Harwood Bail Bonds

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Courtesy Bail Bonds 500 N Barrett St Nevada MO 64772 13.2 miles from Harwood 417-667-9800


A Advance Bail Bonds 204 West Cherry Street Nevada MO 64772 13.8 miles from Harwood 417-667-0700

Debra Kephart Bail Bond 10145 East Highway K El Dorado Springs MO 64744 19.2 miles from Harwood 417-876-8463

American Western Bonding Company 306 S Main St Butler MO 64730 23.2 miles from Harwood 660-679-3450

Freedom Bonding 11 South Main Street Butler MO 64730 23.2 miles from Harwood 660-679-4422

1St Abba Vail Bond 3720 Ne 925 Rd Osceola MO 64776 25.6 miles from Harwood 417-646-5557

AAA All Star Bail Bonds 19 Se 269 Pvt Rd Osceola MO 64776 25.6 miles from Harwood 417-646-2663

American Western Bonding Company 12124 S Highway J Stockton MO 65785 26.5 miles from Harwood 417-276-3434

M And M Bail Bonds 701 South Judson Street Fort Scott KS 66701 31.2 miles from Harwood 620-768-0470

A Advanced Bail Bonds 325 Nw 35th Road Lamar MO 64759 32.7 miles from Harwood 417-682-9522

Ben Hilton Bail Bonding 3 Se 1st Ln Lamar MO 64759 32.7 miles from Harwood 417-682-6060

Kentner Bonding-Towing 202 W 11th St Lamar MO 64759 32.7 miles from Harwood 417-682-9200

A Stan Moreland Bail Bonding Service 110 E Franklin St Clinton MO 64735 35.5 miles from Harwood 660-885-8466

Ace In The Hole Bail Bonds PO Box 623 Clinton MO 64735 35.5 miles from Harwood 660-885-8500

Courtesy Bail Bonds 225 S Washington Clinton MO 64735 35.5 miles from Harwood 660-885-2200

F And L Bail Bonds 227 West Franklin Street Clinton MO 64735 35.5 miles from Harwood 660-890-2245

Anderson Bail Bonds 501 South Vine Street Franklin KS 66735 42.3 miles from Harwood 620-347-4151

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.