Euless, TX Bail Bonds

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Euless Bonding Company

Our bonding agents will provide you with fast and affordable Euless bail bonds just like we’ve helped thousands of other individuals before you. Our bonding experts will get your friend or loved one out of jail fast make it easy on you with payment options that meet your financial needs depending on each case.

You can call our Euless office directly with the phone number listed at the top of this page. We provide fast, easy bail bond services for customers including those at the Euless, TX jail, located very close to our bonding office.

When getting someone out of jail, you should be aware that the Tarrant County Sherriff’s Department will most likely be in charge of the inmate. In most cases, Euless, Texas inmates are transferred to the Tarrant County Jail. With that being said, you don’t need to worry, because we handle both types of bonds.

When calling our Euless, TX bonding company, please have the following ready…

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Correct spelling of the person’s name.

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The name of the jail they’re being held in.

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They’re booking I.D. number (if possible).

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Paper and pen to write down information.

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How Euless, TX Bail Bonds Work

Upon arrest, anywhere in Tarrant County, Texas, a person will most likely be processed at the county jail. To be released from jail, several steps must occur, including being booked into jail and posting bail.

Once the bail bond amount is confirmed, a bail bonds agent is sent to post the bond at the local jail. Now the jail release procedure starts very quickly, but can take several hours to be completed. This is due to jail regulations, not ours.

While cash bonds are acceptable, it is usually not a common practice due to its high expense. If you wish, cash bonds for the full amount can be paid directly to the jail. The benefit of hiring a bonding company is not having to pay for the whole thing by yourself. We can help. Call us today.

Typical bond fees regulated by the State of Texas are between 10% and 20% depending on the qualifications of the co-signer and the inmate’s charges.

City of Euless, Texas Website
Phone Number to the Jail: (817) 685-1577

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How to Proceed with a Euless Bail Bondsman

Here’s a list of 5 steps to be taken if you want to bail someone out of jail in Euless, Texas.

1. Find out which your loved one or friend is and what crime he or she has been accused of. Then, obviously, find out how much the bail is. The jail should be able to provide you with the individual’s unique booking number. Write this number down. Also make sure you have the correct spelling of the individual’s name and that it matches up with how the Euless jail has them in their system. Sometimes there are discrepancies in spelling which makes it hard to get a bond written if we don’t know about the spelling error.

2. Once you have all the required information, call our Euless bail bondsman at the phone number listed above and our experts will walk you through the process. You’ll just have to provide the inmate’s booking number, but if you don’t have it, we can look up their name in the system. It just takes a little bit longer is all.

3. Some of our Euless bail bonds specialists will require you to meet them at the office, while others may be able to do the paperwork over fax or email. Fees are set by the state of Texas for most bonding companies, so haggling over price will simply frustrate both you and the bail bonds agent. Getting a fair price is in the interests of both you and our bondsmen, so we’ll make sure that our fees are minimal (providing you meet certain requirements).

4. After all of the paperwork has been completed, our Euless bondsman will go to the jail and post the bond. After that, the inmate will be released from jail and will be required to sign the bond his or herself.

5. The inmate will be required to check in once a month with our Euless bonding company until they have had their final court date.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is a bail bond?
A Bail Bond is an insurance policy. Basically, it insures the defendant's appearance in court until the final disposition of his/her case. Once the underwriting & indemnification of the bail bond is completed, a bonding agent will present the bond to the court of proper jurisdiction. The bond will be posted & the indemnitors will be directed on how & approximately when the defendant will be released.
What's the difference between a bail and bond?
When the defendant is initially arraigned the judge will typically set a bail and a bond. These amounts can be different. The bail can be paid directly to the jail in order to ensure the defendants release. The bond is done through a third party licensed by the State of Texas in which case we only require a percentage of the bail amount in order to post the bond.
What should bring with me to the bonding office?
TWO forms of PHOTO ID – both current and valid, TWO current pay stubs, and proof of address (utility or electric bill or recent tax return).
What is collateral?
Collateral is something of value used to secure your debt obligation and ensure payment, and certify that the defendant will appear in court as required.
How do I go about getting my collateral back?
After a case is over, and the bond is exonerated, you must go to the court in which the case was pending and acquire a certificate of disposition. Bring that certificate of disposition into our bonding office location that you initially posted the bond in, and within approximately 60 business day the collateral check will be ready to be picked up. Don’t worry, our office will call you once the check is in. Only the person who pledged the collateral can pick up the check and must show a valid form of photo ID.