Counties We Serve

Dallas | Tarrant | Collin | Denton

Office Hours

We write bail bonds 24/7

Dallas: (214) 749-5600

Denton: (940) 320-6600

McKinney: (972) 542-5155

Plano: (972) 422-1544

Fort Worth: (817) 877-5555

Arlington: (817) 801-1230

A bail bond agreement is a legally binding document. In the same way you get in trouble for violating court orders, failure to follow through with a bail bond agreement can land you in hot water. If you set up a payment plan or court attendance agreement with your bondsman, make sure you follow through with it. Otherwise, you need to communicate with your bondsman and reach an understanding. DFW arrestees can count on A-EZ Out Bail Bonds for a quick, affordable release from jail.

Your Initial Agreement

The first step to fulfilling your bail bond agreement is truly understanding what it entails. There are two main components to a bail bond agreement. The first is the promise you make to fully cover your portion of the bail. With most bail bondsmen, this will be about 10% of the total bail amount. You will usually be able to set up a payment plan based on your finances and disposable income.

The second thing you promise is that you’ll attend all court dates you’re given. If you decide to skip out on your court appearances, you could earn additional legal fines your bondsman will be asked to pay. Because these aren’t included in the initial bail bond agreement, your bondsman will probably require you to pay them back.  

A Bail Bondsman’s Options

Bail bond agencies are considered private loaning agencies. Because of this, they get to operate very freely. If a bail bondsman chooses to, they have every right to take a client to court for violating a contractual agreement. Defendants can be sued for the amount of additional fees and fines that accumulate if they do not attend court dates. Some bail bondsmen will hire a bounty hunter or debt collector to get their payments. In other cases, violating your agreement with a bail bondsman can lead to a re-arrest.

The Re-Arrest Process

If a bail bondsman has reason to believe their client will not pay their share or attend court dates, they can take it a step further by revoking their bail. After this happens, the defendant will technically be out of jail without bail on record, which is a serious crime. The defendant will be classified as a fugitive. Police will expect the defendant to return to police custody, and it they do not return on their own, they will issue a warrant for their re-arrest.

A-EZ Out Bail Bonds: Offering Affordable Payment for DFW Bail Bonds

When you violate your contract with a bail bondsman, you’re setting yourself up for serious trouble. From a lawsuit to a bounty to a possible re-arrest, failing to pay your bondsman or attend court is a bad idea with unavoidable consequences. Most reliable bondsmen are understanding and willing to work out a payment plan specifically tailored to your financial situation. At A-EZ Out Bail Bonds, we offer the most affordable bond options in DFW. Give us a call at (214) 749-5600 or visit our website to get in touch with our trusted bail bond agents. We understand everyone makes mistakes, but that doesn’t mean they need to stay in jail for it.