1908, 2019

How to Resolve a Forfeited Bail Bond

August 19th, 2019|

When you’re released from the Shelby County Court on bond, one of the worst things you can do is miss your court date. We understand that schedule conflicts arise, but if you’re ever in this situation, we at All N One Bail Bonds feel that it is vital that you stay calm, don’t panic, and take action to fix the situation. With [...]

1308, 2019

Can I get a bail bond without needing a co-signer?

August 13th, 2019|

In some cases, it is possible for a person in police custody, or jail, to get a bail bond without a co signer. No matter how you’ve ended up in jail, you need to get out of the situation as quickly as possible. Even if you don’t have a cosigner, there are a couple of ways for you to get out [...]

708, 2019

August 7th, 2019|

How the Jail Booking Process Works Being arrested is a frightening situation, especially when you have to go through the booking process. A typical booking goes through multiple step, including getting your mug shot, your finger prints taken, and even a difficult full-body search. If you or a loved one have been arrested, the professionals at Bad All N One Bail Bonds of [...]

308, 2019

Bail Bonds Frequently Asked Question | With Answers

August 3rd, 2019|

Q: What does posting bail really mean? A: Posting bail is cash or a cash alternative that the arrested person presents to the court to make certain that he or she will show up for court. If defendant does not appear for their court date, the court will then keep the bail and release a warrant for the defendant’s arrest. Q: Who decides [...]

2207, 2019


July 22nd, 2019|

In 2017, Illinois Democrats introduced a bail reform bill that passed into law. The new law mandates that courts impose the least restrictive conditions possible for criminal case defendants. The law has made the Land of Lincoln’s “Catch and Release” criminal justice problems even worse, and it has left our state’s families in danger from violent predators who belong in [...]

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You can visit our main office at 238 Poplar Ave. Memphis, TN 38103 and talk to us in person or call us at (901) 523-2245 and we can help you over the phone.

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We offer fexible payment plans which are simple to setup and easy to maintain. Call us now at (901) 523-2245 and speak to one of our bail agents for more details.