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How to Find an Inmate in a Dallas Jail

 Posted on February 16, 2020 in Bail Bonds

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When a loved one is unexpectedly jailed, it can feel like a never-ending struggle to locate where they are being held. Most of us do not have experience locating an inmate, so it can be difficult knowing where to even begin looking. For Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex residents, Doc's Bail Bonds makes the inmate locating process more direct so you do not have to spend time confused and lost. Doc's can help you easily locate your inmate and begin the process of securing their bail bond and getting them released. We are the most trustworthy bondsmen in DFW, and we are committed to working with you, no matter the circumstance.

Getting Started

The first thing to do when getting ready to locate your arrestee is being certain that the court has a bail set for them. Give this step some time. It might not be a bad idea to wait a few hours before you start searching. A bail needs to be set because that is how you can be sure the booking process is finished, which is important because an inmate cannot be bailed out unless they are finished going through booking. Although it can be difficult, you need to be patient for this step.

Gather Their Information

While you are waiting for their bail to be set, there are a few things you need to know about your inmate in order to be able to find where they are being held. The information about your loved one that you need includes their last name, first name, complete date of birth, their race and sex. If you happen to already know their booking number or their case number, you can also use those to locate your loved one.

Utilize a County Jail Locator

Most counties will have an inmate directory that can be searched through with an inmate finder. Doc's Bail Bonds has all of the DFW locators organized on our website to make it all easier for you. That way, you are not stuck making phone calls or tirelessly combing the internet. The locators for Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, Grayson County and Fannin County can be found here. Take some of the guesswork out of your search.

Doc's Bail Bonds: Making the Bail Bond Process Easier for DFW

Although the thought of finding a loved one after they have been arrested can be a scary one, there are simple steps to get you through the process. Doc's Bail Bonds has worked in the community for years, and we know that there are parts of the jail system that can be confusing. We want to help make the process easier, from locating your inmate to getting them released. We are known for our flexibility and willingness to accommodate our customers. Doc's believes everyone should have a second chance, so let us get you on the road to that! Give us a call at (214) 747-4110 or visit our website to get help with your bail bond immediately. We know you are sick of jail, so give the doctor a call today!

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