Johnson County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Johnson County KS 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 Asap Bail Bonds 119 N Parker St Olathe KS 66061 913-390-5762


AAA Speedy Release Bail Bonds 316 E Santa Fe St Olathe KS 66061 913-780-5245

Able Bail 302 E Santa Fe St Olathe KS 66061 913-829-2020

Ace Bonding 102 South Cherry Street Olathe KS 66061 913-780-1022

Bail Now 5427 Johnson Dr Mission KS 66205 913-782-7890

Beamans Bail Bonding 202 East Santa Fe Street Olathe KS 66061 913-764-6160

Brian Underwood Bail Bonds PO Box 78 Bonner Springs KS 66012 913-371-3733

E Z Bailbonds 316 East Santa Fe Street Olathe KS 66061 913-780-4636

Gary Lewis Bail Bonds Po Box 6234 Leawood KS 66206 913-341-2261

Hartman & Sharp Bail Bonds 102 South Cherry Street Olathe KS 66061 913-764-1000

K C Bonding Of Kansas 106 South Cherry Street Olathe KS 66061 913-782-2220

Laura Bond 10851 Mastin Blvd Ste 1000 Overland Park KS 66210 913-451-5109

Shanes Bail Bonds 405 East Santa Fe Street Olathe KS 66061 913-780-0202

Crevier Bonding Service 20541 W Sycamore Drive Spring Hill KS 66083 8.8 miles from Johnson County 913-592-4030

Ace In The Hole Bail Bond 12930 13th Street Grandview MO 64030 16.1 miles from Johnson County 816-763-7300

Anytime Bail Bonds 605 East 164th Terrace Belton MO 64012 16.4 miles from Johnson County 816-318-3893

Cannon Bonding 612 East Walnut Street Belton MO 64012 16.4 miles from Johnson County 816-322-8191

Bail Bond Information 28 Armstrong St Kansas KS 66101 17.0 miles from Johnson County 913-233-2245

Gonzales And Gonzales Immigration Bonds 5815 Dearborn St Kansas KS 66101 17.0 miles from Johnson County 913-362-2244

Kirbys Bonding 731 Ann Avenue Kansas KS 66101 17.0 miles from Johnson County 913-621-5858

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.