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Collin County Bail Bonds

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About Our Preferred Collin County Bail Bonds Provider

There a lot of people in Collin County, Texas who don't know the first step in finding a reliable bondsman who can help them in their time of need. If you fall into this category, don't worry. You aren't alone. The Collin County Jail holds thousands of inmates, but a percentage of those are still being incarcerated just because their friend or family member doesn't know how to bail them out. They might think that they don't have enough money up front. They might even think that they don't qualify. Heck, they might not even know that almost everyone is eligible for bail (see exceptions below).

At Tx Bail Bonds, we've done research on all of the Collin County bonding companies and have discovered that one rises above the rest. View our preferred Collin County Bonding Company on Tx Bail Bonds now. We've included all of their pertinent details so you can get right through to a qualified bondsman who can immediately write your bond and get your loved one or friend out of jail quickly.


How a Collin County Bonding Company Works

In order to understand how a bonding company works, you first have to understand how a bail bond works. The concept of 'bail' was established to prevent overcrowding of jails and to allow defendants the right to gather evidence to fight their case. An inmate could just pay money to the court as a type of collateral where once they show up for their court date, they get 90% of their money back. This served as a great way to ensure that a person wouldn't leave town and become a fugitive.

The problem with this process today is that most bail amounts are set very high. In fact, the amount of bail that is mandatorily set by a judge or magistrate is unaffordable for most people. This is where the concept of a bail bond comes into play.

A bond is a type of insurance policy written on the inmate's behalf which guarantees that he or she will be in front of the judge on their scheduled court date. In order to get released from jail under these terms, a person must have someone co-sign this guarantee and possible put up some collateral of their own. The typical rate that a Collin County bondsman will charge is anywhere between 10% - 20%. This is regulated by the State of Texas.

The biggest difference between Collin County bail bonds and the rest of the United States, is that you can hire an attorney to write the bond for you, instead of a typical 'bonding company.' For more information on this type of bonding service, visit our website (linked above in the second paragraph). To see more history about our website, visit this page about Tx Bail Bonds Quora.

Collin County Jail

4300 Community Ave
McKinney, TX 75071
(972) 547-5200

Bondsman Headquarters

Tx Bail Bonds
3839 McKinney Avenue
Suite 155-2192
Dallas, TX 75204
214-563-3221