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Help With Misdemeanor & Felony Bail Bonds in Richmond, TX

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If your loved one is charged with a felony, don't give up yet—there may still be a chance to have their charges reduced to a misdemeanor later on. The sooner you bring them home, the sooner they'll be able to start preparing their legal defense alongside an attorney. However, they can't come home until you secure a felony bail bond. In Richmond, TX, Freebird Bail Bonds can help.

Along with bonds for felonies, our agents provide misdemeanor bail bonds for more minor crimes, along with a host of other bonds. Our goal is to make the release process as simple and stress-free as possible for everyone involved. Reach out as soon as your loved one has been arrested—we're ready to help.

The Difference Between Felonies & Misdemeanors

Bail amounts can vary depending on the nature of the crime with which your loved one is charged. In general, felony bail amounts are higher than misdemeanor bail amounts, but for the most part, they will depend on the jail in question's bail schedule. This is one of the reasons our agents maintain constant contact with several local county jails, including those in Harris and Baker.

Felony bonds are generally five to ten times the amount required for misdemeanors. As a rule, more severe crimes earn higher bail amounts. This can make posting them incredibly difficult for families, especially those experiencing financial hardship. Freebird Bail Bonds can help you secure the funds you need, however—just reach out to discuss your options with an agent that cares about your situation.

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Misdemeanor bonds, on the other hand, are generally more "minor" crimes, such as driving without a license, vandalism, trespassing, and etc. But this doesn't automatically mean your loved one will receive a "low" bail amount. Again, depending on the nature of the crime, the bail amount could be quite high—however, most misdemeanors are usually capped at around $15,000.

How We Can Help

If this is your relative's first time being arrested and detained, it can be difficult to know what to do next. Not only that, the bail bond process can be complex for those who have never had to post bond before. Thankfully, you can count on our agents for a thorough breakdown of your options. We understand that you need funds, and fast—that's why we do everything we can to expedite the process.

Contact our agents for help with misdemeanor and felony bail bonds. We proudly serve residents of Richmond, Texas, and nearby areas.