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- A Writ Bond sets a bond prior to an arrestee seeing a judge for Collin County arrests.
- Writ Bond’s can be filed in Misdemeanor cases such as DWI, Possession of Marijuana and Theft.
- Felony charges and assault/ family violence cases are not subject to Writ Bonds.
- Only a licensed attorney can file a Writ Bond (otherwise known as a writ of habeas corpus.)
A writ bond secures an immediate jail release and eliminates the likelihood of waiting in jail for days to have a bond set by a magistrate judge. This legal pleading, more formally known as a writ of habeas corpus, can be filed in response to a misdemeanor arrest in any city in Collin County and most cities in Dallas County. The process itself takes between two and four hours and can only be performed by a licensed Texas attorney.
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Writ Bonds Explained
A “Writ Bond” is a filing by a lawyer in Collin County that will cause the sheriff’s office to set a bond prior to the arrested person being seen by a magistrate on a Class A or B Misdemeanor (typically DWI, possession of marijuana, or theft).
Writ Bonds aren’t applicable for felony arrests, traffic ticket arrests or assault arrests.
People arrested by police in any Collin County city may be eligible for a writ bond whether they are in the County jail in McKinney or not. These communities include (but aren’t limited to) Prosper, Allen, Frisco, Plano, Celina, Fairview, Anna, Melissa, Parker or Murphy.
A “writ bond” shouldn’t be confused with a bail bond.
Hiring an attorney for a writ bond in Collin County is an important decision. Not only can the attorney help your friend or loved one be released from jail quickly, but they can help ease your mind with information about the criminal justice system which may be rushing through your mind.