A bail bond is an agreement made by a prisoner in order to avoid spending extensive time in a holding cell before their trial; they agree to appear for the trial, and if they do not, a fee must be paid. Bond, however, can’t be set until the prisoner sees a judge. Because there is no guarantee when a judge will arrive, an individual may spend days in a holding cell. However, there is a way to be released much quicker: attorney writ bonds. Writ bonds can be given individuals who are accused of a:
The bond can be filed very quickly after your arrest, which means you may only have to spend a couple of hours in a holding cell, rather than days. If you qualify, it can be a good option in order to avoid having to wait for a judge.
If you live near McKinney, TX, then consider contacting Mac Morris. He will first determine if you’re eligible for a writ bond. If you are, he can fill out all the necessary paperwork. Then, once a bond is set, he can match it, allowing you to avoid spending undue time in a holding cell. He can provide this service to anyone in the following areas:
Get services from a lawyer that you can trust. Consider contacting The Law Office of Mac Morris today for your free consultation.
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Mac Morris is a criminal defense attorney with more than two decades of experience. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and his Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
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