Madison County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Madison County IN 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.

24/7 Bail Bonds Seven Bail Bonds 1309 Nichol Ave Anderson IN 46016 765-622-1233

A & C Bonding-Amanda Ancil 2926 East 8th Street Anderson IN 46012 765-644-3733

A AAAAA Ball Bonds Muncie 100 E 11th St Anderson IN 46016 765-642-2450

AAA Catrons Bail Bonds 310 South Anderson Street Elwood IN 46036 765-552-2455

Abbotts Bail Bonds 510 Branch Street Anderson IN 46011 765-459-0553

America Bonding 1007 Chestnut St Anderson IN 46012 317-773-3800

America Bonding Company 1000 Main St Anderson IN 46016 765-640-1100

Anderson Bail Bonds 1815 Oakwood Drive Anderson IN 46011 765-608-9335

Bad Boys Bail Bonds 310 Alexandria Pike Anderson IN 46012 765-724-2663

Bail Bonds Brummet 3628 Columbus Ave Anderson IN 46013 765-643-9999

Bats Bail Bonds 130 E 7th St Anderson IN 46016 765-644-5251

Hathcoat Bail Bonds 123 North John Street Pendleton IN 46064 765-274-6326

Jackson Bail Bonds 2223 Nichol Avenue Anderson IN 46016 765-642-5057

Streatys Bail Bonds 612 W 6th St Alexandria IN 46001 765-282-4535

Woods Bail Bonds 3112 Sheridan S Anderson IN 46016 765-644-0400

You Walk Bail Bonds Agency 121 E 11th St Anderson IN 46016 765-649-7181

Around The Clock Bail Bonding 17980 Cumberland Road Noblesville IN 46060 16.5 miles from Madison County 317-773-2880

A Bail Bonds 510 Brach St Noblesville IN 46060 17.4 miles from Madison County 317-773-8133

Merideth Mark Bail Bonds 2005 Cherry St Noblesville IN 46060 17.4 miles from Madison County 317-773-9666

Murellos Uptown Bail Bond 654 Logan St Noblesville IN 46060 17.4 miles from Madison County 317-919-2489

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.