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Hunt County Bail Bond Board

The Hunt County Bail Bond Board is responsible for licensing and regulating the companies that offer bail bonds in Hunt County in accordance with Chapter 17.04 of the Texas Occupations Code and the local Rules of the Hunt County Bail Bond Board. The Board hears complaints about those companies and makes determinations about the issuance, denial or renewal of bail bond licenses.

The Board meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 12:00pm Located in the 196th District Courtroom at 2507 Lee Street, 3rd floor, Greenville, TX 75401.
Complaints against any bondsman licensed in Hunt County must be in writing, refer to a specific violation of statute(s) or Local Rules, be signed and notarized with sufficient contact information identifying the complaint to include address and phone number. The complaint shall be forwarded to:

Hunt County Bail Bond Board
c/o Becky Landrum
Hunt County Clerk / Bail Bond Board Secretary
P.O. Box 1316
Greenville, Texas 75403

Hunt County Bail Bond Board Members
Texas Occupations Code 1704.053

(1) Sheriff or designee:
Terry Jones, Sheriff
Buddy Oxford, Chief Deputy-designee

(2) District Judge designated by the presiding judge of the administrative district:
J. Andrew Bench, Judge, 196th Judicial District-Chairman

(3) County Judge or designee approved by Commissioner’s Court:
Bobby W. Stovall, County Judge
Jessica Sims, Administrative Asst.-designee

(4) County Court at Law Judge designated by the Commissioner’s Court

(5) District Attorney or ADA:
Noble Walker, District Attorney
Elisha Hollis-ADA, designee

(6) Licensed bail bond surety or agent-elected or designee of surety or agent by elected surety/agent:
Jeremy Colvin-elected-Vice Chairman
Donna Fletcher-designee

(7) Justice of the Peace:
Sheila Linden, JP 1 Pl 2

(8) District Clerk or designee:
Susan Spradling, District Clerk
Wanda Dawson-designee

(9) County Clerk or designee:
Becky Landrum, County Clerk-Secretary
Libby Dunham, Criminal Supervisor-designee

(10) Presiding Judge of a Municipal Court if appointed by the Board:

(11) Principal municipality designates Presiding Judge:

(12) County Treasurer or designee:
Brittni Turner, Treasurer

(13) Criminal Defense Attorney-elected or designee of the criminal defense attorney:
Kim Smith, Attorney-elected