You need to call bond companies. Their rates will be fairly similar. Some will offer payment plans. Some will require collateral. It will depend on the amount of the bonds.
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Ms. Jaggers gives a great answer.
I would only add that over the years I have known good, decent folks who were in the bail bond business, and I have known some who were not so honorable.
So, shop around...and if you have friends who have had to used bail bond companies before, ask for references.
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Don't know if a bond has been set yet, But when it is set you can call a local bondsman that works in your county. I have met some nice folks in that business and have spoken to numerous unscrupulous ones. if bond is way to high, hire a criminal lawyer to ask for a bond reduction. good luck