If you are coming to us to seek bail bonding, you need to bring us:
• Valid driver's license or state issued ID card
• Proof of income
A Judge within the county of arrest sets the bail amount and the process is regulated by the State of Texas.
Once bail is set, one of our agents will calculate the fee based on out Risk Assessment. The bond is posted and the defendant is released once we receive payment and has established a qualified cosigner.
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The bail bond amount is the full amount of bail set by the court. The premium is determined by our risk assessment, and is possibly different for every individual.
Our bail agents are fast, and can often complete the process in 15 minutes.
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Cash, credit card, money order, check or bank deposit. Visit our Payments and Collateral page to find out about collateral options.
Most jails take 30 minutes to four hours. The length of time depends on the county and jail the defendant was arrested in.
Everyone's situation is different. Get in touch with us to speak with a licensed bail bond agent for more information.
No. After we post the bond, the money is non-refundable and the premium balance is still due in full, and your payment plan must remain current.
The cosigner/indemnitor is a person(s) willing to be responsible for the defendant while out on bail, and also assumes financial responsibility, including guarantee of the full bail bond amount.
A bail bond is exonerated when the trial has finished. The bail bond is discharged regardless of the outcome of the trial. However, all unpaid premium, court, attorney and other fees we've charged are still owed.
Reinstatement could be granted if a defendant has failed to appear in court. The court may remove the bench warrant and reactivated or reinstated the bail bond. The defendant working with us will report back to court, which allows the court to set a new court date for the defendant. The proceeding may result in additional fees to the defendant and cosigner.
No, but the defendant must immediately report to our office upon release.