How is the price determined?
Large bonds can be done at a lower percent if all fees are paid in FULL.
What counties do you operate in?
East Texas Bail Bonds is approved to write Surety Bonds in Wood County and Van Zandt County Texas. This includes any-and-all municipal jails in the counties jurisdictions. East Texas Bail Bonds can accommodate any charge, from any county, for any amount!
If an inmate is being held in a surrounding county, special arrangements may be considered for release through East Texas Bail Bonds. These special arrangements depend on charges and counties, and also will have to be conducted between 9-4 Monday-Friday, excluding bank holidays.
What type of payments are accepted?
When can a bond be posted?
When are you available to post bonds?
What is needed for posting a bond?
In addition to the fees, all individuals released will need a co-signer who assumes responsibility to the remaining bill; if a balance is due, any and all court costs incurred by the individual if they do not show up to court and also the FULL bond amount if the Courts rule a Bond Forfeiture judgement.
Anyone over the age of 18 may be a co-signer and will need a valid ID.
Do I get any money back?
If the client wishes to post bond and receive funds back, they must post the FULL bond amounts to the JAIL; and in doing so the money will not be returned until all cases have been dismissed, or disposed.
What is required after having a bond posted?
Violations of ANY of the agreements is an automatic forfeit of all bonds, and the co-signer may be held liable for all costs accrued for said violations.