If you've been arrested, there's likely a bond for your release. Once the judge sets a bond amount, you'll remain in jail until you or someone else pays that money. Don't spend a night in jail because you can't afford to post bond. Rely on Capital Bail Bonds in Sherman, Texas to post bond for you. Our bondsman is familiar with the bail bond process. We'll work with you to understand how bail bonds work and take care of yours for you.
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If you're not sure how bail bonds work, Capital Bail Bonds is here to help. We're here to answer any questions you may have about the process so you can make informed decisions about your situation.
Here are some of our most frequently asked questions about the bail bond process:
What is bail?
Bail is the means of procuring the release of custody of a person charged with a criminal offense.
How is the bail amount set?
The judge sets the bail amount based on the charges filed. The judge may raise or lower the bail amount depending on several factors: the seriousness of the crime, your criminal history and whether they consider you a flight risk.
How long does it take to get out of jail?
The paperwork takes about 15 to 30 minutes. After the jail receives our paperwork, it takes anywhere from one to three hours for local police stations and three to eight hours for county jails to release you. However, the busier the facility is, the longer your release can take. Capital Bail Bonds makes every effort for a quick release.
Spend time with your family instead of in the county jail. Speak with a bail bondsman today by calling 903-816-7333.