Our office, located in Georgetown, TX, is directly across the street from the Williamson County Jail. We can provide bail bond services for anyone 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 Freedom Bail Bonds, we know that a loved one’s arrest can be a scary and confusing time. Our professional licensed bail bond agents will be happy to help. Our goal is to educate you about the bonding process and answer your questions about getting a Williamson County jail bail bond.

When someone is arrested for a crime committed in Williamson County, they are brought to the Williamson County Jail located in Georgetown Texas for processing. Freedom Bail Bonds can also provide bail bond services for anyone being detained on a warrant that is in custody somewhere other than Williamson County.

Frequently Asked Questions about Bail Bonds for Georgetown and Williamson County Jail:

How can I find out when my loved one will see the magistrate?

The quickest way to be informed about when someone will be magistrated (seen by the magistrate Judge) is to call Freedom Bail Bonds and one of our licensed agents will go to the jail, and have your loved one call us immediately after they are magistrated and we can forward the information directly to you.

Contact Freedom Bail Bonds:
Williamson County: (512) 930-3040
Toll Free: (800) 766-7002

How can I get information on whether bail has been set for my loved one?

You can go online to find out what the criminal charges are and if there is a bail bond set.
Williamson County: http://judicialsearch.wilco.org/SherSearch/jailfrmd.htm

How can I find out more information about the charges?

If a person was arrested on a warrant or has been in jail several days then you can get the information from either the County Clerk or from the District Clerk, depending on the case. If the defendant is charged with a misdemeanor, the case will go to the County Clerk. If it’s a felony charge, the case will go to the District Clerk.

Williamson County Clerk: (512) 943-1150
Williamson County District Clerk: (512) 943-1212

How fast can you secure jail release from the Williamson County Jail for my loved one?

We will secure jail release as fast as the law allows. At the Williamson County Jail a magistrate (judge) comes to the courthouse every day at 8 a.m. to arraign the people arrested since the previous evening. If your loved one was arrested on an outstanding warrant, then he or she might already have a preset bond. In this case, he or she may, on the advice of an attorney, sign a “Waiver of Right to be Magistrated,” and we should be able to post bond right away. If your loved one was arrested on sight for something that happened at the time of the arrest (not for an outstanding warrant), then he or she must wait to see the magistrate in the morning. We can post bond as soon as the bail is set. In the meantime, we can go to the County Jail to let your loved one know that help is on its way and to explain the bail bond process.

Where do I go to pick up an inmate released from County jail?

Williamson County: When an inmate is released, you can pick up him or her outside the Williamson County jail reception area at 306 West 4th Street in Georgetown, TX. If Freedom Bail Bonds arranged for the persons release they will walk across the street from the jail to our office (307 S. Rock Street) and will be waiting there.

Where do I go to deliver medication for an inmate in jail?

Williamson County: Prescription medication may be delivered to the Williamson County jail reception desk at 306 West 4th Street in Georgetown, TX. Call (512) 943-1365 and speak to a “medical officer” to be directed on exactly how and when to do this process.

How do I know if someone has an outstanding warrant for arrest in Williamson County, Texas?

Just give us a call any time of the day or night and we can help you find this information. We are open 24 hours a day and you do not have to come to our office. We can help you by fax, phone, and email.

Contact Freedom Bail Bonds:
Williamson County: (512) 930-3040
Toll Free: (800) 766-7002

You can also look at the public records for Williamson County at the following links:
Williamson County Jail: http://judicialsearch.wilco.org/SherSearch/jailfrmd.htm or call the Williamson County Sheriff’s office at (512) 943-1300.

Do I have to come to your office in Georgetown to get a bail bond?

No, you do not have to come to our Georgetown office. We can help you by fax, phone, and email. Call us at (512) 930-3040 or (800) 766-7002.

What if I don’t see the answer to my question here?

Click here to review more frequently asked questions or call us for a free consultation. We feel it is our job to educate you about the bail bond system and help you understand every option. This is how we earn our clients’ trust. We’re available 24 hours a day to answer all your questions.

Contact Freedom Bail Bonds 24/7:
Williamson County: (512) 930-3040
Toll Free: (800) 766-7002

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