Bail Bonds

It’s a sad but unfortunate reality that many people find themselves behind bars during the most joyous time of year – the holidays. Whether your loved one is behind bars for a warrant, misdemeanor, traffic ticket or even felony charge, there’s a way to bail them out quickly without missing a beat. At A-EZ Out Bail Bonds, we believe no one should be separated from their family during the holidays, so we provide bail bond services 24/7, even on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Here’s how to bail out your loved one for each arrest scenario so you can be together for the holidays.

When it comes to traffic ticket warrants, there’s a lot of misinformation out there. Contrary to what some believe, Dallas officers will arrest you for unpaid traffic tickets. Here are a few of the myths about traffic ticket warrants so you’ll be prepared for the hard truth.

Is it a foolish thing to do to go all out and represent yourself before a court of law? Lawyers have a saying that a man representing himself in court has both a fool as a client and a fool as a lawyer. And they’re partly right. But the same could be said, however, for …

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After you’ve posted bail, you will most likely have the opportunity to go home and await your next court date. Time in jail passes very slowly, so going home might sound like the best thing ever, but there are actually several advantages to choosing to wait things out at home rather than in jail. At …

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Dallas’s number one bonding company, A-EZ Out Bail Bonds, is now opening in Denton, Texas. Denton is home to two universities and an eclectic music and arts scene, attracting new residents from all over the United States. As of now, Denton is listed as the 8th largest county in Texas. However, it’s population growth rate …

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott called for statewide bail reform after officer Damon Allen was killed in 2017. The man who killed Allen was previously convicted of assaulting an officer in 2015, and ramming into a Smith County deputy’s car in 2017. He served one year in jail for the first conviction, and was released on …

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We often notice that most people don’t realize you can bail someone out of jail—via bail bond—with a credit card. We often work with families and friends of inmates in Dallas County Jail and other detention facilities throughout Collin County (and Fort Worth); this seems to be a forgotten method. However, you can bail someone …

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If you’re in Texas and experienced a charge and arrest for a crime, you know just how expensive and time-consuming it is. This is especially true in Dallas County, as DFW is notorious for cracking down on crime—with expensive fines and fees. According to a national survey, around 70% of people detained in United States …

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Bail bonds services can offer defendants numerous advantages over trying to deal directly with the courts. For starters, most accused persons have zero to limited knowledge of how the bond administrative process works. They don’t know the questions to ask or to whom they should direct their inquiries. A bail bonds service’s familiarity with the …

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Defendants in Dallas, TX, can use felony bail bonds to be released from jail pending the outcome of their cases. Although many individuals are allowed to use violent and non-violent crime bail bonds, there are still plenty of misconceptions about them. For example, it’s often thought that the bail bondsman who arranges felony bail bonds …

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