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Bail Bonds for First-Degree Felonies in Texas


What Is a First-Degree Felony in Texas?

First-degrees felonies in Texas are among the worst crimes committed. Murder, rape, assault with a deadly weapon, and many more similar type offenses fall under the first-degree felony category. As a general punishment, offenders convicted of first-degree felonies can serve anywhere from five to 99 years in prison.

First-Degree Felony Punishment Range in Texas

As mentioned, the range of punishment for first-degree offenders stretches anywhere from five years up to 99 years in prison. There is also a fine of up to $10,000 associated with a first-degree felony charge.

Examples of First Degree Felonies

Listed below are some examples of first-degree felonies:

  • Aggravated robbery
  • Aggravated assault of a public servant
  • Aggravated kidnapping
  • Aggravated sexual assault
  • Burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit or with the commission of a felony
  • Arson of a habitation
  • Causing serious bodily injury to a child, elderly person, or disabled person
  • Escape from custody with serious bodily injury
  • Murder
  • Solicitation of capital murder
  • Trafficking of children under the age of fourteen

Bail for a First-Degree Felony

Bail is still an option for most first-degree felonies. If a judge grants you an opportunity to post bail, then PCS Bail Bonds should be your first call. We have over 25 years of experience in helping defendants process their bail. PCS Bail Bonds acts quickly and we are available 24/7.

As long as bail is possible, then PCS Bail Bonds can make it happen. We don’t want to see you or someone you love stay in jail a minute longer than they have to

For more information about PCS Bail Bonds, contact us today at or call us toll free at (888) 335-1655.

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