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If you have a warrant out for your arrest, you could be arrested at any time. Don't get arrested in the 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup. If you have an active arrest warrant, call us so that we can post an attorney bail bond on your behalf, and remove that warrant. An attorney bail bond is a defendant's written promise to appear in court at a future court date. In exchange for this promise to appear, the arrest warrant that has been issued in the case is recalled, and the defendant is released from custody. If the defendant is not in jail, posting an attorney bail bond will cause the arrest warrant to be set aside, so that the defendant is no longer subject to arrest. For fast Dallas County jail release by our Dallas County bail bond attorney, call Berlof & Newton, P.C. at 214.699.7975.
Our attorney bail bond lawyer at Berlof & Newton, P.C. posts attorney bonds in Dallas County. Even if you are in custody in another county on a Dallas County charge, we may be able to post an attorney bail bond on your behalf.
IF SOMEONE YOU KNOW GETS ARRESTED IN DALLAS COUNTY, OR ANYWHERE IN TEXAS ON A DALLAS COUNTY CHARGE, CALL US AT 214.699.7975.
According to article 17.01 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, "Bail" is the security given by the accused that he will appear and answer before the proper court the accusation brought against him, and includes a bail bond or a personal bond.
How Can Berlof & Newton, P.C. Get Someone Out of Jail?
An attorney can help speed your release by having a writ bond issued. A writ bond avoids your having to wait in jail until a judge sets your bond. Writ bonds aren't available in all cases. However, we can advise you on when a writ bond can be utilized. Once a writ bond is issued, we may be able to post an attorney bail bond. When the attorney bail bond is accepted by the jail, you will be released from custody.
Has an arrest warrant been issued against you, because you've failed to appear on your ticket?
We can help. We post attorney bonds on Dallas traffic ticket warrants, so that you won't get arrested. If someone you know is under arrest, call us!
Don't leave your fate to chance. Call the Dallas bail bond attorneys at Berlof & Newton, P.C. at 214.699.7975.
We Are NOT A Bail Bond Company!
Whether you've been charged with DWI, theft, burglary, drug possession, assault, weapons charges, or any other misdemeanor or felony matter, you need a criminal defense attorney who will work zealously on your behalf.
We are NOT a bail bond company. We are attorneys, who post attorney bonds on behalf of our clients so that they may be released from jail As required by state law, in addition to providing Dallas attorney bail bond services, we also represent those we bond out of jail on their underlying criminal case. We post Dallas lawyer bail bonds on felonies, misdemeanors, and even traffic ticket warrants.
Don't hire a bail bond company. A bail bondsman can only bond you out of jail by posting your bail bond. They're not lawyers, so they can't represent you in your criminal case, or give you legal advice. At Berlof & Newton, P.C., our Dallas bail bond attorney can post an attorney bail bond, and can also represent you in court on the underlying criminal case. And because we do both, our bonding fees are sometimes less than what you would pay a bail bond company. Also, most bail bond companies require you to "check in" with them once a week. If you fail to do so, they may file an affidavit with the court in which they ask the judge to issue a warrant for your arrest. If you retain us to post your bond, we don't require weekly check-ins. Also, depending upon the circumstances of the case, and the amount of bail bond, we may not require a co-signer.
We also handle other class "C" misdemeanor offenses, such as simple assault, theft under $50, public intoxication, issuance of bad check, manifesting purpose of prostitution or drug purchase, city code and ordinance violations, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Call us today at 214.699.7975, or contact our Dallas bail bond attorney directly by clicking on the "Get Help Now!" link in the menu bar at the top of this web page.
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