Our office located in Georgetown, Texas is directly through the jail. We offer bail bonds to anyone who has been arrested in the following cities.
Anderson Mill, Bartlett, Brushy Creek, Cedar Park, Florence, Georgetown, Granger, Hutto, Jarrell, Jollyville, Leander, Liberty Hill, Rices Crossing, Round Rock, Serenada, Sun City, Taylor, Thrall, Walkerton, Weir, White Stone.
At FreeUs Bail Bonds we know that the arrest of a loved one can be a very painful and confusing time. Our professional finance agents are gladly available to help you. Our goal is to educate you in the bail bond process and answer any questions you may have about how to get bail in Williamson County.
When someone commits a crime and is arrested in Williamson County, they are transported to the jail in Williamson County. If you need arrangements for someone to get out of jail, call us no matter what situation and we will help you determine how to get the release as soon as possible. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. FreeUs Bail Bonds may also offer services for anyone who was arrested on an arrest warrant that is somewhere other than Williamson County.
Frequently asked questions about bail bonds for the Georgetown and Williamson County Jail
How can I know when my loved one is going to see the magistrate?
The fastest way to be informed when someone is going to be a magistrate, is to speak to FreeUs Bail Bonds and one of our agents can go to jail and ask that your loved one speak to our office immediately as soon as he sees the magistrate. We can send you the information directly.
How can I be informed if the bond has been set for my loved one?
You can go online to find out what the charges are and if there is a bail amount.
How can I find out about the charges?
If a person has been arrested for an arrest warrant or has been in jail for several days, you can obtain information from the Secretary of the County or the District Secretary, depending on the case. If the defendant has misdemeanor charges, the case will be sent to the County Clerk. If they are felony charges. The case will be sent to the District Secretary.
How soon do you ensure the release of my loved one’s jail in Williamson County?
We ensure the release of jail as soon as possible according to what the law allows. In the Williamson County jail, a judge visits the courthouse every day at 8am to accuse people arrested the night before. If your loved one was arrested with an arrest warrant, you may have a pre-established bond. In that case he / she can with the advice of a lawyer, sign a waiver of right to be a magistrate, in that case we can pay the finance immediately.
If your loved one was arrested in the act for something that happened at the time of arrest (not for an arrest warrant), then he / she should wait and see the magistrate in the morning. We can pay the deposit immediately as soon as the bond is fixed. At the moment, we can go to jail and talk to your loved one and let him know that help is on the way and explain the bond process.
Where can I go to pick up an inmate released from the county jail?
Williamson County: When an inmate is released, you can pick him / her up outside the reception of the Williamson County Jail located at 306 West 4th Street in Georgetown, TX. If FreeUs Bail Bonds made arrangements for the person to be released he / she must walk through the jail located at 307 S. Rock Street, and we are waiting for them there.
Where can I go to deliver medication to a detainee in jail?
Williamson County: Medication prescriptions can be turned in at the reception desk of the Williamson County Jail located at 306 West 4th Street in Georgetown, and speak with the “medical officer” directly to be directed on how and when to do the process.
How do I know if someone has an arrest warrant pending in Williamson County, Texas?
Let’s talk at any time day or night we can assist you with that information. We are open 24 hours a day and do not have to go to our office. We can help you by fax, phone and email.
Do I have to go to the office located in Georgetown to get bail?
No, you do not have to go to our office in Georgetown. We can help by fax, phone, and email.