Bail Bonds in Dallas

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When a person is arrested, they are taken to the Dallas County Jail. If this happens, they need the best team of Dallas bondsman to get them out quickly. One of our agents can begin working to get your loved one released from jail as quickly as possible.

If someone was arrested by the Dallas Police Department, but is not currently in custody at the jail, there is a chance that he or she was taken to a different facility within the county. You can check the main county inmate list online at Dallas County Inmate Search.

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If you are in need of Dallas bonds for a pending criminal charge, you need to contact the best bail bonds agent. Contact us today at (214) 865-6307 for a FREE consultation for your 24 hour bail bonds in Dallas TX.

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Get your loved one out of jail fast by working with the best Dallas bondsman. With over 10 years of experience, our agent will use his knowledge and experience to get your friend or family member back home as fast as possible! Don’t let them sit in jail any longer than necessary – give us a call 24/7 to get them released quickly.

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Mark Labrecque, Jail Birds Bail Bond’s agent, has been in the bail industry for over 10 years. His knowledge and expertise of the judicial system allows him to get a defendant bailed out of jail and back home very quickly. You need a professional, experienced agent by your side.

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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 Dallas bondsman—and that is what you will find when you work with us. Our Dallas bonding 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 affordable bail bonds 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 we beat any competitor’s price for 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, HighlandPark 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’s about Bail Bonds in Dallas TX

The process of obtaining Dallas bail bonds can be confusing, especially if you are new to the entire criminal justice system. We understand the frustration and confusion you have, and are here to help answer your questions to demystify the process. In this section, we answer common questions such as what bail is, whether we offer payment plans, how quickly you can get someone bailed out, and more. If you don’t see the answer to your question here, feel free to give us a call!

Do you offer payment plans?

We do everything in our power to make the process of bailing your loved one out as simple as possible – this includes making it more financially possible. We do this by offering payment plans for affordable bail bonds in Dallas. Usually, we will get a percentage of the fee with the balance set up on a payment plan.

How do I get a warrant for my arrest lifted?

If you believe there is a warrant for your arrest, give us a call and provide your name and birth date. We’ll verify that the warrant is active and find out what bail amount the judge has set. Then, we’ll work to make arrangements for you to surrender yourself and immediately submit Dallas bail bonds for your release (this is referred to as a walk-through bond). It is much better for you to surrender yourself than take a chance and be arrested elsewhere, such as your home or at work. When you surrender yourself, you are much more likely to be released faster.

How long does it take to get out of jail?

The paperwork you fill out from us to obtain your bail bonds in Dallas take approximately 10 minutes to complete. In most cases, it takes minutes to a couple of hours to get bailed out of a jail. However, some holding facilities are busier, and these take considerably longer. When you work with us, you can be confident that we are doing everything in our power to get the defendant released as quickly as possible.

What is collateral?

In some cases, you have to put up collateral along with the premium to obtain bail bonds in Dallas and get the defendant released from jail. For example, if bail is set at $10,000, the premium would be 10% of the full amount and must be paid upfront (and it is non-returnable as it is a fee for the agent). The remaining $9,000 would need to presented to the agency in the form of collateral (such as money, property, etc.) to ensure that if the defendant skips bail, they agent would be guaranteed his money.

What is bail?

When a person is arrested, a certain amount of money must be paid to the court in order for them to be released as they await their trial. The money is paid with the understanding that the defendant return for all court appearances, or else bail is forfeit. This is illegal, and results in additional charges. Common names for missing court is skipping bail, jumping bail, bond jumping, and bond forfeiture.

What is a bail bondsman?

A Dallas bondsman is a person or company that acts as surety and pledges money as bail for the release of a defendant. They take responsibility for court appearances of the person to whom bail is issued.

What is an indemnitor or cosigner?

The Cosigner or Indemnitor is a person who takes on the financial responsibility of the full bail amount should the defendant fail to make a court appearance (otherwise known as skipping bail), and do not return to court. The Indemnitor is responsible to pay any costs incurred as a result of the defendant missing their court appliance. If there are multiple Indemnitors on Dallas bonds, then they are jointly liable, allowing for the money to be collected from one or both. If the defendant makes all their court dates, the Indmenitor will not be held responsible and will only pay the initial payment to the Dallas bonding company.

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