214-747-4110

163 Pittsburg Street, Suite A2, Dallas, TX 75207

940-383-4600

909 E. McKinney St., Denton, TX 76209

972-562-6057

1502 W. University Suite #101, McKinney, TX 75069

COVID-19 Update: WE'RE OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Doc’s Bail Bonds is still providing bail bond services in person and over the phone. Bail bonds are considered an essential service, so please call us any time, 24/7. You can count on us even in these uncertain times.

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Texas Jail Bail Bonds

Let Us Help You Get Out Of Jail

Have you been arrested in Texas? Is your loved one being held at a local or county jail? We understand that you are probably confused about what you need to do to get released. No matter the charges or the amount of bail that has been set, Doc's Bail Bonds can help you post a bond quickly and make sure you do not have to spend any more time in jail than you already have. We are available 24/7 to help you get out of any jail or detention facility in North Texas.

How do I get someone out of jail?

After a person is arrested, the court will set an amount of bail that must be posted before they can be released. When you work with Doc's, you will usually only be required to pay 10% of the total bail amount. If necessary, we can help you determine the best options for making this payment, including setting up a short-term financing plan or temporarily holding collateral. Once payment is made, we will post the bond, and the person will be released from custody.

1Call Doc

2Doc checks the inmate status and charges

3Doc gives you a reasonable quote on how much it will be to get them out on bond

4Fill out forms from Doc

5Set up financing if needed - Doc can help

6Doc takes care of the rest

What Our Clients Say About us

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Amy Lee and Gloria really made my day. I had called several bondsmen and gotten really bad service. At 4am Amy Lee was so comforting and professional, it really put me at ease. She gave me all of the information I needed to bond my friend. Amy Lee called and quoted me a price that was affordable and fair. Hopefully, I won’t have to use the service again, but if I do I’ll definitely come back to Doc’s.

- Cristina T.
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I called around to several other Bondsmen close to Lew Sterritt. Doc’s gave me a fair price for bailing my idiot son out. Amy Lee was very professional and friendly. They worked with me on a payment plan since I didn’t have the full bail amount. I would recommend them to anyone that needs to bail their idiot out of jail. Hopefully…I’ll never need their services again but…..good to know that they are there. Big ole 5 in my book.

- Chris D.

Speedy Quotes and Fast Approval on Bail Bond Financing

We want to make sure you or your loved one can get out of jail fast and get back to your normal life as soon as possible. In most cases, we can offer you a quote when you first contact us, and we can begin the bail bond process right away. We work to approve your paperwork fast, and we can set up affordable payment plans within a few minutes. A person should not have to stay in jail a minute longer than necessary, so we will work quickly to secure a release. With office locations throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area, we can bail you out of any city or county jail in North Texas.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Do Bail Bonds Cost?

  • How Long Does it Take to Get Out of Jail?

  • What Information Is Needed to Post Bail?

  • What Happens After a Person is Released From Prison?

From Our Blog

What Is the Difference Between Bail and Bond in Texas?

September 22, 2020

Have you recently received word that a loved one has been arrested on criminal charges? If so, you are likely wondering what, if anything, you can and should do next. Depending on the situation, you might have heard that your...

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Texas Inmates Struggle to Secure Release During the COVID-19 Pandemic

September 11, 2020

Anyone who is arrested will want to make sure they take the right steps to get out of jail as soon as possible. This is especially true during the COVID-19 crisis, since those who are being held in a jail,...

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