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The Texas Bail Bond Course
Schedule for 2016

San Antonio  Feb 19 - 20
Tyler  March 25 - 26
Dallas  May 6 - 7
Midland  July 15 - 16
Houston  September 9 - 10
Austin  November 18-19

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Texas Bail Bond Course
Attorney Roger Moore, Course Director
P.O. Box 90664
Austin, Texas 78709

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Texas Bail Bond Course

Attorney Roger Moore, Course Director


2016 Course Information

NOTICE: Please Use Manual Registration for Austin Course. Thank You.

I am excited to announce the classes, schedule and locations for this year�s Texas Bail Bond Course. Like last year, all of these courses will be taught as an advanced course, with team teaching both days.

We will continue to cover recurring issues concerning the Bail Bond Act (Chapter 1704 of the Occupations Code), Chapter 17 of the Code of Criminal Procedure concerning the writing of and surrendering of bail, and Chapter 22 of the Code of Criminal Procedure concerning the forfeiture of bail.

Many of you wanted more information about using technology so we have once again included a presentation that we call �"Using the Internet to Manage Risk." Because prior attendees have asked for more in-depth coverage, this will be a three-hour team taught presentation that will include an exploration of how you can use internet tools to help you evaluate risk, help you monitor defendant behavior while on bond, how you can get early warnings about defendants beginning to get shaky, how to find skips and also to communicate with your clients. It will also include live demonstrations of how to become a member of social networking sites, as well as how to use them for your bail bond business, and it will include information about other useful websites you should know about.

I look forward to seeing you at this year�s courses.

Roger Moore,
Course Director



Upon completion of all course requirements, CE credit is awarded from St. Edward's University Professional Education Center.�


This course has been approved by the State Bar of Texas for 8.00 hours toward meeting Bail Bond Surety Licensure requirements outlined in Section 3. Section 1704.152, Subsection (a)(4)(B), Occupations Code.