Writ Bond Process

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) 619-3800. 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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