Kocian Bail Bonds is a bondsman serving McLennan, Hill, Falls, and Bosque counties, and the area around Waco, TX.
What is a transfer bond?
The name transfer bond can be confusing, it sounds like something you get when a person in custody needs to be transferred, but it is not. A transfer bond is a bail bond set up, or written, for a person in another jurisdiction to get them out of jail there. A jurisdiction is an area of authority. For example, if your brother gets arrested in San Antonio, but you live in Waco and you want to help him get out of jail without traveling to San Antonio. You don’t need to call a bail bondsman in San Antonio either, instead, Kocian Bail Bondsman can work with the authorities and get him out of jail as quickly as possible.
Cross-Jurisdiction Bail Bonds
Kocian Bail Bonds serves McLennan, Hill, Falls, and Bosque counties, and the area surrounding Waco, TX, but we can set up a transfer bond for any jurisdiction in the country / state.
What is a Bail Bond?
A bond is a sort of security deposit that the person in custody puts down to promise the court that they will appear for all court proceedings. The bond can be a large amount of money, but you need to put down just 10 percent with the bail bondsman, and they put down the rest. It’s a form of insurance that you’ll show up for your court dates. You can pay the 10 percent to the bail bondsman in cash, with a credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted), collateral other than real estate, and we can even loan you the money- terms are negotiable.
Do I Get My Money Back?
We do charge a fee, but if the person required to appear in court, does so, then yes, you will get the money returned, less our service fee. Some of the bond could be used to pay court fees as well.
Call Kocian Bail Bonds to get out of jail-fast.