Plano Bond Attorney
Looking to Be Released from Jail Quickly?
Bail bondsmen and individuals posting cash bonds usually have to wait hours for a judge to set a bond amount. A bond attorney can get you out of jail more quickly if you are being charged with a class A or class B misdemeanor in Collin County. If you or a loved one has been arrested and taken to any city jail within Collin County (i.e. Plano, Frisco, Allen, Prosper, McKinney) on a Texas misdemeanor charge, Plano criminal defense lawyer Andrew Peveto can likely arrange jail release before a cash bond cound be posted or a bail bondsman employed – particularly during weekends, where people sometimes have to wait until Monday to get their bond set by the county judge.
How Does an Attorney Get Someone Out of Jail So Quickly?
The simple answer is this – hiring a lawyer to do a misdemeanor attorney bond allows you to bypass going before a Collin County judge to have the bond set.
This saves time for the following reasons:
- There is usually only one judge setting bonds on a given day, and he or she is in McKinney,
- The judge is only there a couple of hours a day to set bonds (usually first thing in the morning),
- You never know exactly when the judge will be there, and
- You have to be transferred to the Collin County jail in McKinney in order to be “arraigned” by the judge and have your bond set – which means you could miss the judge altogether and be stuck in jail until the next day if you don’t get transferred and processed in time to be arraigned by the judge in the morning.
Hiring reputable Plano criminal lawyer Andrew Peveto to do an “attorney bond” circumvents this process and allows for a much quicker jail release in most circumstances (does not apply to felony charges or domestic violence assault arrests). Those arrested for misdemeanor DWI, possession of marijuana, or theft can usually be bonded out the fastest. If you were arrested in relation to an outstanding warrant, a bond amount may have already been set.
Collin County Jail Release
The only way to get someone out of city or county jail as quickly as possible in Collin County is to hire a local lawyer to do an attorney bond, or writ bond. Some attorneys will rob you blind for this service – charging $2,000 to $4,000 per attorney bond. At Peveto Law, it will never cost that much – and we even let you apply a portion of that fee towards your criminal defense representation in court. If available, Collin County attorney Andrew Peveto can get clients out of city jails within Collin County jail quickly (depending on day of week, time of day, and lawyer availability).
NOTE: Peveto Law only provides attorney bond and jail release services in Collin County – not Dallas. The quickest way to get in touch with Andrew Peveto regarding jail release is to call (972) 339-8033, or submit an online contact form (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). Someone from Peveto Law will contact you promptly if the attorney is available to assist.