Once our bail bonding agents have this information, we can begin the process. Depending on the crime, a defendant will need to attend a first court appearance. During this hearing, the presiding judge will read the facts of the case and determine if there is probably cause to support the recommended charges. If the judges finds sufficient probably cause, he or she will set a bond amount. You can post bond by paying cash, offering a property bond or working with a bail bonds Madison County, AL agent. They will require a non-refundable fee, collateral and a co-signer. Call Rush Bail Bonds Madison County, AL today to get your loved ones home fast at (256) 217-5152! Let our family help your family!