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Don't spend another night in jail!

We can get started for free and we’ll make it easy for you to make bail bond payments with affordable payment plans that fit your budget. All it takes is a phone call or visit to our bail bond office. We’re here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No bail bond service is more reliable, customer-oriented or more efficient. we will make sure you make it to class in the morning.

 

FAQ's

Do you have a active warrant?

AA-Action Bail Bonds can clear your warrant at the Brazos County Jail.

What is a Bail Bond?

A bail bonds is a financial guarantee made by or on behalf of a criminal defendant that is used to guarantee their appearance in court through the end of their trail. Failure by the defendant to appear will result in a bail bond forfeiture.

Who is a co-signer/guarantor?

A co-signer/guarantor is the person(s) willing to be responsible for the defendant while they are out on bail and who so-assumes financial responsibility, including guarantee of the full bail bond amount.

How Does a Bail Bond in Bryan, Texas Work?

The court system will set the amount of bail required for the defendant’s release. Under state law, a company can provide a “bail bond” that guarantees payment of the full bail amount to the court if the defendant does not show up for all scheduled appearances. These bail bonds are offered by licensed bail service providers. For providing the pre-trial release service, bail service providers charge a premium – a percentage of the total bail amount, typically 10%. For example, for a bail amount set at $20,000, the premium would be about $ $2,000 plus any additional fees required. Prices are subject to vary the premium is not refundable once the defendant is released.