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How to get your Cash Bond back in Fort Bend County

Posted by Lisa Gonzalez | Jun 07, 2019 | 0 Comments

Did you pay cash to bond out of jail?  Is your case finished (plead or dismissed)? 

If you answered yes to both of these questions you are eligible for your cash bond to be returned to you. Here is what you need to know to get it done.

1. Get your bond receipt.

Get your bond receipt from the County's Case portal by clicking here. The landing page should look like this:

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Click on "Criminal Case Records".

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Enter your information by name or by case number.

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Click on your case number.  Then click on "Bond Receipt"

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Print the receipt. 

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2. Get your form.

If you case was a felony your cash bond form is available at the District Clerk's office. For your convince, click here for the form for Felony cases. 

If you case was a misdemeanor your cash bond form is available at the County Clerk's office. For your convince, click here for the form for Misdemeanor cases.

3. Get your form notarized.

The George Memorial Library, located near the courthouse, offers notary services Monday -Friday 9:00am- 4:00pm in their Library Administration building (behind the library). The fee for services is $1.00 per signature.  

4. Deliver your form.

In person: 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle, Richmond, TX 77469 : First Floor: County Clerk (misdemeanors); Third Floor: District Clerk (felonies)

By mail: 301 Jackson Street, Richmond, TX 77469: Address to either County Clerk (misdemeanors) or District Clerk (felonies).

5. Wait for the money to come rolling in!

About the Author

Lisa Gonzalez

LEGAL ROOTS. The Law office of Lisa Marie Gonzalez was established in 2008.  Her main area of practice is criminal defense, with an emphasis on cases involving DWI, Drugs, Pornography, and Sexual Assaults . She follows in her father's footsteps as a criminal defense attorney. Ralph Gonzalez has ...

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