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If you or your loved one are charged with a crime and need to get out of jail quickly, you can count on ASAP Bail Bonds to help bail you out. We are the fastest and most affordable bail bond company, serving local Harris County, Brazoria County, and Fort Bend County facilities. We believe that everyone deserves to get out of jail quickly.
For more information on court procedures, law practices, types of bonds, and the services we provide, visit our website for our blog and FAQ. Call us at any of our locations in Harris, Brazoria, or Fort Bend County to choose your payment plan, or fill out our forms to get the service you need!
What Are Bail Bonds?
Bail bonds are payments that ensure the defendant will return to court on set dates. When the defendant shows up to the court on the assigned day, the bail posting is returned to whoever paid it after 30 days. The bail is forfeited and kept by the court if they don’t show up. This is to ensure the defendant does not run and avoid their court date.
Those who cannot afford the bail amount can hire a bail bond company to post bail for them. Once you gather all the relevant information–which county or city jail you’re in, booking number, the charge, full legal name, date of birth, and the amount of bail–your next step is to contact a bond service company. That’s where we come in.
ASAP Bail Bonds is dedicated to offering our clients the fastest, most affordable service. We offer five types of bail bond services: Cash, surety, personal, transfer, and federal bail bonds.
Cash Bail Bonds
Cash bail bonds are still the most widely-used and most common payment method. Although most people carry cash, credit, or debit cards, cash bail bonds can still exceed the amount many can afford to pay. If no one posts bail for you, you are liable to spend however many months in jail before your court date. This could range anywhere from 30 days to 6 months.
We at ASAP Bail Bonds can help you post your bail quickly and give you time to prepare for your court date.
Surety Bail Bonds
A surety bail bond is a bond to ensure an obligation is fulfilled or compensated if it is not met and is usually paid by a third party. The entities involved are the principal, the obligee, and the surety. The principal obtains the bond, which ensures that the principal perform a particular action or obligation to the obligee. If the principal fails to do so, then the surety provides compensation to the obligee in the principal’s place. Surety bonds put the principal at risk while protecting the obligee.
Two examples of a surety bond are replevin bonds and injunction bonds. A replevin bond handles any property in question, whereas an injunction bond deals with restraining a party from taking action. Regardless of which type you need, ASAP Bail Bonds is here for all your surety bond needs.
Personal Bail Bonds
If you or your loved one poses a minimal flight risk or has little to no arrest history, the court judge may grant you a personal bail bond instead of a traditional cash one.
Also called an own recognizance, a personal bail bond is agreement with the court to honor conditions set before your court hearing. You sign a contract agreeing to appear before the court on all required court dates. Other conditions may prohibit you from breaking the law or require you to go to rehab or take drug tests.
Whatever the requirements of your personal bail bond, ASAP Bail Bonds will help you avoid bail payment and jail as long as you follow the conditions.
Transfer Bail Bonds
If you are arrested out of state and need a friend or family member to bail you out, you may be set a transfer bail bond. ASAP Bail Bonds will connect you and whoever is bailing you out and can arrange a bailout from our operations in Houston to any state in the United States. Our bail bond agents will then travel to the state of your arrest and fight to get you promptly released.
No matter what state you get arrested in, ASAP Bail Bonds can help. Don’t hesitate to call us for your transfer bond!
Federal Bail Bonds
If you go to a federal jail, a federal judge can set a federal bail bond, and these can get complicated very quickly. In federal cases collateral is usually offered, with the bail bondsman or bail bondsmen requiring collateral worth 150% the bail amount to cover the remainder of the bail, with the defendant paying 15% of the bail amount. Cash is usually offered as collateral, but if you cannot use it, you may use real estate, stocks, cars, credit cards, bonds, jewelry, personal credit, and bank accounts to secure a bond. These are all acceptable by most bonding offices.
If you are arrested again, the bondholder can either surrender the bond; they will no longer have the responsibility as the bondholder. Conversely, they can post two new bonds and pay the bond amount twice.
It is important that you get an agency familiar with these types of bonds. Luckily ASAP Bail Bonds can help you out by handling the complexities of the federal bail bond process.
Fresno TX 24 7 bail bonds
Getting arrested or having a loved one in jail can be a challenging, harrowing, and emotionally wrought experience, and we know that not everyone knows everything they need to regarding court proceedings and bail bonds.
But whatever your situation or your type of bail bond, ASAP Bail Bonds can provide you with the service you need to get out of jail quickly. Our mission is to offer the fastest, most affordable service for our customers. Call ASAP Bail Bonds for your Fresno TX 24 7 bail bonds!
- A settler from Fresno, CA chose the name!
- In 1990 Fresno had a population of 3,182, 6,603 in 2000.
- In 1914 it had a telephone connection, a general store, a hardware store, and a population of thirty-two!