No one is perfect, and sometimes our actions find us on the wrong side of the law. Knowing who to call if you get arrested is important, and that is why our Dallas bail bonds office is prepared to pick up the phone in your time of need.
Our Dallas Bail Bonds Team Gets You Through the Process
The bail bonds process is a mystery to most people, and if the need for our services arises, you may not understand exactly how to navigate the system. The team at 1st Call Bail Bonds in Dallas is experienced and understanding. Our goal is to make sure that you feel comfortable working with us to help bail a loved one out of a bad situation.
Our customer service is what sets us apart from other bail bond providers. We will guide you through the process step-by-step and ensure that no stone is left unturned and no document left misunderstood.
1st Call Bail Bonds Covers Your Charges Throughout Dallas County
If you find yourself stuck in jail in Dallas, depending on the charges, you may be concerned about whether or not 1st Call Bail Bonds will cover all of your charges. The whole purpose of bail is to get someone out of jail. That is why no matter what the charge or how high the bond is, 1st Call Bail Bonds is prepared to help and get you back to your family.
Dallas isn’t the only city where offenses happen and we know that! This is why we are proud to extend our services to neighboring cities throughout the county. 1st Call Bail Bonds makes it easy to make bail in:
- Grand Prairie
- Other Dallas County Cities
Why is Getting a Bail Bond So Important?
In the United States, everyone arrested is considered innocent until proven guilty. So, if you get arrested in Dallas County for any type of offense, you’ll be placed in a holding cell, awaiting your court date with offenders of all types.
No one wants their loved ones to be at risk of any kind, especially in jail. Acquiring a bail bond allows your family member or friend to get out of jail and prepare for their court date in comfort, so long as all legal requirements are followed.
Can Bail Be Rescinded or Denied?
Unfortunately, the answer is a solid yes. If you fail to meet mandated check-ins with your parole officer and bondsman, you will be tracked down and sent back to jail.
Also, if you fail to appear at your required court dates, you will have a bench warrant out for your arrest and will be sent back to jail.
One can be denied bail by a judge if:
- They committed a particularly violent offense
- They are a risk to themselves or their community
- They are labeled as a flight risk
Get Out of a Tough Spot with DFW Bail Bonds
Being behind bars for any length of time can leave you feeling helpless and unsure of who to turn to. Let 1st Call Bail Bonds be the group to help separate you from your legal binds. If you are in need of bonds services or have a loved one who needs to get out of jail, contact us 24/7 to find out about our process and how we can begin to help.