Tarrant County Bail Bond Specialists

Bail Bonds by Charges

Being arrested for the first, second, or even third time can be worrisome. And if you haven’t been through the Tarrant County bail bond process, this time can be even more stressful. Fortunately, PCS Bail Bonds provides bail bonds to all of Tarrant County, so you won’t ever need to worry about getting your hands on one. Regardless of your charge, bail bonds are available 24 hours a day in Tarrant County. PCS Bail Bonds is happy to offer bail bond options for a variety of charges including drug possession, disorderly conduct, reckless driving, and fraud, among others.

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Bail Bonds by Charges in Texas

Bail for Weapons Charges

While the state of Texas allows for citizens to openly carry a firearm, there are certain laws that need to be abided by. If you’re found carrying a weapon without a permit to do so, you can face jail time, community service, and/or thousands of dollars in fines. Illegal weapons, aside from un-registered firearms, include brass knuckles, switch blades, and zip guns, among others.

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Bail for Drug Possession Charges

Being charged with drug possession means you’ve been caught with any amount of any drug that is not included in the Texas Health and Safety Code. If you had less than 28 grams of the illegal substance, your charge will be classified as a Class A misdemeanor; if you had over 28 grams in your possession, your charge will be increased to a felony. Regardless of the severity of your drug possession charge or what you were caught with, PCS Bail Bonds will be able to bail you out of jail while you await your court date.

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Bail for Assault Charges

When accused of assault in Texas, you could be facing misdemeanor or felony charges depending on the severity of your crime. There are different classes for each type of charge, which can be made worse if there was a weapon present and depending on who the victim was. Those facing felony charges can receive up to 20 years in a state prison and fines upwards of $10,000.

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Bail for Theft Charges

Theft charges can include a variety of different crimes, including shoplifting, burglary, identity theft, embezzlement, and carjacking to name a few. These charges range in severity, as do their penalties. Fortunately, PCS Bail Bonds can offer bail support for anyone facing a range of these charges.

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Bail for Sex Offenses

There are a variety of sex offenses that you can be apprehended for in Texas. This includes sexual assault, aggravated assault, sexting offenses, prostitution, and offenses involving children or protected individuals. Generally, penalties can vary from decades in prison to fines up to $10,000, as well as being named to a sex-offender registry.

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Bail for Hit-and-Run

If you hit a vehicle or person and fail to remain at the scene, you could be charged with a hit and run. These offences range from misdemeanors to felonies, depending on the damage or level of injury inflicted. For example, if you flee the scene of an accident where you caused serious injury or death, you could be sentenced two to 10 years in jail and ordered to pay up to $5,000 in fines.

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Bail for Felony Charges

A felony in Texas is separated into four categories. These categories are ordered according to the severity of the crime committed. A capital felony is the most serious and could result in offenders receiving the death penalty. After capital felonies are first-degree, second-degree, and third-degree felonies. Some common felonies include murder, kidnapping, rape, and robbery. …

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Bail for Embezzlement Charges in Texas

Embezzlement refers to the misappropriation of funds or property. For example, if you entrust your money to someone and they take it for themselves either in part or whole, they’ve embezzled. This crime can be classified as either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the value of the property or money that was embezzled. Punishments can range from a $1,500 fine to 99 years in prison plus a $200,000 fine.

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Bail for Burglary Charges in Texas

Burglary in Texas falls under theft, but its penalties are much harsher. It occurs anytime someone enters or breaks into a building with the intent to commit a felony, theft, or assault inside. Depending on the severity of the crime, punishments can include a prison term in surplus of 20 years and fines ranging from $1,000 to $100,000, as well as restitution and/or probation.

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24-Hour Bail Bond Service in Tarrant County, Texas

If you or a loved one has been taken into custody, all you need to do is contact PCS Bail Bonds. We have bail bondsmen available on call in Tarrant County for your convenience. They’ll be able to help you through this difficult time and give you advice tailored to your specific case. Trust PCS Bail Bonds when it comes to handling the bond services for your loved one—we’ll be able to get them released from jail in no time. While local court systems can take hours to complete and process paperwork, we can have it done and be down to the jail in as little as 30 minutes. In addition, we accept all forms of payment—even mobile payment at the jail. Contact us today to get your loved one released from jail now.