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“This was my first (and hopefully only) experience with using a bond service. I was so grateful for how courteous and helpful Jay and Amanda were. They were willing to work with my situation to help my friend as well as pass on invaluable and helpful information that I would never have known to even ask about. I would highly recommend their services to anyone who finds themselves in a situation a bonding company is needed.”

-LG M.

“Always there when I need them. Great company for your bonding needs. Used them for years and they make sure I’m reminded of every court date and compassionate, just make sure you follow the contract and screw this company over. I really do care about this company and their continued success.”

-Steph P.

Local, Trusted 24/7 Bail Bondsman Serving Clarksville, TN

Fizer Bonding Co.

501 5th Avenue E, Springfield, TN  37172

Montgomery County Location: 931-449-9351

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What is a bail bond & how does it work in Tennessee?


A bail bond is the document presented to the court to ensure the release of the defendant and to ensure the defendant’s appearance at the court hearing.  Bail Bonds might be referred to as a temporary “get-out-of-jail-free” card.

However you need to understand that a bail bond is a loan between you and the bail bond agent that is secured by your promise to appear on your court date.  The bail bond agent will require the defendant or designated party to pay a non-refundable down payment, usually for a percentage of the bail.

How much down payment do I have to pay?


Depending on the seriousness of the crime, as well as whether or not the defendant agrees to promptly appear in court, bail can be set by the court between $1,000 and many hundreds of thousands of dollars.  When paying the posted bail amount in full is not an option, most people hire a bail bondsman to help get them out of jail.

The fee is typically determined by law and a certain percentage of the bond amount, often 10% to 15% of the bail, will be our fee.

Reasons to Choose Our Bail Bond Services

  • Reliable – We have been in business since 1986
  • Courteous – check out reviews from our customers
  • Licensed
  • 24/7 availability
  • FREE bail bond advice
  • Friendly professionals

How long does it take to be released from jail?

Release times vary from jail to jail, as well as, state to state after posting bail. The release from jail can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 48 hours.  We will do our best to keep you informed every step of the way.

Fizer Bail Bonds Drug Charge Bail Bonds

Depending on the type of drug, the amount possessed, and whether the person is charged with intent to distribute, the bond price can be somewhat costly.  Fortunately, Fizer Bail Bonds is highly experienced with drug charge bail bonds.  We are a professional family owned and operated business located in Springfield, Tennessee that offers fast services, competitive rates, friendly people, and many other benefits to help you make paying for the bond as quickly and as painless as possible.

So what are you waiting for? If you are searching for services like “bail bonds Clarksville” or “bail bondsman Clarksville, look no further. Give us a call, and we’ll be sure to help get you, a friend, and/or a loved one out of jail. Nobody should have to waste their time, money, and dignity being in a situation that they themselves cannot handle on their own.

DUI Bail Bond Fizer 

Here at Fizer Bail Bonds, we want to help you and your loved ones get out of jail as soon as possible even when your loved one is caught over the limit with drinking and driving laws.  Regardless of your situation for arrest for driving while under the influence, contrary to popular belief, you CAN be jailed for your first offense. Here in Springfield, Tennessee, the bond amount for drinking and driving can be steep.  Here are Fizer we offer DUI bail bonds, as well as free consultations.


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