Archive | Bail Bond Agent

What Is an Indemnitor?

When someone is arrested, there are a number of possible outcomes. One is that the defendant awaits his or her next court date while in jail. In these cases, the judge often orders that bail be posted in order for the defendant to be released. Bail doesn’t let a defendant off the hook but instead […]

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How to Bail Someone Out of Jail

If someone you love is accused of a crime and goes to jail, that doesn’t necessarily mean he or she must stay there while awaiting a court appearance. In most cases, a judge will set bail for the accused, and if someone can furnish the designated bail amount to the court, the accused individual will […]

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Texas Bail Laws: What You Need to Know

What happens if you or someone you love goes to jail in Texas? How does bail work? How do you go about getting a bail bond? What happens after you post bail? The answers to these common questions, as well as several others, are clearly outlined in Texas’s bail law. Though legal stipulations surrounding Texas […]

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How Do Bail Bonds Work?

What happens if you’re arrested in Texas? Are you stuck in jail? What should you do if someone you know ends up in a DFW jail? In either case, posting bail can get you (or your loved one) out of jail quickly. But there are several things you must know to go through the process […]

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What to Avoid While on Bond

If you have been arrested and are awaiting trial, chances are, depending on the crime in question, the judge will allow you to post bail. In doing so, you ensure your freedom until the trial date. That freedom is something you want to keep, right? Well, there are conditions when you are released on bond. […]

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How to Get a Bail Bond

You hear about bail in the paper and see it on the news, but what does “posting bail” really mean? When an individual is arrested for their crimes, they are held in jail until their first court appearance. Here, the judge will decide to release them on bail or their own recognizance. It all depends […]

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