A bail bond is a legally enforceable contract between three parties: the principal (the state of Arkansas), the bondee (you) and the surety (us). The purpose of this contract is to allow the surety to 'bond' the bondee out of jail for a specified fee. In return, the surety guarantees the principal that the bondee will attend all of his or her court dates until the bondee's matter is adjudicated or the bond is surrendered. If the bondee skips the court date, the bond is forfeited and the surety must pay the principal the total amount of the bond.
At Bryce's Bail Bonds we offer affordable, quick, and professional bail bonding services all over the state of Arkansas.