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    Bail Bonds in San Antonio

    If you or someone you love needs assistance with a bail bond, we are here to help. We offer free bail bonds to those who qualify, and some as low as 2% down. Don't let high bonds stop you from getting your loved ones home.

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    Experienced Criminal Defense

    Facing criminal charges can have very serious permanent implications, including affecting your ability to maintain and obtain future employment. Learn how we can help you in your legal defense.

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    Family Law Custody Attorney San Antonio

    Family law cases are sensitive matters, where having competent representation can make the difference in terms of child support and custody, as well as division of assets. We help with adoptions, child support, CPS, and custody cases.

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What does it mean to co-sign for a bail bond?

Co-signing for a bail bond is a very important issue to consider because it can carry serious legal ramifications. Much like co-signing for a car loan or house loan, the co-signer is obligating themselves to be responsible for another person. When a person c0-signs for a bail bond they are obligating themselves to be responsible […]

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How to Find Out Someone’s Bail Bond Conditions

When a person is out on bond, they will normally have some type of conditions attached to their release. Most normal conditions include not leaving the county without permission and not picking up any new cases. The conditions can stem from the court where the case is pending or can be the result of a […]

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What is an MTR Warrant?

An MTR Warrant stands for a Motion to Revoke Warrant. An MTR warrant means that a Motion to Revoke Probation has been filed by the district attorney and the judge in the case has issued a warrant based on that motion. The Motion to Revoke asks the court to revoke or take the person off […]

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