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A little about our Dallas County Bail Bond Company

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Jail Birds Bail Bonds of Dallas County has been serving the state of Texas for over 10 years in the Bail Bond Industry. Our Dallas County bondsman experience and knowledge of the judicial system has a proven track record of getting the job done. We understand that stuff happens from time to time. We provide bail bond services for Dallas County, Denton CountyDallas, Grand Prairie, Irving, Mesquite, Collin County, Hunt County, Rockwall County

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Why Choose Us?

  • Mobile Bonds (We Come To Your Home)
  • Free Ride Home From Jail
  • 0% Payment Plans

When you need a Dallas bail bond, you won’t want to wait several hours or until the next morning to talk to a Dallas County bondsman, and you will want to know that you are working with an experienced and qualified bail bonds company—and that is what you will find at Jail Birds Bail Bonds. Our Dallas County bail bonds company has more than a decade of experience serving the DFW area, and we are available 24/7/365 to take your call in English or Spanish—hablamos español.

What is a bail bond?

When a person has been arrested for a crime, he or she may be held in police custody until bail is paid. Bail is an amount of money chosen by the court which can be paid as a deposit to guarantee that the accused individual will appear at all scheduled court dates. Regardless of the judgment that the individual receives, bail will be returned when the agreement to show up in court has been satisfied. Because the amount that bail is set at is generally not affordable out of pocket, it may be necessary to secure a bail bond, wherein you will pay a fraction of the total bail and the bondsman will put up the rest of the amount in your name. This will allow an immediate release from jail so you or your loved one will have time to organize the case and seek legal counsel.

When do you need a bail bond?

You may need to secure a bail bond for a friend or relative, or you might do so for yourself, depending on the circumstances. If a person has been arrested and is in jail, he or she will need someone to speak with a bondsman on his or her behalf. If you have a warrant out, talking to a bondsman before surrendering yourself will allow you to “walk-through” the process, since you will already have a bail bond submitted for your release. Bail bonds may be secured for any crime outside of capital offenses, including felonies, misdemeanors, and outstanding traffic tickets.

Why should you choose Jail Birds Bail Bonds?

Not only will Jail Birds Bail Bonds beat any competitor’s price for Dallas-area Dallas bail bonds, but we offer payment plans to help individuals in all financial situations. We understand that your situation may be stressful and unexpected, so we will do everything we can to reduce your stress and make an immediate jail release as simple as possible. We are here to help around the clock, and we have extensive experience navigating the Dallas County justice system, so do not hesitate to reach out to us today. We service all these jails in Dallas County: Addison jail, Balch Springs jail, Carrollton jail, Cedar Hill jail, Cockrell Hill jail, Coppell jail, Dallas jail, DeSoto jail, Duncanville jail, Farmers Branch jail, Garland jail, Grand Prairie jail, Grapevine jail, Highland  Park jail, Hutchins jail, Irving jail, Lancaster jail, Lewisville jail, Mesquite jail, Richardson jail, Rowlett jail, Sachse jail, Seagoville jail, Sunnyvale jail, University Park jail, Wylie jail

FAQ

We know you have many questions about the Dallas bail bond process. Here at Jail Birds Bail Bonds, we understand the confusion and frustration. We are here to help you get the answers you’re looking for. We answer questions such as the common ones listed on the right, as well as questions about how long it takes to get someone out of jail, how to get a warrant lifted, and other questions you may have.

Do you make payment plans?

Yes, here at Jailbirds Bail Bond we do everything in our power to help your loved one out. This includes payment plans. Typically we will get a percentage of the fee with the balance set up on a payment plan that is affordable in this trying time.

How do I get a warrant for my arrest lifted?

Call us with your name and date of birth and we will verify that the warrant is active and determine if an amount of required bail has been set by the judge. We can make arrangements for you to surrender yourself and immediately thereafter submit a bail bond for your release (called a walk-through). Surrendering is much better than taking a chance of being arrested at home, or at your job, which will require a much longer period of time to get you out of jail than surrendering.

How long does it take to get out of jail?

The paperwork we require takes approximately 10 minutes. Usually it takes anywhere from minutes to a couple of hours to get out of jail; however, if the holding facility is particularly “busy”, the hold time can be considerably longer. We will work as fast as possible on your bail bond.

What is collateral?

Collateral is money, property, etc.. That you deposit with the bail bond company. Collateral sometimes has to be put up for a bail bond in order to get the defendant out of jail. For instance, assuming the bail is set at $10,000, 10% of the total, the premium, has to be paid upfront in cash, which is not returnable; the remaining $9,000 would need to be presented to the bail bondsman in the form of collateral to ensure that if the defendant jumped bail, the bail bondsman would be guaranteed his money

What is bail?

Bail is some form of property deposited or pledged to a court in order to persuade the court to release a suspect from jail, with the understanding that the suspect will return for any and all court appearances or forfeit the bail, which is illegal. Some common names for missing court appearances is bond forfeiture, skipping bail, jumping bail, and bond jumping.

What is a bail bondsman?

A bail bondsman is any person or company that will act as a surety and pledge money or property as bail and take responsibility for the court appearances of the persons to whom such bails are issued.

What is an indemnitor or cosigner?

An Indemnitor or Cosigner is a person who agrees to be financially responsible for the full amount of the bail bond in the event the defendant fails to make a court appearance and cannot be returned to court. An Indemnitor is responsible for paying any bail bond costs incurred as a result of the defendant missing a court date. If there is more than one Indemnitor on a bail bond, they are jointly and severally liable. This means the money could be collected from one or both of them. As Indemnitor, you are financially responsible for the bail bond. As long as the person you bail out makes all of their court appearances, you will not have to pay any money in addition to the initial payment made to the bonding company.

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Dallas, TX 75207

1880 Forest Ln
Garland, TX 75042

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