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The Texas criminal code identifies a number of activities as being illegal, all of which can be punishable by fines, imprisonment, and other sanctions. Different crimes are classified under different types of offenses. This includes misdemeanors, DWIs, felonies, and traffic tickets. Misdemeanors are crimes that are less serious than a felony, and not all of them carry jail time. Most of these cases don’t go to trial—oftentimes, a probationary period is given to the defendant, and they’ll do community service or pay a fine.
The severity of a DWI depends on the specifics of each case, and whether it’s a first, second, or third offense. Defendants can spend up to 10 years in jail when it comes to a DWI.
Felonies are among the most serious crimes you can be charged with in Texas, and can carry up to a life sentence in prison.
Traffic tickets usually don’t result in any jail time for the driver, but if enough unpaid violations are accumulated, defendants can face possible jail time. Fortunately, the PCS Bail Bonds agents in Fort Worth are able to offer bail bonds to defendants that are charged with any type of offense.
In addition to offering Fort Worth bail bonds for a variety of offenses, PCS Bail Bonds is happy to also be able to provide bail bonds for a wide array of charges. From theft, drug possession, embezzlement, assault, and even sex offenses, we’ll have you covered. More charges that we can offer bails bonds for include but are not limited to:
Our affordable bail bond agents in Fort Worth are able to assist with three main types of bonds: surety, property, and personal recognizance. Surety bonds are the most common type of bond in Texas. In these cases, someone other than the defendant takes responsibility for making sure they show up on their assigned court date—this entails financial responsibility too. Property bonds are a good option when the accused or person bailing them out doesn’t have the cash upfront for their bail. These are a little less common since the property must be valued at 150% of the total bail amount and because it takes the court system a longer time to secure a lien on any property. Personal recognizance bonds are when authorities allow a defendant to be released on bail without any deposit or collateral and are only granted after a judge assesses their criminal history and risk assessment.
If you ever find yourself in need of a bail bond in Fort Worth, Texas, all you need to do is call PCS Bail Bonds. Our bail bond agents are always on call, so you’ll never have to worry about going through this situation alone. While most local court systems can take hours to process paperwork, we can have it done in a fraction of the time and be down to the jail in as little as 30 minutes. We accept a variety of payments, including mobile payment at the jail. Contact us today to learn how we can help you through the bail bond process.