Madison County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Madison County 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.

1 Time Bail Bonding 1251 Washington St NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-513-8105

24 Hour Bail Bonding 203 Oakwood Ave NE Huntsville AL 35811 256-801-8632

A Able American Bail Bond Co 600 Wheeler Ave NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-964-3622

A Action Bail Bond 1799 University Drive Northwest Huntsville AL 35801 256-536-9919

AA Easy Out Bail Bonds 1802 University Dr NW Suite B Huntsville AL 35811 256-203-5651

Alabama Bonds Fast 700 Arcadia Cir NW Ste A Huntsville AL 35801 256-880-3882

All-Out Bail Bonds 1803 University Dr NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-518-9500

Alternative Justice Bail Bonding 1407 Jordan Lane Huntsville AL 35816 256-797-2481

Bad Boys Bail Bonding 2519 Memorial Pkwy NW Ste B Huntsville AL 35810 256-536-5500

Big Ls Bail Bonds 702 Arcadia Cir NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-489-4574

Bond James Bond 1805 University Dr NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-564-7077

Free Me Bail Bonding A 700 Pratt Ave NW Ste B2 Huntsville AL 35801 256-534-1666

Freebird Bail Bond & Surety 2008 Memorial Pky Sw Huntsville AL 35801 256-535-6066

Jailbusters 1216 Memorial Pkwy NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-539-7788

Jailbusters Of Madison County 1216 Memorial Parkway Northwest Huntsville AL 35816 256-534-4444

Kompound Bail Bonding 1100 Jordan Ln NW # B Huntsville AL 35816 256-489-0377

Liberty Bail Bond Co 616 Pratt Avenue Northwest Huntsville AL 35801 256-536-6955

Mugshots Bail Bonds 3801 Triana Boulevard Southwest Suite 8 Huntsville AL 35805 256-489-1464

Rocket City Bail Bonding 1847 University Drive NW Huntsville AL 35816 256-527-7820

Three Sisters Bonding Company 700 Pratt Ave NW Huntsville AL 35801 256-534-5558

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.