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By: Jennifer G.
Bustin Loose Bail Bonds
What a blessing it was to work with Tim! When my son needed a bondsman and I was out of state, Tim treated my child like his own. He was there for my kid when I couldn't be. Tim is professional and courteous and offered valuable advice. He bailed my son out of jail and even gave him a ride back to his residence. Jail was a terrifying experience for my child. Tim was the only bright spot in this horrific mess. For a reliable, genuine, and dependable bondsman, call Tim. You won't be sorry. He is a true southern gentleman.
By: emilynash30
Bustin Loose Bail Bonds
Tim was the light at the end of the tunnel when in need of immediate assistance in unexpected times. Even though I was calling him from out-of-state requesting that he post bail for my significant other who was from out of the state of Alabama as well, he worked with me for over an hour on the phone answering all of my questions and keeping me calm. He kept in touch with me throughout the entire process and went above and beyond what was required of him in this circumstance. Without any hesitance, I would recommend Bustin' Loose Bail Bonds and the owner, Tim, to assist you in any of your bonding needs.-Aaron and Emily (Nashville)
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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