Collin County Bail Bond Company Locations
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Collin County, Texas Bail Agent Information
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CitiesTowns
Major Highways
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AllenFairview
U.S. Highway 75
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FriscoHebron
U.S. Highway 380
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Blue RidgeNew Hope
Dallas North Tollway
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FarmersvilleProsper
President George Bush Turnpike
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LavonSt. Paul
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Lowry Crossing
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Lucas
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McKinney
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Melissa
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Murphy
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Nevada
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Parker
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Plano
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Richardson
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What Bail Bonds Are:
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If you have been charged with a crime, the criminal justice system gives you the opportunity to remain out of jail until trial by furnishing a bail bond. Almost all the criminal justice systems offer some type of bail bond system that allows people to remain free until they have been proven guilty. Various types of bond options are provided in different states but it's important to keep in mind that the fundamental principles remain the same. Here is everything you need to know about how bail bonds work.
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Once a person is charged with a crime and arrested, that person is taken to Collin County court for a preliminary hearing. During the preliminary hearing, the defendant is allowed to plead guilty or not guilty. It is during the preliminary hearing that the bail amount is set by the presiding judge. As far as the bail amount is concerned, it varies.
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Once the bail amount has been set by the judge, the defendant is free to post the bail if he or she wants to get out of jail. The bail amount works as a surety as the money will be confiscated by the state in case the defendant does not come back for the trial. The bail amount is required to be paid to the jail or to the court clerk depending on the jurisdiction. In some cases, the bond may also be required to be paid to the bondsmen. Once the bond has been furnished, the defendant is released from jail until the trial date.
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Once the person has been released from jail upon furnishing the bail bond, it is their duty to report to the courthouse as and when they are called upon. In case the person fails to appear in court, they lose the money they have paid for the bail, and the court also issues an arrest warrant for them. If you are found guilty you may be required to pay fines as required by the court and in some cases, you may also have to serve some time in jail. If you are found not guilty, you are free to live your life as you want. Once the trial is over, you can claim the bond money that you have paid to the state. In most cases, the full amount is refunded to the defendant whereas a small processing fee may be deducted in some jurisdictions.
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In many cases, the defendant does not have the necessary money to post the required surety bail bond. In such cases, they can get in touch with a bail bondsmen. The bail bondsman agrees to post bail on behalf of the defendant. They make money by charging a non-refundable fee which in most cases is set at 10% of the bail amount. If the defendant does not appear in court on the set date, the bond amount is forfeited. The bail agent is then free to bring a civil suit against the defendant or he may also hire a bounty hunter to catch the defendant to recover their money.
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Collin County, Texas Bail Bonds Resources
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Bail Bonds in Collin County, Texas
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How Collin County Bail Bonds Work
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Collin County Bail Bonds Companies
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Collin County Bail Bonds YouTube
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Collin County Bail Bonds Video
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Collin County Bail Bonds Info Site
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Tx Bail Bonds Academia
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Collin County, Texas