Welcome to "A Mobile Bail Bonds"
We have been providing professional bail bond service to Houston, Conroe, Katy, Tomball, Humble, Pasadena, Fort Bend and the surrounding areas for the past 10 years. Our specialty is assisting individiuals in need of bail, being held in the Houston Jail or the Harris County Jail.
We can post your bond in as little as 15 minutes so that you can get your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible.
Glenda, the owner, was selected Bondsman of the Year, 2011 for providing professional and confidential bonding service. A Mobile Bail Bonds is the best service in the bond community. We take pride in developing trust and a personal relationship with our clients and we'll come to you!!! We take care the necessary paperwork and post the bail bond for you, immediately. It's that simple.
For fast bail bonds in Houston and surrounding communities, trust A Mobile Bail Bonds - for all your needs. We pride ourselves for being the experts in the field of helping people get out of jail - people that you can rely on. And while we are Harris County Jail bail bond specialists, we have worked to free people all over the country. So if you are needed assistance in any state don't hesitate to call us at 713-463-7774.
"Let us do the running for you"
Don't worry about running across town to file the proper paper work. We'll come to you and do all the running for you. We provide bail bonds to Harris County, Montgomery County, Fort Bend County and all of the surrounding counties, jails, and most other states as well.
Even quicker response, click here to get started right away!!! Just print these forms, fill them out and call us - you can fax, scan and email or we'll come to you! No matter day or night we answer the phone - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, when you need them!
Get Out of Jail Fast! Call us 24/7 365 days a year for quick "Get out of Jail Card"
Let Glenda and her friendly staff treat you like family with our fully
equipped mobile units to serve you.
Call us today 24/7 at 713-463-7774
9219 Katy Freeway Suite 140
Houston, Texas 77024
Northwest & Northeast Areas
Call (281) 359-9555
What is bail?
A term used when our legal system allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody so they can continue their lives while they prepare their court date. In criminal cases, it is a sum of money, real property or surety bond that needs to be posted by or on behalf of a defendant to guarantee their appearance in court. The Eighth Amendment protects your right to reasonable bail.
How does a bail bond work?
The court system will set the amount of money, "bail" required for the defendant's release. Under state law, a surety company can provide a type of insurance policy or "bond" that guarantees payment of the full bail amount to the court if the defendant does not appear for all scheduled court dates. These bonds are offered by licensed bail bond agencies. These agencies generally charge 10% of the bond to provide the bond service.
What is a bail bond?
A bail bond is a financial guarantee made by or on behalf of a criminal defendant that is used to guarantee their appearance in court. Failure to appear on scheduled dates will cause the bond to be forfeitured.
Who is an indemnitor / guarantor?
An indemnitor / guarantor is the person(s) willing to be responsible for the defendant while they are out on bail and co-assumes financial liability to guarantee the full bond amount</
What is a bail bond exoneration?
A bond is exonerated when the legal process/trial is completed, regardless of guilt or innocence. The liability for the bond amount is discharged, however and any unpaid premium, fees or charges incurred by the bail agency on your behalf are still owed to that agency.
When does a bail bond forfeiture take place?
Bond forfeiture results when the defendant misses a scheduled court appearance. A bench warrant is issued for the defendant’s arrest. The court also sets a deadline for when either the defendant must be located / returned to custody or the bond "reinstated" or the bail amount must be paid to the court.
What is a summary judgment?
A summary judgment is issued by the court following a bond forfeiture. This is a judgment against the surety for payment of the bond amount. The summary judgment is issued because the deadline for reinstating the bond or returning the defendant to custody has passed.
What is a bail bond reinstatement?
This is a process by which a defendant who has experienced a bail bond forfeiture can have their bench warrant removed and the bail bond re-activated or "reinstated" with the court. This is a legal proceeding that usually requires action by an attorney and could result in fees being paid by the bail bond agency. These fees are, in turn, passed along to the defendant/indemnitors. Due to the time it takes for the courts to process these fees, the billing for this process can take several months to complete.
What does it mean when I receive a "re-entry" statement?
A re-entry statement is issued from A Mobile Bail Bonds when a fee or other charge is added to an account after the initial balance has been paid. This can happen for many reasons, but the most common are fees generated by a defendant missing, or being late to, a court date.
What is considered by the court in fixing the amount of the bail?
The amount of the bail is first and foremost within the scope and discretion of the judge or magistrate, with only two general limitations: The purpose of a bond is not to penalize or punish the defendant, but only to secure the appearance of the accused, and it should be set with that in mind. Excessive amounts not warranted by the circumstances or the evidence at hand, is not only improper but a violation of constitutional rights. In fixing the amount of the bail, the court takes into consideration the seriousness of the charge, the defendant's previous criminal record and the probability of the defendant appearing at the trial or hearing. Additionally, if public safety is an issue, the court may make an inquiry where it may consider allegations of injury to the victim, danger to the public and/or to the defendant, threats to the victim or a witness, the use of a deadly weapon and the defendant's use or possession of controlled substances. A judge or magistrate setting bail in other than a scheduled or usual amount must state on the record the reasons and address the issue of threats made against a victim or a witness. The court must also consider evidence offered by the detained person regarding ties to the community and ability to post bond. The bail amount set by the court must be within the minimum range amount of bail that would reasonably assure the defendant's appearance - NOT the maximum!
How much does it cost to bail someone out of jail?
Please contact one of our professional courteous representatives at 713-463-7774.
When do I get my money back?
If you elected to use a bail agency to post your bond, the agency is initially responsible to the court for the bond amount. The defendant and indemnitors are responsible to the bail agency for the premium and any fees or additional expenses incurred by the agency on their behalf. These monies are earned at the time the defendant is released from custody and therefore not subject to return. This is the case even if the defendant is found innocent, the case is dismissed or the defendant is placed back into custody for another offense.
How do I make payments?
We accept cash, all major credit cards and checks. Please stop by our office or call us, A Mobile Bail Bonds at 713-463-7774