The threat of jail time has fueled many a nightmare since America’s prison system emerged, and since 1991, our Doc’s Bail Bonds Farmers Branch location near Denton has helped to quell some of those fears.

Give Doc’s a call should you require bonding services at the Farmers Branch Detention Center. Our Denton office serves that location, and we are located close to the site, allowing us access to key personnel and working knowledge that will make for a smoother overall service to incarcerated persons and their families.

How We Work With The Farmers Branch Justice Center

The Farmers Branch Justice Center is the technical name for the building where detention services are managed. The site employs 16 detention officers overseen by Lt. Chris Damours. Damours’ procedures and employees work well with Doc’s Bail Bonds, and everyone there takes their work and the safety of the inmates very seriously.

When you hire Doc’s Bail Bonds, either for your own needs or the needs of a loved one locked up at Farmers Branch, we automatically know whom to contact, whom to pay, and other steps to take to ensure a quick release. Whether you’re the one in jail or not, an arrest can cause ripples throughout the family. We don’t want that to happen, and we will do everything in our power to lessen the impact.

What You Need to Do After the Arrest

The short answer: don’t panic. Gather pertinent information (i.e., name, inmate number, circumstances of the incident, etc.). Determine the bail amount. Figure out how you’re going to pay for it. Look up bail bondsmen or women in the area. Hope for the best.

The better answer: call us, and we’ll take care of everything for you.

You will need a strategy for payment. Bail can prove expensive the more severe the crime is, but Doc’s has more than a quarter-century of experience working the system, and our compassionate staff is eager to work with you on payment options that meet the core objective — early release — without breaking the bank.

Your options for payment:

  • Pay in full.
  • Pay a small percentage of the full amount to Doc’s (usually 10 percent, but it varies) in either a lump sum or installments, and we’ll pick up the rest.
  • If short on cash, use collateral, which means anything of value that can “stand in” for a monetary payment until the premium can be paid in full, after which you get the collateral back.

Doc’s Bail Bonds does not do credit checks, and once you’ve made payment and won the release, all you have to do is comply with hearing dates.

Your Stay at Farmers Branch

Hopefully, it will be a short-lived one.

Doc’s will certainly do everything in its power to make sure of that. But if you find yourself with an overnight stay at the Farmers Branch Detention Center, you can expect a professional staff on duty around the clock. The detention portion is just a segment of the Justice Center, so there is plenty of backup support on-hand in the event of emergencies.

Numbers-wise, the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report logs 845 crimes in Farmers Branch for 2017, which is around 2.32 crimes per day. Of those, there were no homicides and less than ten sexual assaults. Most activity is of a non-violent nature and the ones that don’t typically end up at Denton County or in the state penitentiary system.

Still, Farmers Branch Detention Center Is No Resort

You don’t want to stay here overnight. Incarceration anywhere means loss of freedom, loss of work, and loss of time with your friends and family. If bail is set, consider calling Doc’s Bail Bonds right away. Our staff is available 24/7/365 and ready to serve your needs.