J&L Bail Bonds

Sometimes, people make a mistake. We’re here to help. J&L Bail Bonds has been giving people a second chance for over 15 years. Our top-service can get you out of jail quick with 24/7 availability.​

Sometimes, people make a mistake. We’re here to help. J&L Bail Bonds has been giving people a second chance for over 15 years. Our top-service can get you out of jail quick with 24/7 availability.​


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ABOUT US

Who We Are

J&L Bail Bonds is a small bail bond agency located in and operating in the Texas Panhandle. We have been in business for over 15 years and have almost seen anything. We have offices in Dumas, TX, an office in Amarillo, TX and Perryton, TX however, we still cover almost the whole panhandle.

CONTACT US

PHONES ARE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY – 7 DAYS A WEEK

806.435.6758

Counties Served

We service the following counties, located in-and-around the Texas Panhandle.

If your county name is not listed, that doesn’t mean we cannot bond you out – it just means we partner with another rep to get you out, but we would still be your primary agent.

Armstrong

Briscoe

Carson

Castro

Childress

Collinsworth

Dallam

Deaf Smith

Donley

Gray

Hall

Hansford

Hartley

Hemphill

Hereford

Hutchinson

Lipscomb

Moore

Ochiltree

Old Ham

Roberts

Sherman

Swisher

A

Armstrong

B

Briscoe

C

Carson

Castro

Childress

Collinsworth

D

Dallam

Deaf Smith

Donley

G

Gray

H

Hall

Hansford

Hartley

Hemphill

Hereford

Hutchinson

L

Lipscomb

M

Moore

O

Ochiltree

Old Ham

R

Roberts

S

Sherman

Swisher

PROCESS

The Bonding Process

If you are worrying, don’t. This is a common issue – that’s why we are here to help. There’s a few things that you should know that will help you better understand the bond process.

FYI: A bondsman is not an attorney, we do not offer legal advice or give legal advice. Only freedom from jail.

1. What is it?A bail bond is a document given to the court that allows someone to remain out of jail while their case is pending. If no bail is posted that person must remain in jail.
A county’s judge will set the bond. After the bond amount has been set, it’s important to call us to get started.2. What to do?First, you will need a COSIGNER. A cosigner is a credible person who can take responsibility of the fees for the defendant in case the person fails to appear in court. You will also need the bond fee. The bond fee in Texas is 10% of the bond.3. Get BondedWe will proceed with the bond if we have a cosigner and the 10% bond fee – if either cannot be provided, sometimes collateral can be used.4. Check-InOnce bonded, the defendant must check-in with us once a week with updated information until his case has been resolved.
It is also important to call so we can notify of any important court dates, or any court date changes.5. Go To CourtTo resolve your case, you must go to court. We will inform you of your court date, unless you have an attorney – we will inform your attorney.
Missing court will result in going back to jail.6. All Done!After your case is resolved, you are done and no longer need our services.

1. What is it?

A bail bond is a document given to the court that allows someone to remain out of jail while their case is pending. If no bail is posted that person must remain in jail.

A county’s judge will set the bond. After the bond amount has been set, it’s important to call us to get started.

4. Check-In

Once bonded, the defendant must check-in with us once a week with updated information until his case has been resolved.

It is also important to call so we can notify of any important court dates, or any court date changes.

2. What to do?

First, you will need a cosigner. A cosigner is a credible person who can take responsibility of the fees for the defendant in case the person fails to appear in court. If you are calling for someone else, you can be the defendants cosigner.

You will also need a bond fee. The bond fee in Texas is 10%.

5. Go to Court

To resolve your case, you must go to court. We will inform you of your court date, unless you have an attorney – we will inform your attorney.

Missing court will result in going back to jail.

3. Get Bonded

We will proceed with the bond if we have a cosigner and the 10% bond fee – if either cannot be provided, sometimes collateral can be used.

6. All Done!

After your case is resolved, you are done and no longer need our services.



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