Getting fast and reliable Tarrant county bail bonds has never been easier than with PCS Bail Bonds. We’ve been providing the county with exceptional service and fast bond postings for over thirty years. Whatever the offense. Whatever the amount. We can get you out of jail in Tarrant County.
About Tarrant County
Tarrant County, Texas was founded in 1850 and is the third most populous county in Texas. The county seat is Fort Worth and has a population of around 2.1 million people.
Per the annual crime report released by the criminal district attorney, the top 5 crimes committed in Tarrant County in 2021 were:
- Possession of a controlled substance (felony)
- Possession of marijuana (misdemeanor)
- Driving while intoxicated (misdemeanor)
- Assault causing bodily injury (misdemeanor)
- Criminal trespass (misdemeanor)
Because Tarrant County is so large, there is a fair amount of crime. Because of this, we are proud to offer our services to anyone in the county. You or your loved one deserves to await your trial from the comfort of your home, so give us a call so we can make that happen.
Jails We Serve in Tarrant County
We are your Tarrant County bail bonds experts. As such, we can help get you or your loved one out of jails all over the counties. The jails that we serve are:
- Mansfield Jail
- Arlington City Jail
- Hurst City Jail
- Bedford City Jail
- Euless City Jail
- Tarrant County Jail
- North Richland Hills County
- Keller City Jail
- Haltom City Jail
- Grapevine City Jail
- Southlake City Jail
- Colleyville City Jail
- DFW Airport-DPS City Jail
If you are unsure where your loved one is being held, you can search for them and find out which jail they are being held in here.
The Bail Bonds Process
The bail bonds process can be especially daunting and confusing if it is the first time that you require them. Here, we will walk you through the process so that you can have a better understanding of what to expect should the circumstances arise.
When a person is arrested, they will attend an arraignment. This is where their charges will be read to them and where they will find out their bail amount.
Once this hearing is over, a friend or family member (or the offender) can contact a bail bondsman. Once they provide the bondsman with the necessary information (such as the name of the accused, the jail they are currently held in, the charges, and the bond amount), the bail bondsman can put up the money for the accused. Once everything is in order and the money is accepted by the court, the offender will be released.
The bail bondsman will usually take a premium of around 10% of the bail amount for the service and may also require some form of collateral. The only thing left is to make sure the offender shows up to their assigned court dates.
Failure to appear will forfeit the money that the bondsman put up on behalf of the accused and a warrant will be issued for their arrest. As you can see, it is imperative that the offender shows up to their court dates so that everything can work smoothly.
Get Your Tarrant County Bail Bonds with PCS Bail Bonds
Whether you have been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony, get your Tarrant County bail bonds through PCS Bail bonds. Our experienced bail bondsmen are committed to providing the county with quality service so that we can get you back to your family fast. If you ever find yourself in the position where you may need bail bonds, go with the experts. Go with PCS Bail Bonds. Give us a call today or fill out our online form so that we can get you or your loved one out of jail fast. When you need help through Tarrant County bail bonds, we are here for you.