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What are Denton bail bonds?
A bail bond is the document that is presented to the court to secure the release of a defendant who is in custody, and to ensure the appearance of the defendant at all required court hearings.

How does a bail bond work?
Typically, a bail amount is set by the local court
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jurisdiction following the arrest of a defendant. A family member, a close friend, or sometimes the defendant will contact a bail agent to arrange for the posting of the bail bond. The family member or friend that is guaranteeing the bond, also known as the indemnitor or co-signer, will complete paperwork and pay the premium, which is a percentage of the bond amount. By signing the paperwork, the indemnitor is guaranteeing that he or she will be liable financially if the defendant fails to appear in court.

What are Denton bail bonds?
A bail bond is the document that is presented to the court to secure the release of a defendant who is in custody, and to ensure the appearance of the defendant at all required court hearings.

How does a bail bond work?
Typically, a bail amount is set by the local court jurisdiction following the arrest of a defendant. A family member, a close friend, or sometimes the defendant will contact a bail agent to arrange for the posting of the bail bond. The family member or friend that is guaranteeing the bond, also known as the indemnitor or co-signer, will complete paperwork and pay the premium, which is a percentage of the bond amount. By signing the paperwork, the indemnitor is guaranteeing that he or she will be liable financially if the defendant fails to appear in court.

Who is an indemnitor/guarantor/co-signer?
An indemnitor/guarantor/co-signer is an individual, usually a friend or family member of the defendant, who agrees to indemnify the bail agent against a financial loss.

How is bail determined?
A judge or magistrate normally sets the amount of bail for a particular case according to a county bail schedule and the particulars of a case.

How can I pay for a bail bond?
Acceptable forms of payment for Denton bail bonds are typically cash or credit card. A payment plan may be available upon approval.

How much do bail bonds cost?
Most often 10% of the bond amount if the bond is over $2500.00, (class C tickets are a set amount and not a percentage). In the State of Texas there is a $15.00 filing fee, per bond, with the Sheriff's Department at the time the bond is posted not to exceed $30.00 per defendant.

Is the premium refundable?
Once the bond is posted at the Sheriff's department or jail, the premium not refundable. 

When will the defendant be released?
There are several factors that must be considered, but on average it takes 1 to 4 hours.

What is a Transfer Bond?
Since we are part of a nationwide network, we have the ability to have agents in other counties and states to write bail at any jail the defendant is being held. There are additional costs associated with a transfer bond.
Webb's Statewide Bail Bonds
1504 E. McKinney Street   Suite 100
Denton, Texas  76209
License # 03-01-06
Webb's Statewide Bail Bonds
708 S College Street, Ste 103B
McKinney, Texas  75069
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