Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Allen, Wylie, and Murphy Writ Bond Jail Release

214-402-4364 writ bond – 24 hour jail release hotline (214) 402-4364

Bo@Kalabuslaw.com

 

Need to get a friend or loved one out of jail in the middle of the night? Or has the jail personnel told you that you need an attorney bond or “writ bond”?

I CAN HELP YOU

My office’s 24-Hour jail release hotline is 214-402-4364.

In addition to my criminal defense practice, I also help people in Collin County that need Attorney Writ Bonds in order to have loved ones released from jail for Collin County offenses. As you will see below, a “writ bond” is a trigger mechanism to get a bond set to speed the process of getting a person out of jail. I do attorney or “writ bonds” for offenses where they are possible. Those offenses usually are:

1) Class A Misdemeanors–for someone currently held in Collin County jails, such as McKinney, Plano, Frisco, etc..
2) Class B Misdemeanors–for someone currently held in Collin County jails, such as McKinney, Plano, Frisco, etc..
(These are typically DWI, Theft, or Marijuana related arrests)

A “Writ Bond” is NOT Possible for

-Class C Misdemeanors/Traffic Tickets
-Family Violence/Assault Cases
-Felony Cases

How it Works
When a person has been arrested for a crime, they have to be brought before a magistrate judge within a reasonable time to have bond set. Depending on the time of the arrest, this process could take many hours (sometimes up to a day or more) and as a result the person will have to sit in jail until the bond is set. This is where the “writ bond” comes into play.

The “writ bond” actually stands for “writ of habeas corpus” (Latin for “you have the body”). When the attorney files the writ bond with Collin County it triggers a bond set by a County fee schedule depending on the offense and circumvents the wait to see a magistrate judge to have bond set.

For the range of offenses outlined above I can speed the process of a person’s release from Collin County jails depending on the circumstances via the attorney or “writ bond”. If either you or a loved one is in jail, please give my office’s jail relief hotline a call and we’ll discuss the case–214 402-4364.

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