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If you are arrested in any one of the Collin County cities listed above in you could likely end up in one of these 6 jails; Allen JailFrisco City JailCollin County JailPlano City JailRichardson City Jail, and Wylie City Jail.  You will most likely need Collin County Bail Bonds assistance.

We post attorney bonds in these 6 Collin County jails.  Contact our McKinney, TX bail bonds office.  We’re open 24/7 and quickly growing as one of the most reliable and affordable attorney bail bonds in Collin County.

If you need to get out of jail in Collin County, Texas call VBL Attorney Writs.  We are fast, friendly and affordable.

Collin County Writ Bond Lawyers – Available 24/7

Getting your loved one out of jail is easier with the help of an attorney. We can also answer any questions you might have about the criminal justice system in Collin County. We will provide you with a quote during our initial telephone call and you can pay with a major credit or debit card, such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.

Collin County Writ Bonds – What To Expect

After we’re hired, we’ll get the bond set at the Collin County Sheriff’s Department. It doesn’t matter if your loved one is in Plano, Frisco, Allen, or Wylie, the Collin County Attorney Writ Bond gets handled by the Sheriff’s Department. Posting a writ bond and getting released can take a bit of time. You might need an hour to get the person released if he or she’s already in Collin County Jail. If the person is incarcerated in a city jail (for example, Plano, Frisco, Allen, or Wylie), it may take two to three hours. The bond needs to be signed by the inmate and then carried to the Collin County Sheriff’s Department for processing. While our attorneys conduct their work efficiently, they also rely on the jail involved in the release. It may take a little bit longer to process a writ bond jail release on a weekend as opposed to a weekday. Paperwork and the release of property can also delay the release. About 10 days after an arrest for DWI, the attorney who executed the writ bond will meet you at the courthouse and represent you at the bond hearing. At the bond hearing the judge will determine if you need to have a deep-lung ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle. Texas requires the deep-lung device as a condition of bond if your alcohol concentration is .15 or greater. We assist clients and families with Collin County Attorney Writ Bonds.
Frequently Asked Questions

An attorney writ bond can be used to get you out of jail if you have been arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI), possession of marijuana, theft, and other non-violent misdemeanors.

With a writ bond, you can be released from jail immediately and avoid waiting in jail for days to have a bond set by a magistrate.

Attorney writ bonds can only be posted on Class A and B misdemeanor.  Attorney writ bonds cannot be posted for felony cases. Collin County Attorney Writ Bonds are commonly used to bond people out of jail on misdemeanor charges like DWI, possession of marijuana, theft, driving while license suspended, and possession of controlled substances.

Please visit the Collin County Inmate Search Page for all inmate information for individuals being detained at the Collin County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility.

Cash, Money Order, or Cashier’s Check (Cashier’s check has to be verified during banking hours).

Visit Collin County Active Warrants page

Yes, a person can be bonded out of a city jail if they are being held on Collin County charges and have a bond amount set. A bond will have to be signed by the defendant at the city jail and then brought to the Collin County Sheriff’s Office to be processed.

An attorney may be the surety on a bond if they are approved by our chain of command. These bonds are normally only done Monday through Friday from 8-5 due to having to be approved and also having to get a file-marked copy of the notice of appearance as counsel of record from the clerk’s office. If an attorney wants to be the surety they will need to provide the following forms and bring the bond for us to process. They will need a surety bond form filled out by attorney, a file-marked copy of the notice of appearance as counsel of record in the criminal case, a copy of attorney’s driver’s license and a copy of their Texas State Bar Card, a print out from Texas State Bar website confirming the attorney is eligible to practice, a financial statement showing all assets and liabilities. Make sure if they have property or homes listed that an address is provided for them. If they have a homestead on the home it cannot be used, and also a printout of all outstanding bonds they have in other counties. A $15 fee is required by each surety/attorney posting bond provided the cost does not exceed $30 of all bonds posted at that time for all Class B and above charges.

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