Bring ’em Home 24/7 Bail Bonds provides rapid bail bonds for all felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic/class C holds and warrants. With literal decades of experience in bonding and criminal law, we have the expertise and knowledge to quickly evaluate your situation and tell you exactly what needs to happen to bring your loved one home. We will also gladly answer any bail bonds-related questions for you and keep you very informed as to every step of this process. We know well that this can be both unfamiliar and scary, but we will simplify and streamline it for you, and confidently guide you through to the sweet, fragrant, open fields of freedom.
Bring ’em Home 24/7 Bail Bonds . . . because jail sucks.
Dealing With the Felony/Misdemeanor Arrest of a Family Member?
If someone in your family has been arrested, you probably aren’t sure what to do next or who to call. If you (or another family member) were the victim, that only makes the situation more complicated. While your family member’s arrest is a stressful situation, there are things you can do now to gain information and control. One of those things is to contact us here at. Our bail bonds agents will not only provide you with important information regarding your loved one, we can also assist with providing bail bonds for immediate jail release. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will handle your bond request FAST, with professionalism and complete confidentiality.
If you need to post Dallas Bail Bonds for someone who has been arrested for either DWI or DUI, please call us today. Our experienced bail bonds agents can handle your bond quickly, conveniently and most importantly, with complete confidentiality.
Well, in Texas…
DWI (driving while intoxicated) is considered a more serious offense than DUI (driving under the influence). A study conducted by Louisiana State University sites that Dallas has the most drunk driving deaths in the US (http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/11/prweb8984656.htm).
According to the Texas Penal Code 49.04 an adult commits an alcohol related offence if he or she is intoxicated while operating a motor vehicle in a public place. In Texas DWI carries punishments like being placed in jail for up to 180 days and up to $2000 in fines. This offense is considered a Class “B” Misdemeanor. Drivers over the age of 21 AND drivers below the age of 21 can receive a DWI. Each time a conviction of DWI is received, the punishments get more severe, including driver license suspension just to start.
In Texas a DUI is defined under the Texas Alcohol Beverage Code (section 106.041) and is defined as driving under the influence of alcohol by a minor. Per state law, a DUI is a Class “C” misdemeanor, which means there is no chance a person/minor being jailed as punishment on a DUI case, but the fine can be up to $500.
**NOTE: This is not to be considered legal advise. If you have further questions regarding the laws, penalties, etc. governing DWI and DUI in Texas, please consider consulting a qualified attorney.
If you don’t have the full bail bond fee, we may still be able to work something out!!