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Bailed Out in Aubrey: How Long Will It Take?

 Posted on October 12, 2018 in City Jails

Doc's Bail Bonds

The city of Aubrey is home to just under 3,000. As such, it's the type of place where you can get around quickly. That fast pace carries over into the bail bond system. If you have been picked up and charged with a crime, you can expect a short stay before being shipped off to the county detention center or released on your own recognizance.

Either way, one day inside of a city jail is too many. And the faster you can get the paperwork filled out and the bond paid, the better.

A Matter of Minutes

So just how long does it take to bail your loved one out of city jail (or get yourself bailed out)? The answer varies, but it depends largely on how quickly you can reach out to the Doc. At Doc's Bail Bonds, we are equipped to pursue a speedy release through a combination of knowing the bail system and having an extensive network within the law enforcement community.

We know many officers in Aubrey and the larger Denton County. If you're staying at Aubrey, it's a super simple fix. Denton County is a little more complicated, but still well within our purview.

Going back to the question of how long it takes to secure bail from Aubrey: usually around 30 minutes from the time that we submit the paperwork and payment.

Get Ahead of the Bail Bond

The more legwork you can do ahead of time, the more this process speeds up. That means having the following information handy:

  • Name
  • Charge
  • Holding facility (Aubrey, in this case)
  • Booking number

For inmates who will not be released on their own recognizance, there will be a magistrate's hearing. The magistrate judge ultimately decides whether bail will be allowed as well as what the amount will be.

This often follows a set bail schedule with which we're familiar. Judges are free to adjust this amount (within reason) based on the flight risk and threat level the accused is perceived to be. If you can pay outright or offer the appropriate collateral, then we can secure release immediately.

Otherwise, it will only take a little while longer to set up a payment plan. Next, we pay the department and you or your loved one will be released within minutes.

Acting Quickly Is Important

The longer it takes to get the process going, the more likely you'll spend the night in jail. That can affect work and family life to a significant degree. We want to help you get your freedom so you can focus on righting the ship. That's not possible from jail. So let us know if you need our help. We can deliver fast service with dignity, respect, and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. Click here to find out more.

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