Imperial County Bail Bonds

Search for Imperial County CA 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.


Abaca Ez Out Bail Bonds 519 S 8th St El Centro CA 92243 760-352-0300


Abailable Ez Out 1225 West State Street El Centro CA 92243 760-353-5559

Avolevan Bail Bonds 3451 S Dogwood Rd El Centro CA 92243 760-353-0300

Bad Boys Bail Bonds 644 Stanley Pl Brawley CA 92227 760-344-3444

Big Marco Bail Bonds 444 S C St El Centro CA 92243 760-336-0600

Connie Rodriguez Bail Bonds 808 West State Street El Centro CA 92243 760-353-1131

El Centro Bail Bonds 1249 West State Street El Centro CA 92243 760-353-3700

Franco Bail Bonds 244 S 8th St El Centro CA 92243 760-352-2924

Golden Boy Bail Bonds 775 South 4th Street El Centro CA 92243 760-335-3570

Guerrero Bail Bonds 775 South 4th Street El Centro CA 92243 760-352-3352

Gustavo L Abril Bail Bonds 766 Tangerine Drive El Centro CA 92243 760-353-7200

Rolando Romo Bail Bonds 1028 Adams Ave El Centro CA 92243 760-337-8038

Yo Salgo Bail Bonds 1049 West State Street El Centro CA 92243 760-352-0056

Action Bail Bonds 139 South 4th Avenue Yuma AZ 85364 47.7 miles from Imperial County 928-783-1515

Burton Campbell Bail Bonds 13145 West Hobsonway Blythe CA 92225 59.9 miles from Imperial County 760-922-5373

A-1 Bail Bonds 215 S 2nd Ave Yuma AZ 85364 60.5 miles from Imperial County 928-343-2245

AAA Bail Bonds 227 S 2nd Ave Yuma AZ 85364 60.5 miles from Imperial County 928-782-6400

Mc Curley Bail Bonds 213 S 2nd Ave Yuma AZ 85364 60.5 miles from Imperial County 928-782-4400

Coachella Valley Bail Bonds 83610 Glendora Ridge Avenue Coachella CA 92236 66.7 miles from Imperial County 760-863-3808

Robert Lees Bail Bonds 47155 Van Buren Street Indio CA 92201 66.9 miles from Imperial County 760-775-5777

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.