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Rains County Texas Overview
Rains County is located in the northeast Texas, which is on the upper reaches of the Sabine River. This county was named after Emory Rains who was a Texas State legislator. Here, the largest town and county seat is Emory where the Rains County Jail is located. The physical location of this jail is 204 E. North Street PO Box 398, Emory, Texas, 75440-0398. The total capacity of this jail is 47. As of the latest census, the percentage of capacity is 53.19%. Honorable Sheriff David Traylor conducts patrols and crime investigations across the county. You can reach him using the following details:
For Emergency, Call: 911
To find an inmate fast, you should call at 903-473-5000 ext. 280 and make a direct inquiry to the jail administration. When you are communicating with a prison staff, you should give the first and last name of the inmate or ID number or birthdate. For more information, you should visit Rains County Jail Sheriff’s website:
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Jail Policies and Procedures
Visiting an inmate at Rains County Jail is easy if your name is on the list of pre-approved list of visitors. Anyone with a valid government ID would pass the security check smoothly. Besides, if a visitor has a prior record of felony probation or warrant issue, he or she face denial of visitation.
You can communicate with a prisoner through emails or letters or phone calls. For sending letters, you should include the name of the sender, address, and the ID number correctly. You should send the letter via the US Postal Service. As for phone calls, all prisoners are allowed to make calls from the jail using pre-paid cards or collect cards. However, calls made from the prison are more expensive than calls made from the outside. The prisoners need to buy these cards from the commissary store.
Along with the phone cards, an inmate may require commissary funds to purchase foods or snacks or stationery items. Therefore, you can send funds through money orders or cashier’s check. Note that when you are sending a money order, you should include the ID number of the prisoner correctly.
Bail and Bondsman
The bail amount is the money that you pay to get out of jail. The court decides how much money you should pay your bail amount. Typically, the bail amount is 10% of the total money charged for a criminal offense. If you cannot afford to raise your bail amount, you should contact a commercial bail agent who will ensure your bond and pay the bail amount to the court. In return, a bail bondsman would charge a nonrefundable fee of 10-20% of the total bail.
Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Rains County?
Taylor Bail Bonds
home 110 Pierson St, Emory, TX 75440, USA
phone (903) 473-3900
|Rains County Jail Population Report|
|Data Collected Fri, 24 Jan 2020 00:00:11 UTC from the Texas Commission on Jail Standards|
|Convicted Felons Sentenced County||1|
|Parole Violators New Charge||0|
|Convicted Sjf Sentenced County||0|
|Convicted Sjf Sentenced State||0|
|Percent Of Capacity||44.68|
Rains County Texas Sheriff Office Address: 313 E North St, Emory, TX 75440, United States
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