We help set people FREE!

At A Free Me Bail Bonding we are here to provide service with positive results while dealing with a not-so-positive situation.
All we ask in return is that clients adhere to the laws & complete their obligation to the courts until their bond is exonerated.
  • F. Allen
    Attentive, compassionate, speedy, and flexible!! Everything was explained thoroughly.. all my questions were answered. I can't recommend them enough. They are true professionals! In the midst of chaos, go no further for your bonding needs!
    F. Allen
  • C. Harris
    This company was phenomenal with handling my needs. I simply requested some information via online, and all of my concerns were addressed very promptly. Since I live in Indiana I did not know what route to take when my daughter was arrested out in Huntsville, AL. I was essentially worried about her well being but I must say A FREE ME BAIL BONDS eliminated all of my worries with their rapid response. The representatives were extremely professional and caring regarding my situation. I would ABSOLUTELY recommend A FREE ME BAIL BONDS to any of my colleagues, family, and friends,
    C. Harris
  • I recently had to use A Free Me Bail Bonding. The people there are nice and they didn't judge me or treat me like I was a hardened criminal. I don't plan on going to jail again but if I ever did I would call them immediately.

How may we be of Service

The Bail Bonding Process*

Who's Responsible?

Whether the defendant, or someone else, pays for the bond premium or obtains a payment plan, as the co-signer, you are responsible if the defendant does not make the payments, or if they fail to appear in court.
If the defendant does not show up for all court ordered appearances, it is considered as skipping out on bail. As the co-signer, you would be expected to help secure their arrest or their return to “the bench” to appear before the judge.
If you put up personal collateral (in the form of cash or property) realize that, should their bail be forfeited for failure to appear, your collateral could be at risk for the full amount of bail..

What is Bail?

Bail is a financial arrangement that guarantees that a suspect will attend each and every court hearing as ordered by the court. In return, the suspect can be released from jail prior to a trial. If the suspect or defendant does not comply, the bail bond might be forfeited. In essence, by posting bond, you are accepting financial responsibility that a suspect will return to court at the appointed time. Bail might be cash, assets or a bond, and is determined by the court.

What We Need.

The Co-Signer and/or Defendant should bring the following for bond approval:

* Recent Utility Statement (within last 45 days)
* Proof of employment (within the last 30 days)
* Alabama’s Drivers License or Valid ID
* Proof of U.S. Citizenship
For quicker service, fill out and complete this Pre-Application form and give us a call at 256.534.1666

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