Attorney Writ Bond

Collin County, Texas Writ Bond Process

McKinney, Texas Attorney Writ Bond

Q) What is a Writ Bond?

  • A) A writ bond give a licensed, qualified attorney the ability to have an inmate released from jail within hours instead of possible waiting for days to have a bond set by a judge or magistrate.

Q) How long does it take for an inmate to be release using an Attorney Writ Bond?

  • A) Typically, an inmate can be release within 2 to 3 hours with an Attorney Writ Bond. It could take 2 to 3 days before a judge or magistrate sets a bond.

Q) What type of crimes qualifies for an Attorney Writ Bond?

  • A) MOST, class A and class B misdemeanors qualify for and Attorney Writ Bond. These include DWI, theft and possession of marijuana charges.

Q) What crimes DO NOT QUALIFY for an Attorney Writ Bond.

  • A) An inmate CAN NOT get and Attorney Writ Bond for a felony charge, a traffic ticket, or an assault charge.

Q) Does our law office have attorneys available on the weekends for an Attorney Writ Bond?

  • A) YES! Most writ bonds are done on weekends because jails typically do not have a judge or magistrate on call. Our office has attorney available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week!

Q) Do you have to meet with an attorney or leave your home to obtain an Attorney Writ Bond for a friend or loved one?

  • A) NO! We can do everything, including payment, over the phone or through text or email.

Q) How do you hire us for an Attorney Writ Bond?

  • A) CALL TOLL FREE: (469) 333-3333. You will talk to a live person who will forward your information to one of our attorneys. Typically, you will speak to an attorney within minutes!

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