Probation Violation Bonds

probation violationsConditions the court may require for release from jail custody can include include payments, UA’s (urine analysis), BA’s (breath analysis), the wearing of ankle bracelets and of course, showing up for court dates.  It’s not uncommon for those out on probation to fail in one or more ways in keeping the conditions of their probation, and an arrest can often follow with the accused needing to be bonded out, with a probation violation hearing coming shortly thereafter.

While it can be frightening when a friend or loved one who is in jail for a probation violation, especially when you don’t have the funds to pay for their bail; we’re here to help. Our bondsmen will grant you a bond so that you can get your loved one out of jail now and then pledge that the bond will be paid off if the defendant does not appear in court. Bail is the court and justice systems’ way of ensuring that the defendant fulfills all of his or her requirements which can include UA’s, BA’s and of course, showing up for court dates.

Through the entire ordeal, the only payment necessary is for services we provide, not for bail, unless the defendant does not fulfill all of his or her responsibilities. If the defendant skips bail then the bail is forfeited and the surety (you) is required to pay the entirety of the bond. The defendant usually appears in court out of respect for the law and respect for their loved one who has signed on as surety.

Doc’s Bail Bonds is here to help walk you through the bail bonds process. We will explain everything that you need to know.  We understand that this can be a frustrating and confusing time, but our experienced bondsmen are ready to assist you in any way that we can to make the process smoother. Give us a call so that we can help you get your loved one back home and back to their family.


9 Convenient Locations

Doc’s Bail Bonds opened in 1991 in McKinney Texas and now has offices in the following 9 North Texas locations; McKinney, Dallas, Richardson, Garland, Sherman, Denton, Bonham, Waxahachie and Hillsboro, and also actively serves clients in all of Collin, Dallas, Grayson, Denton, Fannin, Ellis and Hill Counties, so contact us for all of your bail bond needs no matter where you loved one is in jail.

While Doc’s Bail Bonds is physically located in North Texas, they serve clients all over Texas as well as the entire United States.

Doc’s is a top-shelf bail bond company and has been involved in various organizations educating and helping formulate laws and regulations that concern bail bondsmen, and is a member of the Professional Bondsmen of Texas, the Professional Bail Agents of the United States and is an active and “Trusted Business” of the ExpertBail Network.