Collateral is any kind of property or
cash used to secure the performance of the bond. Collateral serves as protection for a bondsman against the Defendant's
default - usually a failure to appear for not showing to their Court hearing or not abiding by their Conditions
of Release. If a the Defendant's bond gets forfeited to the Court, the owner of the collateral or Indemnitor
is required to pay the forfeited bond amount or the collateral will be sold. Any deficencies arising from the sale of
the collateral are the responsibility of the Indemnitor. On the other hand, if the sale of collateral brings in more
money than the forfeited bond, the owner will receive the difference.
If the Defendant attends
all of their Court hearings and the bond is ordered exonerated, the collateral will be returned to its owner. In most
cases the Defendant appears for their hearings, the bond gets exonerated and the collateral is happily returned.
Acceptable Forms of Collateral
- Titles to cars, trucks, flatbed trailers, motor homes, travel trailers,
mobil homes, boats, anything that is titled in Arizona as long as it is lien-free (no money owed on it). Worth is based
on low Trade-in values (Kelley, NADA, Edmonds, and others)
of Trust / Warranty Deeds on real estate. This is the most frequently used form of collateral on large bail bonds.
Recent appraisals performed by licensed appraisers hasten the process.
- We can accept Bills of Sale on other things which are not issued a title, including: forklifts, Bobcats, construction
equipment and items that we cannot hold in our possession.
- We can
accept gemstone jewelry (rings, bracelets, necklaces) with certified appraisal certificates. Collateral value will
be 1/10 to 1/3 of retail value or pawn value.
- We can accept Indian
Jewelry, Navajo rugs, pottery, Kachina Dolls, baskets and most other Native American hand-made items. Collateral
value will be 1/3 of retail value or pawn value.
- We accept cash,
publicly traded stock certificates, and most major credit cards.
can do assignments on stock accounts, bank accounts, or CD's.
We will seriously consider any asset you may have
Arizona Bail Bonds Cash-Only
Bail Bonds™ provides cash bail bonds for all of the Arizona jails. We are your #1 source for Arizona Bail Bonds.
Inmate Information: Would
you like to know the bail amount or status of an inmate in the Apache, Coconino, Gila, Navajo, or Yavapai County jail?
Submit an Inmate Information request, or call:
Bail Bond Collateral: Titles to cars, trucks, flatbed trailers, real estate, jewelry, cash, assignmnets on CDs,
bank accounts, stock accounts...learn more about Bail Bond Collateral.
Why Cash Bail? Cash bonds are set by the court for a variety of reasons, including the most
common causes; failure to pay a fine on a prior case, arrest on an out-of-jurisdictional warrant and failure to appear before
the court on a scheduled appearance. Read more Bail Bond FAQs.
Bail Bond Blogs: Read more about the bonding process from our blogs. Blogs include advice
on how to prevent re-arrest and how to get prepared in case you do get arrested...Bail Bond Blogs.
Contact an Arizona Bail Bondsman: For immediate help call (928) 773-1997 or use our online contact
form to ask a bail bond agent a question or to leave a comment.
CASH-ONLY BAIL BONDS™
Phone: (928) 773-1997
LOCATIONSCoconino County Jail
602 E. Butler Ave, Suite 2D
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Apache County Jails
165 W. Hopi Dr, Suite #2
Holbrook, Arizona 86025
Yavapai County Jail
Camp Verde office:
(meet at jail)
W. Highway 260
Camp Verde, Arizona 86322
Maricopa County Jail
(meet at jail)
201 S 4th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 86003