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SERVING TOM GREEN COUNTY
We have locations in Kimble, Schleicher, Sutton, Crockett, McCulloch and Brown Counties
Established in 2010, Elk Bail Bonds in San Angelo, TX is dedicated simply to giving you fast, friendly service in your time of need.
Blanco, Llano counties: 830.868.9000
Kimble, Schleicher, Sutton or Crockett counties: 325.446.2077
McCulloch, Brown counties: 325.597.1030
Our bail bondsmen are here to help you during the time of stress and confusion by making sure that process goes as smoothly as possible. We can help with bail bonds as well as surety bonds as well.
We serve the following counties: Tom Green, Blanco, Kimble, McCulloch, Brown, Llano, Schleicher, Sutton, and Crockett. However, we are able to write bonds in any of the 50 states. Our license is #1102. Elk Bail Bonds is a member of the Professional Bondsmen of Texas and the Better Business Bureau.
If this is the first time
you’ve had to bail someone out of jail, you might not be
familiar with the whole bail bonds process, so we’ve answered
some FAQ’s below. If you have any additional questions, please
contact a bail bondsman at Elk in San Angelo, TX and we’ll be
happy to answer any of your questions regarding surety bonds and
What exactly is bail?
Bail is using some form of property to ensure an individual released on bail returns for a court date. Failure to do so will result in the forfeiting of the property used for bail. If the defendant is unable to pay the full amount of the bail, they can use a bail bondsman to pay the bail. Usually, the defendant will have to pay a percentage of the bail to the bail bondsman. Usually, but not always, this percentage is about 10%.
For example, if the court sets bond at $10,000, the defendant will have to pay $1000 upfront premium to the bail bondsman. This is a fee for the bail bondsman’s services and is non-refundable. If the defendant doesn’t show up for court, the bail bondsman will be responsible for the full bond amount.
Surety bonds are documents signed to assure the grantor that the bond will be repaid. At Elk Bail Bonds in San Angelo, TX, we offer surety bonds. Call us today for more information on these bonds.
What are the advantages of using a bail bondsman services?
Agents are experienced at this service and can help avoid confusion, skilled at getting defendants released from jail quickly, and keep track of the defendant’s court appearance dates.
Most bondsmen will require additional collateral to cover the remaining amount of the required bail as extra assurance that the defendant will be present for required court dates. Collateral can come in the form of real estate, cars, or other items of value. The collateral will be released once the defendant has fulfilled all obligations and the bail bond has been cleared. If the defendant fails to appear or meet all legal obligations, the collateral can be sold to cover the bail amount.
When calling a bail bond agent in San Angelo, TX it will streamline the process if you have the following information readily available. If you don’t know all the information, contact the jail where the defendant is being held.
City, state and name of the jail, defendant's full name and booking number, total bail amount.
We are proudly serving in San Angelo, TX
Bail Bonds, Surety Bonds, Bail Bondsman, Bond Agent, Tom Green County, Blanco County, Kimble County, McCullouch County, Brown County, Llano County, Schleicher County, Sutton County, Crockett County
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