Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds

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If you are looking for Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds, look no further than ASAP Bail Bonds. Though we have four locations in Houston, our bail bond services span the entire state of Texas. There are a variety of bail bond types, and which one you choose will depend on your current situation.

Our expert bondsmen will work with you to find the right type of bond. We will also help you understand how the bail bond process works and what that means for you. Please keep reading for more information about bail bonds and the services we offer.

Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds

Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds

We Help You Get Home

When an offender faces arrest, typically the first thing that happens is they are taken to a police department. An officer will then book the person into the system. Following this, the offender will fulfill a requirement to attend a court hearing. During the hearing, the preceding judge will set the bail amount and court trial date.

It is common for an offender to be caught off guard by an arrest. As a result, most will not have the money to pay for their bail out-of-pocket. This is where requesting a bond comes in. Once you receive a bond, you can go home and back to work, until the appointed court date.

Additionally, you must show up for your court trial date. Neglecting to do this will more than likely result in a law enforcement agency issuing a warrant for your arrest. Facing incarceration after release can have a significantly negative impact on your future.

No matter what your bail amount is set to, ASAP Bail Bonds is here to help you understand the bail bond and what your responsibilities are. For instance, during the hearing, a judge may rule that you must follow specific rules while you await trial. Should you violate those rulings, you will likely be found in contempt of court and face prison time.

Types of Bail Bonds

Cash

A cash bond is a common type of bail bond, and the easiest to acquire. You can make payments for this bond with cash or a credit or debit card. One thing you will want to keep in mind is the fact that many banks and credit card companies will place daily spending limits on accounts they are servicing.

If your bail amount exceeds those limits, you will have to consider other bond options. A bondsman from ASAP Bail Bonds has the expertise to help you decide which bond is right for you.

Personal

Personal bail bonds are slightly different than other types of bonds. This is because a judge will be the one to issue it to an offender. The fact that a judge has given you a personal bond means that they see you as a low flight risk.

Should you receive a personal bond, know that this means you agree to follow certain restrictions. In fact, before release, you must sign a contract stating as much. There are an infinite number of restrictions a judge can place on your activity between the current date and trial.

For example, they can order you to stay away from places that sell alcohol, submit to random drug testing, or even maintain a certain distance from other persons involved in the same crime. If we can offer two pieces of advice to our clients, we would say 1- show up to your trial, and 2- follow the rulings of your preceding judge.

Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds

Transfer

When you find you must put in a request for a transfer bond, you are likely under a jurisdiction outside of your home state. If you were visiting another state when you found yourself under arrest, a transfer bond is a solution to getting you out of jail. The state you are visiting has no obligation to issue you a bond. However, your home state is legally required to do so.

Should you call Texas home, consider ASAP Bail Bonds for your transfer bond needs. Our experienced agents will help you obtain a transfer bond. Furthermore, we will act as a liaison between yourself and the arresting jurisdiction. Keep in mind that despite receiving a bond, you likely must stay within the city or state limits.

Federal

Federal bail bonds are the most complex type.  Moreover, federal bail amounts are usually at a higher level than those at the local and state level. A federal offender has likely committed a more severe crime and thereby presents an increased risk for bond agencies.

They also often are a danger to society and an increased flight risk. As a result, most bail bond companies will require extra collateral in addition to bond payments.

When you consider which bail bond agency fits your needs, know that ASAP has years of experience dealing with federal bail bonds. We have an exceptional support staff who will work hard to get you home. Additionally, they know the best way to navigate the federal bond system.

Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds

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Choose ASAP Bail Bonds

ASAP Bail Bonds is the premium choice for receiving quick bond service. Our 24/7/365 agency is here to help you through the process of requesting and receiving a bond. We know that navigating these waters can be confusing and complicated. Especially when you are simultaneously dealing with the consequences of an arrest, that is why our caring and genuine customer support agents are here to help guide you.

No matter the bail amount a judge has set, you are covered by our exceptional service. We are proud to serve Texas and look forward to continuing to serve the Houston and Greater Houston area.

Give ASAP Bail Bonds a call at (713) 225-2727. Click here to visit our website which has a plethora of information about our services. We also offer free quotes! For a great Harris County TX 24 7 Bail Bonds experience, give ASAP Bail Bonds a call.

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