About The Firm

Express Bail Bonding / Atlantic Bonding has been in business serving Atlanta since 2000. We offer a convenient location across the street from the Marta Garnett St Station and the Greyhound Bus Station in Downtown Atlanta. Parking for a fee is available in the area.

How Bail Works

When an individual is arrested for a crime depending on the charge he is taken to the city or county detention facility for booking. Once the individual is booked in he will be interviewed by the jail clerk and given a bond or a court date to receive a bond. This may take several hours or days depending on the court and the charges. Once bond is set several options are available a Surety Bond, Cash Bond or Pretrial Release.

Surety Bonds

This process involves a contractual undertaking guaranteed by the Bails Bonding Company to satisfy the face value of the bond. The Bails Bonding Company guarantees to the court that they will pay the bond forfeiture if a defendant fails to appear for their scheduled court appearances. The Bails Bonding Company guarantee is made with an agreement with the City, State or Federal authorities. There is no refund once the bond is paid and services have been rendered with the jail facility. If you have paid a collateral security deposit you will receive a refund once the case is completely over and the defendant or cosigner provides a certified copy from the courts that the case is completely over. If for any reason your case is forfeited you will not receive a refund from the collateral security deposit.

Cash Bond

Cash bail means a person must give the court or jail the total amount of the bail in cash. The cash will be held by the court until the defendant appears at all of his/her court cases and the case is concluded. Full cash bonds provide a powerful incentive for the defendant to appear in court. If the defendant appears for all of his/her scheduled court appearances, the cash bail should be returned in full.

Pretrial Release/Signature Bond

Another method of release pending trial is through a pre-trial release program administered by the county or a law enforcement agency. Usually, the employees of these programs interview defendants in custody and make recommendations to the court regarding the release of individuals on their personal recognizance (i.e., without any financial security to ensure the defendant's return).

Customer Tips

Please understand that each Bonding Company as in any business have their own rules and regulations. So make sure you understand that companies rules and regulations.


As a Professional Agent we will be available for questions or concerns through the process


Universal Citation: GA Code § 17-6-30 (a) Sureties on criminal bonds in any court shall not charge or receive more than 15 percent of the face amount of the bond set, which the amount may include the principal and all applicable surcharges from the institution, as compensation from defendants or from anyone acting for defendants (cosigner) provided, however, that a surety may charge and receive a minimum of $50.00 per bonded charge or offense as compensation, regardless of whether such compensation exceeds 15 percent of the bond. Each institution whether city, state or federal jurisdiction has its own applicable percentage fees and surcharges. They will be verified before the bond information is started.


If financing is provided, make sure you understand the terms of the financing agreement prior to signing, and be sure you are given copies of anything you sign.


It is the responsibility as a defendant and or the defendants co-signer to make sure you follow all the rules and regulations that is outlined during the process. All transaction fees must be paid as a agreed to prevent the defendant from being rearrested. The defendant and the Cosigner must notify the bonding company of any changes in their address and phone. This information helps the bonding company inform you of any court dates. The defendant and or his attorney must attend all court dates.

Creative methods

Creative methods for paying for a bond is driven by the Cosigner and or defendant ability to pay the bond. You must be employed and have a current driver license and a utility bill to match your drivers license. Each case is assessed individually versus going strictly by the book guidelines that is the industry norm.

24-hour Service

The entire process can be done electronically and via the telephone. We answer all questions and concerns before and after the defendant's release. Due to the COVId-19 Virus, hours may vary.

Private Information

After discussing recommended bonds, you’ll be able to make an informed decision on a bail bond for your loved one. Our team is available 24/7 whenever you need us. Due to the COVId-19 Virus, hours may vary.

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You don’t have to wait another minute wondering how you’re going to pay for bail. Contact the compassionate team at Express Atlantic Bail Bonding to get started today! You can do this by either giving us a call at (404) 522-3201 or filling out the form below. We look forward to helping you regain peace of mind about your situation!

Here When You Need Us

When you give our team a call, we’ll get to know your situation and talk about your options. After discussing recommended bonds, you’ll be able to make an informed decision on a bail bond for your loved one. We are conveniently located across from the Garnett Street Marta Station and the Greyhound Bus Station in Downtown Atlanta.