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Mesquite Bail Bondsman

When a person is arrested by the Mesquite Police Department, they are taken to the Mesquite Jail. If this happens, they need the best team of local bail bondsmen in the Mesquite area to get them out quickly. One of our bondsmen can begin working to get your loved one released from the Mesquite Jail.

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

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If you are in need of a Bail Bonds for a pending Mesquite criminal charge, you need to contact the best local Mesquite bail bonds team at Jail Birds Bail Bonds. Contact us today at (214) 865-6307. Contact us for a FREE consultation of your Bond.

Mesquite Jail

777 N Galloway Ave
Mesquite, TX 75149

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Jail Birds Bail Bond’s agent Mark Labrecque has been serving the state of Texas for over 10 years in the Bail Bond Industry. With his experience and knowledge of the judicial system, he can get the job done! He understands that stuff happens from time to time.

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We know you have many questions about the 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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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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902 N Riverfront Blvd
Dallas, TX 75207

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