Texas Code of Criminal Procedure - CRIM P Art. 17.141. Eligible bail bond sureties in certain counties
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In a county in which a county bail bond board regulated under Chapter 1704, Occupations Code, does not exist, the sheriff may post a list of eligible bail bond sureties whose security has been determined to be sufficient. Each surety listed under this article must file annually a sworn financial statement with the sheriff.
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