Madison County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Madison County MS 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 And D Bail Bonds 740 Highway 49 North Flora MS 39071 601-879-8292

A Way Out Bonding Company 479 W Peace St Canton MS 39046 601-859-0000

Al Williams Baild Bond Company 127 W North St Canton MS 39046 601-859-9033

Bonds & Assn 1085 Highway 49 Flora MS 39071 601-879-0402

Chunn Bonding 324 Highway 51 Ridgeland MS 39157 601-853-7904

Escos Bonding 274 W Peace St Canton MS 39046 601-859-1500

Flash Bail Bondsman 689 Towne Center Boulevard Ridgeland MS 39157 601-978-2490

Garrett Bail Bonding Po Box 34 Ridgeland MS 39158 601-624-8138

Liberty Bail Bonds 1076 E County Line Rd Ridgeland MS 39157 601-956-1206

Liberty Bail Bonds & Legal Services 931 Highway 51 Madison MS 39110 601-856-3373

Mississippi Bail Agents Association 451 Northpark Drive Ridgeland MS 39157 601-899-8599

Stewarts Bail Bonding 431 W Peace St Canton MS 39046 601-855-2245

Falconer Bail Bonds 907 Rutherford Drive Jackson MS 39206 19.0 miles from Madison County 601-981-3999

Dualot Bonding Company 4742 North State Street Jackson MS 39206 20.6 miles from Madison County 601-613-6403

Sentinel Surety Group 520 Vine Dr Flowood MS 39232 20.7 miles from Madison County 601-383-6167

Culberson Bonding 499 Keywood Circle Flowood MS 39232 21.3 miles from Madison County 601-939-3004

Pugh Bonding 4016 North State Street Jackson MS 39206 21.6 miles from Madison County 601-566-4051

Tri-County Bail Bonds 4016 North State Street Jackson MS 39206 21.6 miles from Madison County 601-982-4088

Cuff Crackers Bail Bonding 3669 John F Kennedy Boulevard Jackson MS 39213 22.2 miles from Madison County 601-497-4133

Boss Talker Bail Bond 402 North Flag Chapel Road Jackson MS 39209 24.3 miles from Madison County 601-922-4524

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.