Posting Bail

There are multiple reasons why you might think that there’s a warrant issued for your arrest. If that’s the case, you’ll want to check and know for sure, so that police officers don’t surprise you at your home or work. The most important thing is to remain calm, even if there is an arrest warrant …

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Breaking the law is easy. In fact, it’s probably much easier than we all think. There are some serious laws that we never hope to violate, but that’s not all. Apparently, every state has its fair share of weird laws that people break without even knowing. The same applies to the State of Texas. Some …

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Nobody wants to spend their pretrial period in a cell. Not only is your freedom taken away, but you will also have a much harder time trying to organize a good legal defense from behind bars. Of course, the bail system can help you out with that issue. But, if you are already aware that …

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On May 4, 2021, the Texas House passed a new bill to change how detainees on criminal charges can come out of custody on bail. This bail reform now partially requires authorities to employ a risk assessment evaluation before coming up with any bail decisions. And it bans cashless release for people facing charges for …

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Generally, the law can protect you from high or unreasonable bail amounts. This is evident through clauses in the Texas constitution and the Eighth Amendment. Namely, they state that the courts should not require excessive bail. In Texas, the amounts can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars based on the circumstances. Yet, …

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In the State of Texas, bail can cost hundreds of dollars for misdemeanor charges and thousands of dollars for larger felonies. If you’ve ever encountered the term “excessive bail,” you know that some Texas judges can set incredibly high cash bail amounts. In fact, in 2017, a judge in Killeen, TX, broke the record for …

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The Texas Criminal Code is long, complicated, and ridden with legal jargon. Chapter 17 of the Code of Criminal Procedure comprehensively outlines a defendant’s rights to bail in the state of Texas. We know it can be difficult to parse out, that’s why we’ve done it for you! Below, we will break down the information …

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The prison system in the United States can be confusing. Legal jargon and the intricacies of the justice system can overwhelm people who don’t have experience with it. That’s why A-EZ out is going to help guide you through some key parts of the process. The first thing you should know is that when we …

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The COVID-19 pandemic put a strain on bail bond companies and defendants alike. The courts started postponing hearings due to public safety concerns, and bail bond companies became even more essential. A lot of U.S. citizens were and continue to be under immense financial strain due to mass layoffs. They often struggle to pay the …

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Posting bail for a loved one is a huge decision. There are a lot of factors to consider before you agree to co-sign a bail bond. It can be a huge financial responsibility, and you are liable for the debt. Many people don’t have large amounts of cash sitting around, and rely on bond companies …

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