24hrs Bail Bonds in Fort Worth, Texas, & serving Tarrant County
David Gallagher Bail Bonds is your local 24hr Fort Worth Bail Bond company. Our bail bond service is here for all of Tarrant County and Fort Worth, TX. Our bail bondsmen are here to help! If you’re looking for a premier provider of bail bonds, look no further. Our services consist of helping those being charged with Felonies, Misdemeanors, DWI’s, and Warrants. If you are being held in the Tarrant County jail and are looking for fast bail bonds, our bail bond process will make your jail release quick and straightforward.
When meeting our professional staff, you will see we are always courteous, caring, and attentive to your needs. Our business was established in 2010 but has more than 60+ years of combined experience working with the Texas criminal justice system. Our goal is to get you as close to an immediate jail release as possible and secure your bond.
Why Choose Us
The number one priority of David Gallagher Bail Bonds is to reunite you with your loved ones after an arrest. Whether they’re family members or friends, we know they want you home as soon as possible. We will review your individual case to help guide you through the post bond process and help you get back to your life without additional stress or hassle.
Bail Bonds for Felonies, Misdemeanors, DWI’s, Walkthrough, & Warrants.
License Number: 243
Serving: Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas
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What we Offer
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David Gallagher Bail Bonds is the only agency with the office staffed 24/7. You’ll never get an answering machine.
David Gallagher Bail Bonds use state of art technology that allow you to get bail bonds posted from anywhere in the United States.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Understanding the bail process is not always easy. If you do not find the answer to your question below, please Contact Us.
How does bail work?
When an individual is arrested and bail is set by the court, the defendant can secure his/her release from custody by posting cash bail directly with the court. If the defendant is unable to secure the full amount of bail, they can contact a bail agency and inquire about purchasing a bail bond. By purchasing a bail bond, the defendant agrees to pay an insurance premium for the use of the bond, during the duration of their criminal case.
A “bail bond” is an insurance contract between the defendant, the bail agency and the court. The defendant agrees to appear in court, or pay the face amount of bail to the bail agency. The bail agency agrees to guarantee the defendant’s appearance in court, or pay the face amount of bail to the court. Once the defendant has made all required appearances, the bail bond is exonerated both the defendant and bail agency are relieved of liability.
Depending on the amount of bail and charges against the defendant, the bail agency may require the defendant to have a co-signor or “indemnitor” guarantee the bail contract. The bail agency may also require the defendant (or co-signor) to deposit collateral (cash, real estate, etc.) for the duration of the criminal case. At the conclusion of the defendant’s hearings, the bail agency will return all collateral to the depositor.
How long does the bail bond process take?
Can I start the bail process over the phone?
What forms of payment do you accept?
Do I need collateral?
Do I get my money back?
What are the co-signor’s responsibilities?
The co-signor has is responsible for the full amount of bail in the event the defendant does on appear in court, and cannot be returned to court/custody within 180 days of the failure to appear. This includes any expenses paid by the bail agency in an effort to guarantee the defendant’s appearance (investigations, legal, court fees). The most important thing is to make sure the defendant appears for all required court appearances.
What if the defendant misses court?
If the defendant does not agree to a bail bond reinstatement, the bail agency will assign a private investigator to locate the defendant and return them to the custody of the court.
Can I post bail for a warrant?
What is bail exoneration?
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Let us help you organize all the paperwork, notify you of court dates, and help you understand what is happening through every step of this challenging process. Our bail bonds are here to help should a situation occur that requires our professional assistance. Our bail bondsman services are second to none! Get out of jail quickly and get back on your feet!