Arizona Bail Bonds


All Out Now Bail Bonds »

All Out Bail Bonds provides bail bonding services in nearly 300 locations across the state of Arizona. No matter when you need to make bail, our professional and highly reputable bail bondsmen can provide bail counseling services and fast bail bonding results.



No Collateral OACPhoenix
Accurate Bail Bonds INCPhoenix
White Mountain Bail BondsPinetop
No Money Down Bail Bonds LLCCave Creek
Gonzales & Gonzales Immigration BondsTucson
Camp Verde Bail BondsCamp Verde
Liberty Bail BondsPhoenix
Havasu Bail BondsParker
Easy Bail BondsPhoenix
Acme Bail BondsScottsdale
Bail Bonds by TerriBullhead City
National Bonding GroupPhoenix
Speedy Release Bail BondsFlagstaff
AAA Mohave County Bail BondsKingman
Bail 4 LessPhoenix
Ajax Bail BondsKingman
All Out Bail BondsPhoenix
U.S. Fugitive Apprehension BureauPhoenix
Scottsdale Road Bail BondsTempe
Robbin's Bail BondsLake Havasu City
Hard Core Bail BondsPhoenix
Better Bail BondsMesa
Gurley Street Bail BondsCamp Verde
Garcia Bail BondsPhoenix
Chuck Franklin & AssociatesScottsdale
Certified Bail BondsPhoenix
Laboy Law OfficePhoenix
A-Z Bail BondsLake Havasu City
Eazy Bail BondsMesa


What is bail?

In order to find the right bail bonding company, it is important to first understand what bail is and how it might affect you and your loved ones.

When someone is arrested on suspicion of a crime, that person will be placed in jail for holding until his or her trial is complete. In many cases, the defendant will be able to get out of jail pending the completion of the trial on bail.

Bail is the amount of money that the courts require that the defendants pay in exchange for their release from jail pending the completion of the trial. The amount of bail is based on the crime that the defendant has been accused of committing.

Once the defendant has fulfilled his or her obligation to the courts, the payee of the bail bond will receive a refund, regardless of whether the defendant is found to be guilty or innocent. When a bail bonding agency, such as All Out Bail Bonds, pays for the bail, the defendant merely has to pay a down payment for service.

Contact us today for more information about our professional bail bonding services and low bail bonding rates!

How Bail Works in Arizona
Many people are curious to know how bail works in different states across the country, such as Arizona. However, bail procedures are the same in all states across the country. Therefore, bail works in Arizona in the same way that it works in every other state in the country.

Additionally, while many people have a loosely defined definition of what bail is, they might not understand exactly how it works. In order to understand how bail works, it is important to understand what bail is and why it is used.

Bail is used after a person has been arrested and booked. It is an amount of money that the courts will charge (as a refundable bond) in order to ensure that a defendant will complete his or her legal obligation to the courts by attending all trials and court appearances until the case is complete.

Bail is a monetary amount that is based on the crime that the defendant has been accused of committing. The amount of the bail varies based on the crime, but is generally the same across Arizona for all similar crimes. For example, bail for a DUI would be the same in Scottsdale as it is in Phoenix. However, additional factors, such as prior arrests, may increase an individual’s bail amount.

It is important to note that bail is a refundable amount of money. The bail amount is held as a bond until the defendant completes the legal obligation to the courts. As soon as that obligation is complete, the amount of the bail is refunded to the payee of the bail.

When a defendant is unable to pay for bail on his or her own, the defendant may use the services of a bail bondsman. A bail bondsman is responsible for paying for the total cost of the bail for the defendant. Bail bondsmen generally charge about ten percent of the total cost of the bail as a down payment for the services. This down payment is non-refundable, but can usually be paid by credit card, personal check, wire transfer, or a variety of other methods.

In order for the bail bonding company to get its money back after the defendant is released from jail, the defendant needs to complete the legal obligation to the courts. For this reason, bail bondsmen may track down fugitives if they fail to appear in court or if the bondsmen suspects that the fugitive may flee.

Once the defendant completes his or her legal obligation to the courts, the bondsman will receive a full refund of the bail amount, regardless of whether or not the defendant is innocent or guilty.