Cabarrus County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Cabarrus County NC 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.

1St Choice Bonding & Surety 314 Church Street North Concord NC 28025 704-490-4788

A Way Out Bail Bonding 240 Church St NE Concord NC 28025 704-721-0013

All County Bail Bonds 4365 Highway 49 S # 500-300 Harrisburg NC 28075 704-456-2197

Angels Bail Bonding 405 W 9Th St Kannapolis NC 28081 704-933-9920

Bail Bonds By Mike 1010 Van Gogh Drive Southwest Concord NC 28027 704-785-8392

Big Puns Bailbonds 4943 Highway 49 S Harrisburg NC 28075 980-222-3897

Black Jack Bail Bonding 80 Union St S Concord NC 28025 704-786-3550

Bost Bail Bonds 90 Union Street South Concord NC 28025 704-727-8554

Bradshaw-Wise Bail Bonds 17 Cabarrus Ave W Concord NC 28025 704-782-3010

Central Bail 5833 Mahogany Pl SW Concord NC 28025 704-783-0940

First Class Bail Bonds 1 Buffalo Ave Nw Concord NC 28025 704-786-2245

Ken Davis Bail Bonding PO Box 683 Kannapolis NC 28082 704-933-2255

Professional Bonding 10 Cabarrus Ave W Concord NC 28025 704-792-1265

Roseman Bail Bonding 109 Corban Avenue Southwest Concord NC 28025 704-784-3172

Stowes Bonding 82 Union St S Ste A Concord NC 28025 704-782-7611

Us Bonding 82A Union Street S Concord NC 28025 704-795-0313

A Action Bail Bonds 1114 Brown Heights Ln China Grove NC 28023 12.8 miles from Cabarrus County 704-855-1672

A Approved Bonding Service 8401 University Executive Park Drive Charlotte NC 28262 12.8 miles from Cabarrus County 704-334-6296

Delapp Surety Enterprises 8401 University Executive Park Drive Charlotte NC 28262 12.8 miles from Cabarrus County 704-548-9884

Alberts Bail Bond 5913 Farm Pond Lane Charlotte NC 28212 16.6 miles from Cabarrus County 704-566-6773

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.