Berkeley County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Berkeley County SC 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.

A Bail Bonds Stoney Landing Road Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-761-1457

A Bail Bonds 730 W 1st North St Summerville SC 29483 843-871-6653

A Bail For You 402 S Live Oak Dr Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-761-2222

A-AAA Bail Bonds 104 Pine St Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-761-1717

A1 Post Bail Bonds 745 Charleston 0900 Bethera SC 29430 843-761-6339

Advance Bail Bonds 8401 Old Carriage Ct North Charleston SC 29420 843-552-7004

All Star Bonding PO Box 606 Bonneau SC 29431 843-899-7055

Bailing 843 7695 Kinston St North Charleston SC 29418 843-767-7795

Bailing 843 1103 Bradley Daniel Blvd Summerville SC 29483 843-771-9071

Bennett Bail Bonds 125 West Main Street Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-899-9355

Check Out Bailbonding 157 Darcy Avenue Goose Creek SC 29445 843-572-1110

Ernest Davis Bonding 103 Broughton Road Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-899-9111

Hamilton Bail Bondsman 107b Pine St Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-899-6677

Wrenn Bail Bonds 354 Reynold Ct Moncks Corner SC 29461 843-899-7222

Miss Margarets Bail Bonds Bail Bonds 119 Craven Road Ladson SC 29456 16.4 miles from Berkeley County 843-572-2932

Ernest M Smith Bail Bonds 305 West 2nd North Street Summerville SC 29483 18.1 miles from Berkeley County 843-875-0199

AAngelicas Bail Bond 4365 Dorchester Rd North Charleston SC 29405 21.0 miles from Berkeley County 843-460-3955

All City Bail Bonds 2621 Ferrara Dr North Charleston SC 29405 21.0 miles from Berkeley County 843-779-0797

G Q Waddy Bonding 2903 Spruill Ave North Charleston SC 29405 21.0 miles from Berkeley County 843-744-0100

Safety Bail Bond 1430 Meeting Street Rd North Charleston SC 29405 21.0 miles from Berkeley County 843-723-8817

About Bail Bonds

A bail bond is a signed promise by a defendant to pay an amount assigned by the court if the defendant fails to appear for his or her trial. Bail bonds are used in both criminal and civil courts.

Once a defendant signs a bail bond, he or she is released from police custody until the trial. If the defendant fails to appear, the court will issue a warrant for the defendant's arrest and the amount of the bond will be forfeited to the court.