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Welcome to our website! Thank you for visiting Davidson County Bail Bonds webpage were you can find important bail bond information, laws and details on all jail and courthouses in the Davidson North Carolina area. The bail bond industry is built on trust and reliability so when looking for a reputable bail bond agency one of the most important aspects you need to research is customer history and their satisfaction or dissatisfaction with a company. Davidson County Bondsmen have 100% approval rating with past customers and some of their testimonials can be found right here on our webpage! We are 100% confidential and discreet and have over 30 years of on the job experience that can not be match by many other bail bond companies.

Davidson County Bail Bonding is a well established business with professional and knowledgeable bondsmen in all phases of the bail bond industry and its laws. When calling our toll free number to ask for assistance helping gain the release of some one you care about our bondsmen will need the following information in order to start the process as quickly as possible:

Davidson County Bail Bonds accepts major credit cards and western union as payment options

Once this information is received our bondsmen will handle the entire process from beginning to end and will even help to make travel arrangements if needed for the defendant once released. As with any new experience you are bond to have many questions and concerns, so that is why Davidson County NC Bondsmen have included a “Facts, Answer & Question” [FAQ] section here on this website where our customers can browse through some commonly asked questions and there answers. If you have more in depth questions or concerns please feel free to call our “live” bondsmen at any time, we are here for you 24/7, 365 days a year.

Services that Davidson County Bail Bond Agency Offers:

Each of these different types of bail bonds carry a 15% fee of the total bail amount. This is our fee and is non refundable. If you were to post a bail on your own instead of paying 15% of the total bail, you would be expected to pay 100% of the bail and in cash. By using Davidson County Bail Bonding you are saving yourself money, time and aggravation.

Thank you for visiting our site and we look forward to assisting you in all your bail bond needs.

Details for Davidson North Carolina:

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What our bail agents will need from you:

Sheriff's Department
110 W Center St
Lexington, NC 27292
(336) 474-2645


Inmate and Prison Records
110 W Center St
Lexington, NC 27292
(336) 242-2140

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