Morgan County Bail Bonds Records Search

Search for Morgan 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.


A & S Bonding 1122 5th Avenue Southeast Decatur AL 35601 256-355-6825


A B C Bail Bonding 205 Oak Street Northeast Decatur AL 35601 256-301-1219

A Discount Bail Bonds 1148 County Road 88 Decatur AL 35603 256-340-9121

A1 Rapid Release 305 2nd Ave Se Decatur AL 35601 256-355-6600

AAA Better Bonds 2042 Beltline Rd SW Decatur AL 35601 256-309-5700

Abc Bail Bonding 1815 Highway 31 Sw Hartselle AL 35640 256-773-1294

Abc Bail Bonds 923 6th Ave SE Decatur AL 35601 256-301-1319

Cjs Bail Bonds 120 Lee Street Northeast Decatur AL 35601 256-340-0010

Jail Busters Of Morgan County 110 6th Avenue Northeast Decatur AL 35601 256-355-7788

Mikes Bail Bonds 107 Davis Street Northeast Decatur AL 35601 256-560-0404

Pronto Bail Bonding 401 14th Street Southeast Decatur AL 35601 256-350-2300

Riverside Bail Bond 438 Moulton Street East Decatur AL 35601 256-301-8966

Three Sisters Bonding 202 Lee St NE Decatur AL 35601 256-353-4100

Three Sisters Bonding Co 400 College St NE Hartselle AL 35640 256-773-8700

Meeks Bail Bonds 105 County Road 1145 Cullman AL 35057 18.9 miles from Morgan County 256-339-4120

#1 Bail Bonding Of Cullman County 2043 2nd Avenue Southwest Cullman AL 35055 19.0 miles from Morgan County 256-739-6999

1 Quick Bail Bonds 1310 2nd Ave NW Suite A Cullman AL 35055 19.0 miles from Morgan County 256-734-5940

A-1 Bail Bonds 1628 2nd Ave SW Cullman AL 35055 19.0 miles from Morgan County 256-736-2245

Abc Bail Bonding 311 3rd Ave Sw Cullman AL 35055 19.0 miles from Morgan County 256-737-1042

Pawn Your Bond 1506 County Road 437 Cullman AL 35055 19.0 miles from Morgan County 256-737-3739

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.