Bail Bonds

At The Law Office of Joseph "Mick" Aguilera We are able to post bond for almost any crime, even if you have a probation violation.  If you have an active warrant call my office right now, as a San Antonio Lawyer I'm able to walk you through the bail process & as a bail bondsman I'm able to write your bond.  Making the process as quick & simple as possible, so call me now to discuss posting your bail.

Posting Bond For Active Warrant:  If you have an active warrant call 210-227-6425 as a San Antonio Lawyer I'm able to schedule what is called a walk through.  You are able to turn yourself in and we bail you out at the same time.  This process minimizes the time you have to spend in jail.

Posting Bond For Failure To Appear:  Have you or a family member missed court and now have a warrant for failure to appear?  If so, call me at 210-227-6425 so an experienced San Antonio Criminal Lawyer can help you resolve the outstanding warrant.  If arrested, your bail amount will double & there is a good chance the judge will not give you bond.  Whether your charge is a felony or misdemeanor & you missed court we are able to:

* Get The Warrant Resolved * Re - Post Bail For You * Represent You In Bexar County Courts

Don't Wait, our bail bondsman answers the phone 24/7 and we have payment plans even on posting bail bond.

  • Bail Bond For Misdemeanor Charges
  • Bail Bond For Felony Charges
  • Bail Bond For Drug Charges
  • Bail Bond For DWI Charges
  • Bail Bond For Sex Crimes
  • Bail Bond For Domestic Violence
  • Bail Bond For Assault & Battery
  • Bail Bond For Burglary
  • Bail Bond For Breaking & Entering
  • Bail Bond For Theft
  • Bail Bond For Violent Crimes
  • Bail Bond For Child Abuse
  • Bail Bond For Murder/Manslaughter
  • Bail Bond For Intoxication Manslaughter
  • Bail Bond For Homicide
  • Bail Bond For White Collar Crimes
  • Bail Bond For Fraud
  • Bail Bond For Embezzlement
  • Bail Bond For Juvenile Crimes
  • Bail Bond For Robbery

Get Bail Posted In San Antonio Now

When an individual is arrested for a crime in San Antonio, he or she may be subject to a bail hearing, but be held in jail until that bail hearing if the court believes that the individual may be a danger to the public or if that person is likely to not return to court.

Bail is usually set as a monetary figure that must be paid by the defendant in order to be released until the next court proceeding. If the defendant fails to appear before the court in the future, then the amount of the bail is forfeited to the court.

How Does A Bail Bond Work? A bail bond is formally known as a “Surety Bond.” A friend, relative, or defendant pays us the fee (typically 10% of the bail amount) and we put up the rest.  Once the Defendant is released, their responsibility is to attend the hearings for that case.

What is the Bail Bond Process? A friend, relative, or even the defendant will contact a bail bond company by phone or email. During the initial phone consultation, we will collect basic information.  Once the paperwork is done and the bond is paid for, we rush to the jail to post the bond.

After bail is posted and the individual is released our San Antonio Felony Lawyer or San Antonio Misdemeanor Lawyer will provide a free criminal defense consultation.  At this time you will be able to ask all of your questions & get answers from a skilled San Antonio Lawyer.

Simple right, call 210-227-6425 & speak to a San Antonio Criminal Lawyer About Posting Your Bail.

This website and article is published by Joseph Aguilera on 2016-01-13

Bail Bonds