Dallas & Collin County Writ Bond Lawyer

If you find yourself needing a lawyer for a fast jail release in Collin County or Dallas County, and have been told you need to obtain an "Attorney Writ Bond," please call The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder at 214.702.CARL(2275) immediately.

Most people who are arrested have never had any experience with the criminal justice system, and the process can be very confusing. Obviously, finding the fastest way to get out of jail is a primary concern.

The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder offers a quick, dependable Writ Bond service in Collin County to those arrested in Plano, McKinney, Wylie, Allen, and all surrounding areas. Carl can help handle all jail release matters in Dallas County, including helping you, or your loved one, secure a "Writ Bond."  If you, or a loved one, was arrested for a misdemanor criminal offense and is being held in an outside, municipal jail (not Lew Sterrett), including in Garland, Mesquite, Addison, Highland Park, University Park, Balch Springs, Richardson, Irving, Coppell, or Desoto, you may be eligible to facilitate a faster release by utilizing an Attorney Writ Bond.

The first step you would otherwise have to go through before having the ability to bond out of jail without an attorney would be waiting for a magistrate judge to set a bail amount. Once an arrestee finally gets to see a magistrate, this judge will review the charges, notify the defendant of his or her rights, and then they would set a bond amount.  Often, this amount is based upon a number of factors, including any possible ties to the community, the nature and/or the severity of the offense, and whether there are any prior criminal offense convictions.

Depending on the day (or the time of day) one is arrested, as well as the number of other inmates also waiting to see the magistrate, waiting for this judge to set a bail amount can take a very, very long time – hours, or in many cases, even days. Without an attorney, the person in custody would be forced to remain in jail until a magistrate judge sets a bond amount. Anyone who has been arrested has the right to see a magistrate within a "reasonable" amount of time.  In Texas, this amount of time usually is within 48 hours.  Most people do not want to wait this long, because they have other things to tend to in life that would not get taken care of if the person has to sit in jail for a long period of time (employment, family commitments, etc.) An Attorney Writ Bond, which is by definition a "Writ of Habeas Corpus," negates the need for the person in jail to actually see a judge to set the bond amount before a release can be obtained.  In effect, therefore, securing an Attorney Writ Bond can help significantly speed the process up.  

Eligibility To File An Attorney Writ Bond

It is very important to note that an Attorney Writ Bond can only be utilized under certain circumstances with specific criminal offenses. If you call 214.702.CARL(2275), Carl (or a staff member) will consult with you regarding informaiton on the eligibility to file a Collin County or Dallas County Attorney Writ Bond.


Generally speaking, Attorney Writ Bonds are only available for those accused of certain Class A and Class B Misdemeanors, such as DWI, Marijuana Possession, Theft, etc.  It cannot be used for most assault charges, especially offenses alleged where an Assault with an allegation of "Family Violence" occurred.

Not Eligible

Class C Misdemeanor traffic ticket cases, assault and family violence/domestic abuse charges, and any charge that is going to be filed as a felony would render one ineligible for a jail release utilized through an Attorney Writ Bond.  THE LAW OFFICES OF CARL DAVID CEDER DOES NOT HANDLE TRAFFIC TICKETS!  If the charge is one that is listed above, or any offense where an Attorney Writ Bond cannot be utilized, Carl can still help advise you on the best possible scenario to secure an efficient jail release.  Just because an Attorney Writ Bond cannot be filed, does not mean that we will always be unable to get someone incarcerated in a Collin County or Dallas County out of jail the fastest way possible.  If this is your situation, please call now for further information.

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If you or your loved one needs a Collin County or Dallas County Attorney Writ Bond, call The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder at 214.702.CARL(2275) and Carl will help you obtain the fastest release possible. Carl is committed to doing everything within his power to minimize the amount of time spent in jail. Call 214.702.CARL(2275) immediately for his assistance with any jail release concerns in any county in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, including and especially regarding anyone in jail in Dallas County or Collin County.