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By: Chelsey G.
Martin Bail Bonds
Martin bail bonds is a fast and courteous service, and is very knowledgeable to someone has never had to you a service like this. He will work with you in any way he can and get everything you need taken care of in a quick and timely manner!
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By: Heather S.
Martin Bail Bonds
I've been using Martin Bail Bonds for 10 years or more and I am more than satisfied with the service they provide. Steve is a really good guy and will work with you as long as your straight with him.
By: antonio.gaccetta
James Bail Bonds
They are fast, friendly, helpful and have some of the best rates in the area. And they are in a prime location. Hope to never use them again, but if I need to, they're the ones to call
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By: Savannah C.
James Bail Bonds
James is awesome! Hes very efficient and proffressional. He was quick and made me feel better in this terrible situation.
By: stephanie.renee.148
James Bail Bonds
Fast, friendly, and very helpful!! Recommended to anyone in need of a bail bond.
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By: Natalie G.
Martin Bail Bonds
Super fast! Steve Fiengo is professional, fair, and honest!!
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By: Jim S.
James Bail Bonds
James Bail Bonds offers a great service at a great price!
Tips & Advices
Bail bond premiums are not refundable. These are considered payment for the bail bond agent's services.
A co-signer is a person who arranges bail for another person. This individual pledges to post bond on behalf of the agent should the defendant fail to appear in court. Similarly, a co-signer will provide payment for the bail bondsman if the defendant does not do so.
Bail is set by a judge and determined by the crime in question, the defendant's criminal history, how likely that person will or won't show up to court, and other factors.
Collateral options include but are not limited to:
  • Vehicles
  • Real estate
  • Savings
  • Investments
  • Jewelry
After a case is over, the bond is returned to the entity who posted it -- the bail bond agent or the defendant. Premiums paid to bail bondsmen generally are not returned.

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