Durham County Bail Bonds
A. Broadway Bail Bonds is located in Durham County. Our Bail Bonding agents are available 24 hours. In certain situations, we can offer payment plans if needed. Do not hesitate to give our bail bondsman a call at 336-266-4082. Our Bail Bonding office is minutes of the Durham County Jail.
What You Need to Know
In order for us to begin the release process we will need to collect preliminary information about the person in custody. Be prepared to provide the Defendants First & Last Name
- Defendants First & Last Name
- Defendants Birthday (The Age of the defendant will work.)
- Charges (If you do not know we will find out.)
- Jail location
- Bond Amount (If you do not know we will find out.)
Who Can Sign a Defendant Out of Jail
In most cases, the defendant will need an Indemnitor aka Cosigner to post a bail bond. The co-signer is a responsible adult over the age of 21, usually a friend or family member of the defendant, and willing to cooperate with A.Broadway Bail Bonds to guarantee the principal’s appearance in court.
Once you have gathered the preliminary information and identified a co-signer, you are ready to speak directly with a Bail Bonding agent
Reason For A Bail Bondsman To Revoke a Bail Bond before Failure to Appear
Leaves the state without permission
Violates any court order
Physically hides from the surety in any way
Willfully fails to pay the full premium
Fails to make a premium payment as agreed
Changes their address without notifying the surety prior to the move
Provides any false information about failure to appear in court, past convictions, or pending charges – or fails to provide the information at all
Provides a false name or alias or provides incorrect identification of any kind
Cost Of Doing Business With A Bondsman
In the State of North Carolina, a bail bondsman can charge up to 15% of the bail amount. The Bail Bond premium must be paid up front for the bail bonds service to handle its obligations with the court.
Bail Bondsman can only take up to 100% of the face amount of the bond for Collateral.
All premium must be returned once the court case has been dissolved. The bail bond premium paid is non-refundable unless the bail bondsman surredners the defendant for no reason.