Amherst Bail Bonds, Inc.

We at Amhurst Bail Bonds are ready to serve you in New Hampshire, Vermont and throughout Northern New England - 24 hours a day! We can also arrange bail for someone you care about anywhere in the U.S

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(603) 673-3401

PO Box 661, , New Castle, NH, 03854 map View Larger Map

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Burglary at Staten Island DA Candidate's Home Probed by Special Prosecutor DNAinfo New York
Hayward pleaded not guilty and was released on $10,000 bail. Lazzaro said his client was far from Illuzzi’s Concord home when officers stopped ... Todaro also pleaded not guilty and was released on $25,000 bond. He could not be reached for comment.
Patterson Man Accused in Cell Tower Copper Thefts Patch
He allegedly committed the break-ins at a cell tower located along Concord Road in Patterson on July ... Peter Collins remanded him to the county jail and set bail at $5,000.00 cash or $10,000.00 bail bond on the Kent charge and additional bail in the ...
Man charged with stealing copper from cell phone tower sites Mid-Hudson News Network
He allegedly broke into the facilities at Concord Road in Patterson on July 23 ... Windover is being held in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond. Investigations are ongoing into other similar thefts from cell towers in the area.
The Latest: Ex-prep school senior leaves court after verdict Herald and News
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The latest on the trial of a former ... A judge decided Owen Labrie's bail would remain at $15,000. Prosecutors had argued for his bail to be raised to $50,000 in cash, saying he was a flight risk. The jury by its verdict Friday ...
Judge grants bail reduction in Concord bank heist case Delaware County Daily Times
MEDIA COURTHOUSE -- A Delaware County judge Wednesday expressed concerns over approving a reduction in bail to $250,000 at 10 percent for a 20-year-old Maryland man, alleged to be an accomplice in an armed bank heist in Concord last month. However ...
Bondsman: Wormz founder on the run, may be in Concord The Independent Tribune
He’s on the run with a bondsman on his trail, and he may be in the Concord area. James Albert Lawhorne, 52, of Bridgeport, Ala., apparently removed a monitoring bracelet from his ankle and took to the road last Saturday, said Bill Honea of #1 Bail ...
Bond company appeals forfeited bond for jailed man Boston
CONCORD, N.H.—A bail bond company wants New Hampshire's highest court to vacate a trial court order that it forfeit $11,000 in bonds, saying the defendant failed to show up for trial because he was incarcerated in Vermont. Lawyers for Free Bail Bonds of ...
The ‘Balancing Act’ of Setting Bail: A Complex Calculation Valley News
Lebanon — During Robert Dellinger’s Dec. 11 arraignment in ... After a 21/2- hour hearing, Robarge was denied bail and was returned to the New Hampshire State Prison for Men in Concord. These two cases illustrate the complexities of bail decisions ...
Judge sets $10 million bond against accused Concord Township shooter The News-Herald
also in Concord. Authorities are still looking into Razo’s identity and past, but the suspect has told them he has been living illegally in the United States for five years. In weighing Razo’s bond amount, Judge Michael A. Cicconetti took particular ...
Sierra Leone: Rigid One Billion Bail Conditions - Journalists Returned to Prison AllAfrica
Meanwhile, as we went to press last night, Concord Times confirmed that the two editors could not fulfill their bail conditions in time, and were as a result whisked off to the maximum security prison. It is expected though that frantic efforts by their ...