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Bail Bond Terms

If you are expected to make an appearance in court, you may want to consider offering the court a surety, or a promise of bail. If you are interested in posting bail, you will probably want to do a little research about the various bail bonds available to you and the various terms associated with those bonds. It may be a good idea to become familiar with the terms below first.

  • Bail Posting - One party often promises to pay a specific amount of money or a certain fee or cost to the other party. This party is then allowed to remain free and out of jail until a court appearance or trial is scheduled.
  • Bail Bondsmen - A bail bondsman works for a defendant on a 24-hour basis to see to it that he or she stays out of state or federal jail.
  • Immigration - Many bail bonds are offered to immigrants who have been incarcerated for breaking immigration laws.
  • Bounty Hunter - A bounty hunter may track down anyone who has skipped out on a court appearance. Bounty hunters are on call 24 hours a day.
  • Fee - A fee must be paid by anyone interested in making bail.
  • Bail Agent - Bail bondsmen are also often referred to as bail agents.
  • Bail - A defendant may avoid jail for a time by offering up a certain amount of money to the court as a surety, or promise.
  • Enforcement - A court may hire a bounty hunter to enforce its bail policies.
  • Guarantee - A surety is sometimes also referred to as a guarantee.
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    Judy's Bonding Service
    113 E 4th St, Odessa, TX 79761
    (432) 332-5061
    Amigo's Bonding Service
    300 N Texas Ave, Odessa, TX 79761
    (432) 332-7111
    Will's Bonding Service
    318 N Texas Ave, Odessa, TX 79761
    (432) 580-5044
    E Z Terms Bailbond
    801 N Lamesa Rd, Midland, TX 79701
    (432) 687-2663
    Tall City Bail Bonds
    409 S Main St, Midland, TX 79701
    (432) 687-1400
    A 1 Bail Bonds by Ronnie Smith
    112 S Loraine St Ste 303, Midland, TX 79701
    (432) 686-9408
    Payless Bail Bonds by Bobby Jackson
    409 S Main St, Midland, TX 79701
    (432) 682-1937
    Tio's Bail Bonds
    810 S Pecos St, Midland, TX 79701
    (432) 570-4319
    Judy's USA Bonding
    1030 Andrews Hwy, Midland, TX 79701
    (432) 570-7775
    Katz Bail Bond
    119 Nw Avenue A, Andrews, TX 79714
    (432) 524-6344
    ASAP Bail Bonding
    210 Nw Avenue A, Andrews, TX 79714
    (432) 631-6445
    State Farm Insurance
    108 S Oak St, Kermit, TX 79745
    (432) 586-3798
    Dominguez Bail Bonds
    3000 W Highway 80, Big Spring, TX 79720
    (432) 267-8007
    AAA Bail Bond
    110 E 3rd St, Big Spring, TX 79720
    (432) 267-2222
    Ab/Kennedy's Bail Bonds
    1411 W 4th St, Big Spring, TX 79720
    (432) 263-7221


    Most people will never have to know how bail bonds work, unless they end up in jail. However, if you ever get caught breaking the law, knowing there is a 24 hour service on call to help you post the necessary bail money to get out as quickly as possible is important information indeed. Whether you are incarcerated for an immigration violation, DUI or other violation, you may need the help of a bail bondsman to get you out of jail so you can prepare for your trial. These businesses provide the necessary fee to help you post bail when the cost is too high for you to afford alone. However, bail bonds come at a price and it is important to understand the cost of that guarantee before you hire the services of a bail bond agent. When a bail bond agent agrees to post your bail money, they are doing so on your guarantee that you will appear for your state or federal court date in the future. When you appear in court at a later date, the bail fee is refunded and the bail bond company recoups their expense. However, if you skip out on your trial, the bail bond company stands to be out a lot of money. That is why they require the surety of your payment, usually through some sort of collateral, so they have recourse if you are a no-show. They might also enlist the assistance of a bounty hunter who is typically on call 24 hours to track people who skip bail and enforce the law by bringing them back into custody.
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