Writ Bond: Faster Release from Custody
Plano Criminal Lawyer for Writ Bonds
After an arrest on a criminal charge in the Plano area, one of the first
steps in the process is an appearance before a judge to set bail. Awaiting
this appearance can take time, based upon the caseload, day of the week,
time of day, and staffing—time that you cannot spare. You do not
want to spend hours or days sitting in a holding cell that is overcrowded
and overfilled with a number of people who are accused of a variety of
criminal offenses. When stuck in custody awaiting a court appearance,
you can get help on being released through the filing of what is called
a "writ bond."
This writ bond can allow you to bypass the period of waiting for your scheduled
appearance in front of the judge and be released—allowing you to
A writ bond is a specific type of
bail bond in which a set fee schedule is used as the bond amount, based upon the
crime for which you were arrested. At The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, we
can assist those who are trapped in custody awaiting their appearance
before the judge magistrate. The writ bond allows the person charged to
bypass the waiting period and get released quickly. We know the importance
of being released from custody; we can act fast on your behalf. If your
loved one is in jail awaiting an appearance, contact our firm at once
for assistance in getting them released to you.
Speak with a Plano
criminal defense attorney from our firm for more information.
Does Your Case Qualify for a Writ Bond?
There are some offenses that do not allow release from custody on a writ
bond. If you are trying to get out of jail as quickly as possible, we
can review your situation and determine whether you are eligible for the
writ bond or the next best course of action, if you are not. If the offense
does not allow for a writ bond to be filed, we can initiate other actions
to help you to pursue your release.
It is extremely important that you do not go to a bail hearing without
our Plano criminal lawyer at your side. The bail amount set by the court
can vary widely, and we work with our clients to seek release without
the need for bail (on your own recognizance) whenever possible, and to
reduce the bail amount to a reasonable level when a release without bond
is not achievable. We can provide you with all of the information and
contacts you need regarding
bail bonds, your criminal charges, your chances of success in defending against the
charge in court and all other matters of concern.
Take the First Step: Contact Our Firm
You can contact our firm by phone to discuss the potential option of filing
a writ bond, and we can quickly determine whether this is possible in
your specific case. Once it is established that you are eligible for a
writ bond, we will contact you in person where you are incarcerated to
get the paperwork completed. The next step is to file the writ bond with
the county jail, which legally forces the bail amount to be set on an
immediate basis. Once this is completed, the facility where you are being
held will be informed that you are to be released and you can return to
your home and family.
Contact our firm for assistance in filing a writ bond for faster release from jail.