Affordable Bail Bonds in Denton & Collin Counties
When you or a family member has been arrested in North Texas, you need someone you can rely on. Trust You Walk Bail’s 18 years of experience helping Texans just like yourself. We have the understanding, know-how, and efficiency to see you through the bail bond process as quickly as the law allows.
We post bail bonds for a variety for offenses that include but is not limited to:
- Felony Offenses
- Misdemeanor Offenses
- Traffic Tickets
Our experienced and compassionate agents will provide assistance through every step of the bail bond process to ensure there is never any guess work, confusion or mistakes that could derail the process. And we do all this while offering the fastest processing and cheapest price you’ll find anywhere in Denton or Collin County.
Understanding The Bail Bond Process
You Walk Bail realizes how sensitive situations resulting in arrest can be. It’s a situation no one would ever want to be in. However, with our decades of experiences, we have the insight and compassion to guide you through every step of the bail bond process. Our agents will explain the process to you in simple, easy-to-understand language and take the time to answer your questions.
We are strongly committed to providing the best possible bail bond services in Denton and Collin County. As such, our agents take personal ownership in ensuring each and every defendant receives the fastest, easiest, and cheapest bail bond service anywhere in North Texas.
The Bond Process is pretty straightforward. After arrest in the state of Texas, a judge or representative of the court will determine the amount of any bail bond at what is known as an arraignment hearing. The amount requested at this hearing is amount of bail. In the state of Texas, this can be anywhere from a few hundred to a few hundred thousand dollars, depending on the crime, the record of the defendant, and the county in which you are incarcerated.
Getting Out of Jail as Quick as Possible
Once the arraignment has taken place and bail has been set, how quickly you get out of jail is up to you. If you don’t have the full amount the court is requesting, that’s where You Walk Bail can help. The next thing you should do is contact You Walk Bail (Denton County at 940-380-1954 or Collin County at 972-658-7753) to process your bail bond as quickly as possible.
The faster you can get bail posted, the faster you or your loved one will be out of jail. When you call, be sure to have the following handy:
- The full name of the defendant in need of bail
- The jail that they are being held in
Frequently Asked Questions about Bail Bonds in Texas
Q: How long will it take to obtain my bail bond?
A: It only takes a few minutes to obtain a bail bond. From start to finish, if you have everything you need, it’ll only take 15 – 20 minutes. Using a major credit card helps expedite the process.
Q: Can I finance my bail bond?
A: It depends on the situation, but in many cases, this is something that can be arranged. Call our office to discuss your situation to learn more.
Q: Once bail is posted, how long until I can get out of jail?
A: If bail is paid right away, defendants are released from jail immediately in the state of Texas and will be free to go about their normal life until their court date.
Q: How much does a bail bond cost?
A: It varies depending on the defendant, the charges, their record, and the county in which the bail must be posted. But in general, the cost ranges from about 7 – 20% of the full bail amount.
Q: What do I need to start the bail bond process?
A: All you need to do is have the defendant’s full name, know which jail they are being held in, and call us right now to start the process. We’re open 24/7 so go ahead and call immediately.