Get Help Posting Bail in Dallas and Fort Worth Area Jails and Detention Centers
There are many possible reasons you may have an active warrant out for your arrest, and in any of these potential situations, you may have a great deal of stress knowing that you could be arrested at any time. Whether you have missed a court date, failed to pay a fine, or been associated with a crime, the best course of action to resolve your active arrest warrant is to turn yourself in. There are, however, multiple ways to handle this process. You could turn yourself in and pay the full amount of bail, which may be a staggering sum of money that could be better spent on family expenses or the fees for a good defense attorney. Alternatively, you could post a bond with A-EZ Out Bail Bonds in Dallas and Fort Worth or Tarrant Counties, which will allow you to pay just a fraction of your bail amount and return home until your trial date. Our team is not here to pass judgment, regardless of your situation, so we will work with you on any type of arrest warrant to ensure that you get more time out of jail to focus on the intricacies of your case.
What Can Happen When You Have an Active Arrest Warrant
If there is a bench warrant issued for your arrest, you might have law enforcement show up at your home or place of employment at any time. Not only could this result in embarrassment, but it may also catch you unprepared to post bail and get released in a timely fashion. Even if law enforcement is not actively pursuing your warrant, you might be overwhelmed by the stress of something as simple as being pulled over for a minor traffic offense.
What to Do When You Have a Warrant for Your Arrest
Taking action on an arrest warrant can spare you from undue stress and keep you from getting into a financial bind. Below, you’ll get a closer look at what you should do if you have an active warrant.
- Post a bond – With a bail bond, you only pay a fraction of your total bail and agree to attend your court date so that you do not have to spend time in jail before your trial.
- Speak to a defense attorney – The money that you save by not paying the entirety of your bail might be used to hire a defense attorney who can help you win your case.
If you have a warrant out for your arrest, don’t hesitate to contact A-EZ Out Bail Bonds’s main office at (214) 749-5600. We offer 24/7 service with warrant bail bonds for felony and misdemeanor offenses.