware County and other Central Ohio jails. The best defense begins with a defense lawyer fighting your case before you ever go to court. 

Delaware County Jail

844 U.S. 42 North
Delaware, Ohio 43015
740-833-2840 (Phone)


frequently asked questions about Delaware county jail

Why is the person in custody?
You can access the court’s online public records site to find out what the charge is that has caused a warrant to be issued for the defendant.

Delaware County misdemeanor search here:
Delaware County felony search here:

If you are unable to find a case online in the Delaware Court system, it is possible the case has not yet been filed or that the warrant originates from another county or even another state.

Can a bond be posted to have them released (and do you need a bail bondsman)?
It depends on the situation. Make sure you are not spending more than you have to by speaking to an attorney before you post a bond.

How do you post a bond?
Bond money must be posted for arrests at the clerk’s office of the courthouse where the warrant originated.

Delaware County Municipal Court here:
Delaware County Common Pleas here:


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Brandon Shroy has spent years defending and helping clients with bail bonds and release from jail in Central Ohio.

As your attorney, Brandon Shroy will utilize his extensive criminal defense experience and leverage his reputation as an aggressive litigator to fight on your behalf and deliver the best possible outcome.

Brandon practices in all Central Ohio courts including the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, the Courts of Common Pleas, Municipal courts and Mayor's courts.


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