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Below are Bail and Indemnitor Applications as well as any state-specific forms that may be needed.  For your convenience the forms are in a PDF-fillable format and may be downloaded for future use.

Receipts for Premium and Collateral are individually numbered and are only provided in hard copy.

Please contact Accredited Surety and Casualty Company, Inc. at 1-800-432-2799 or by email at to request those forms.

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Forfeiture Statutes

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The bail agent or surety must produce the defendant or prove within 365 days that there was a legitimate reason for defendant’s failure to appear. If the agent or surety does not comply with the foregoing terms within 120 days after the clerk mails the notice, they will be assessed a late surrender fee according to the following:

  • if compliance occurs more than 120 days but less than 180, the fee is 20% of the bond
  • if more than 180 days but less than 210, the fee is 30% of the bond
  • if more than 210 days, but less than 240, late surrender fee is 50%
  • more than 240, but less than 365, the fee is 80%
  • non compliance after 365 days, the fee is 80%. [27-10-2-12(c)(1) through (5)]

Tolling is allowed in the sense that the court can waive the late surrender fee or extend the period of payment if:

  • a written request is filed with the court and the prosecutor [27-10-2-12(e)(1)]
  • the surety provides evidence that diligent effort was made to find the defendant [27-10-2-12(e)(2)]

Non payment of fees, costs or judgments, etc. result in the revocation of the insurer’s license [IC 27-10-2-12(f)] which a surety can appeal [IC 27-10-2-12(h)].

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Key Facts

Founded in 1971

Licensed in all 50 states
and District of Columbia

Treasury Listed by the
United States to write
Federal Bonds

A.M. Best Rated A- (Excellent)

Financial Size Category: IX

A Randall & Quilter Group Company

How Bail Works

Feel free to pass on this informative video guide to anyone to help explain how bail works.