Dallas Attorney Writ Bonds
If someone you know is in the Dallas County Jail (i.e., Lew Sterrett Justice Center), their bond will be set quickly by a magistrate, in most cases. However, if they’re in custody at a jail in a Dallas County suburb, it may be several hours, or even days, before a bail bond is set by a judge. Many of the smaller cities don’t have full-time judges.
Your loved one may wait in jail unnecessarily, only because a bond hasn’t been set, and one can’t be posted to obtain the person’s release. However, the Dallas bail bond attorney at Berlof & Newton, P.C. can help. We can post an attorney writ bond. Once filed, an attorney writ bond sets a bond amount in the case. Once the bond amount is set, an attorney bail bond can then be posted, and the person in jail is released from custody.
The Dallas bail bond lawyer at Berlof & Newton, P.C. can post attorney writ bonds for individuals held in the following Dallas County Jails: Highland Park Jail, University Park Jail, Irving Jail, Coppell Jail, Carrollton Jail, Richardson Jail, Addison Jail, Mesquite Jail, Garland Jail, Balch Springs Jail, Rowlett Jail, Dallas County Jail, Desoto Jail, Cedar Hill Jail, and Farmers Branch Jail.
Why wait? If your someone you know is in a Dallas County Jail, call us right away at 214.699.7975 for a free consultation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or contact our Dallas bail bond attorney directly by clicking on the “Get Legal Help Now!” link at the top of this web page. Even if no bond has been set in their case, we may be able to post an attorney writ bond, and get a bond set. If they’re in jail in a Dallas County suburb, we can then post a lawyer bail bond, and have them released from custody. If they’re in the Lew Sterrett Justice Jail, we can post an attorney bail bond in their behalf, and represent them in court on their criminal charge.
A criminal defense lawyer who is also an attorney bail bondsman can provide you with both of the services your loved one needs: an attorney bail bond to secure his release from jail, and legal representation in court on the charge for which he’s been arrested. A bail bondsman can only post a bail bond. He can’t represent you in court or seek to have your bond reduced. Why hire a bail bondsman, when he can only do half of the job?
Is someone you know in jail on a Dallas County felony probation violation? Are they being held on a no bond warrant. If so, a bail bondsman won’t be able to help you. You can go to the jail with ten million dollars in cash, and you still won’t be able to get your friend or loved one released from jail. However, we may be able to help. Our attorney bondsman may be able to get a bond set by the judge, post an attorney bail bond to secure the person’s release, and the zealously represent them on the probation violation in court.
At Berlof & Newton, P.C. our Dallas bail bond lawyer can readily post a lawyer bail bond, have the person quickly released from jail, and mount a zealous legal defense against the criminal charge when the matter goes to court.
Don’t delay. If your someone you know is in a Dallas County Jail, call us now at 214.699.7975 for a free consultation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so that we can assist you in getting them out of jail… FAST!!! If they’re in jail in a Dallas County suburb, we can post an attorney writ bond, get a bail bond amount set, and post a lawyer bail bond. If they’re in the Lew Sterrett Justice Center (also known as the Dallas County Jail), we can post an attorney bail bond in their behalf, and represent them on their criminal charge.
In some cases, it may be possible to post a personal recognizance bond. Also known as a p.r. bond, a personal recognizance bond is a bail bond that is signed by the judge, the defendant, and the defendant’s lawyer. Once signed by the judge, a p.r. bond results in the warrant being recalled, in the same way a standard bail bond would.
If you have an active warrant out for your arrest, it may be possible to obtain a personal recognizance bond… without your having to go to jail! These bonds can be granted in court, and can allow you to avoid the embarrassment and shock of being arrested and booked in to the county jail!
A bail bondsman can’t help you with a p.r. bond. Only an an attorney can assist you with a personal recognizance bond. Call us today at 214.699.7975 to learn if you might be eligible to obtain a p.r. bond in your case.