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BAIL BOND FORMS 

Here is a brief description of some of the forms used to secure a bail bond. Please take your time and read through these so that you will better understand what your role is as an Indemnitor. As always, you can call us and we will go through each form with you and help you fill these out. 

ARIZONA ADDENDUM

This form is an agreement with the Indemnitor that the Indemnitor will be responsible for the Defendants appearances in court and all the fees related to the bond.


  • The Indemnitor signs this document that he or she acknowledges that they agree to this as part of the Defendants release.
  • It does not need a notary's seal.
  • The Bondsman must have the copy with the original signatures.

DISCLOSURE NOTICE

The disclosure notice has information about some of the terms and conditions of release. 

It also has information for the Indemnitor and the Defendant about collateral return, court appearances, and surrender.

  • The Defendant and Indemnitor signs this document that they acknowledge that they both agree to this as part of the Defendants release.
  • It does not need a notary's seal.
  • The Bondsman must have the copy with the original signatures.
  • The Defendant may sign this form separately after release from jail. 

ARIZONA ADDENDUM

This form has additional information regarding Arizona bonds. 

It also has information for  the Defendant about surrender according to Arizona law and Federal law.

  • The Defendant  signs this document that he or she acknowledges that they agree to this as part of the Defendants release.
  • It does not need a notary's seal.
  • The Bondsman must have the copy with the original signatures.
  • The Defendant may sign this form separately after release from jail.