If you’re arrested, you should try to get out on bail to avoid missing important obligations like work, school, family, and bill payments. If you can’t afford to pay the bail price set by the court, A-EZ Out can help. We only require you to pay 10% of your original bail cost to post bail for you. We can also help family members find where their loved ones are detained and post bail on their behalf. Just call or visit our website to get in touch with one of our talented bail bondsmen.
Arrests in Tarrant County
If you’re arrested in Tarrant County, you will most likely be held at the Tarrant County Corrections Center until you’re bailed out. This facility is large, and it’s close to the Tarrant County courthouses and the sheriff’s office. The Tarrant county jail has five locations across the county, with the Corrections Center being the biggest. A-EZ Out is located conveniently close to these locations, which means your paperwork could be processed faster with us than competing agencies.
Tarrant County Jail
The tarrant county jail is split up into five locations, with a total capacity of about 5,000 inmates. The Detention Bureau is staffed with 1,000 guards and sheriff’s deputies. The Detention Bureau serves an average of 10,250 meals in a day, and inmates are also offered opportunities for self-improvement. Inmates have access to health services, G.E.D courses, a law library, a recreational library, and inmate counselling.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visitation rules for the Tarrant County Jail might change in the near future. To know the updated regulations, we recommend calling a trusted bail bond agency or the jail itself. The typical visitation schedule is as follows:
Inmates with last names that start with A-L can receive visitors on Saturdays and Mondays from 9AM to 9PM and Fridays from 9AM to 3PM. Inmates with last initials M-Z can have visitors on Sundays and Tuesdays from 9AM to 9PM and Fridays from 3PM to 9PM. New visitors will not be processed in the last half hour of visitation.
If you’re going to visit a loved one in jail, you’ll have to adhere to a dress code that can be found on the Visitations Rules and Regulations page of Tarrant County’s website. There’s also a long list of items you’ll be prohibited from bringing into the jail, like purses, prescription medications, tobacco products, lighters, cell phones and weapons. You’ll need to bring a valid I.D. to get in, and anyone seventeen or younger needs to be accompanied by an adult.
Get Bailed Out Fast With A-EZ Out
A-EZ Out is available 24/7 to bail you out of any jail in Tarrant, Dallas, Denton, and Collin Counties. We have years of experience posting bail quickly so our clients can return to their lives after an arrest. If you or a loved one has been arrested, call or visit our website to get in touch with an experienced bail bondsman today!