Search for Ashville, AL bail bonds and search free public bail bonds records. Bail bondsman, agents, hotlines, and bonding companies provide services which help individuals get out of jail by postings bonds and surety services.
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Ashville Bail bonds contain important information, including the defendant's name, the criminal charge, and the amount of the bail in Ashville, AL. Bail bonds are filed with the Ashville Criminal Court and are available to the public through St. Clair County Court records. These records may also be available from Ashville Bail Companies; however, these records may be confidential and only available to the bonded individual.Ashville Criminal Records
When a bail bond is issued, the Ashville Court setting bail issues a bail ticket to the Ashville Police Department, or to the St. Clair County jail or prison holding the defendant. Bail records can thus be found in Ashville Court records, as well as in records maintained by the Ashville Police, jail, or prison. Criminal bail records may also be obtained from the Clerk's Office in St. Clair County.Ashville Court Records
The best way to locate a bail bond is to perform an Ashville court records search. If you know the defendant's name and the court handing the defendant's case, you can use the online tools available on this site to find the individual's court record. The Ashville Court record will contain information on the bail, including the amount and whether the defendant appeared in court or defaulted on the bail.Ashville Jail Records
Ashville jails and prisons also have records of the bail tickets they have received. St. Clair County may provide online access to Ashville jail and prison records, which will list the defendant's bond amount. You may also be able to contact the law enforcement office directly for information on a bail bond.Contact Ashville Government Offices
Online databases can provide Ashville bail bond information. The Ashville prison system and St. Clair County Clerk's office may maintain a database for bail bond information. If you know the defendant's name, you can determine the amount of the bail and the criminal charge. For records not available online, you may need to call, email or visit the Ashville Police Department, Ashville Criminal Court, or Ashville jails or prison handling the case. Public Ashville bail records may also be available from the Alabama Bail Bonds Agent that provided the bond.