Bail Bonds FAQ’S
When individuals are arrested, their families often are not familiar with bail bonds procedures to get out of jail. The following are answers to questions our customers at AAA Garcia Bail Bonds frequently ask.
Questions and Answers
Q. How am I responsible for the person I'm bailing out?
A. Yes. You are financially responsible for all cost relating to this bond for the full amount plus court fees.
Q. How long does it take to get out?
A. 30 minutes to 3 hours depending on processing speed of the jail.
Q. What Counties?
A. Most in Texas.
Q. Can I cosign if I'm currently on Bond?
A. That is not allowed.
Q. What's an Indemnitor?
A. A person who co-signs a bail bond is known as an Indemnitor.
Q. Do I get my money back?
A. The Bail Bond is actually an insurance policy that guarantees court appearances until the case is finally adjudicated. This is actually the bondsman's fee and you do not get that money back.
Q. What is a Surety Bond?
A. A surety bond is an agreement made between a person and a bondsman.
Q. What do I do if I have a warrant?
A. We'll help you get in and out fast.
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