If you have a family member or friend in jail, call us. We’ll tell you what it takes to get them out. We’ve dealt with all the local jails. Sometimes people want fast. Sometimes they want cheap. We’ll tell you all your Dallas County Jail Release options and let you decide.
Especially when dealing with the Dallas County Jail, it can be really helpful to have someone assisting who knows the system. Lew Sterrett is a big jail with lots of employees. They can’t always say exactly where a person is being held or exactly when they might be getting out. Talking with one of the jailers can be frustrating if you don’t know exactly what to ask. And the jailers can get just as frustrated with you too. Plus, just when you think you might be getting somewhere, a shift change can come along and set you back again.
Our goal when you call is to help save you time and money. We want to get your person out fast. You shouldn’t have to wait to know exactly what’s going on. We’ll help clear it all up for you so you know exactly what’s happening every step of the way.
The Traylor Law Firm can help arrange Dallas County jail release. The Traylor Law Firm has been helping people with their criminal defense cases and Dallas County jail release for over 20 years.
We provide Dallas County jail release for misdemeanors, felonies, DWI, drug possessions, thefts, assaults, fraud, credit card abuse, marijuana possession and more. Many times people are also held on warrants for unpaid tickets.
How to Handle Dallas County Jail Release
The quickest way to get somebody out is to post cash bonds directly with the jail. The Dallas County Jail is located at 111 W. Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas. Cash bonds may be paid in full at the bond desk at Lew Sterrett to secure a Dallas County jail release. However, this is also the most expensive way, as you must have the full cash amount of the bonds up front. For those who do not have the full amount, bail bonds companies can assist with your Dallas County jail release.
The bond company will only charge a portion of the bond as their fee. For larger bonds, that fee is usually 10%. For smaller bonds it is a fixed rate. For instance, a $500 bond should cost about $175. This fee is called a premium. Unlike a cash bond, this fee is non-refundable. However, if your family member or loved one does not make all their court dates, the bond company will seek to recover more money from the cosigner or the person who signed for the bond.
You can check their website for prisoner information or call us at 214-382-0900 and we’ll check for you. Please note that the Dallas County Jail, despite their good intentions, often gives misleading information, especially when it comes to whether a person has been released. A person can be “released off the computer” or “transferred to another agency” and still be in the Dallas County Jail. They’ll often say that the person has been “released” or “transferred” even when the person is still in their jail. And they won’t even know that’s misleading until you press them to look further. Having someone call who’s dealt with it all before and knows the difference can save a lot of time and stress.
Call 214-382-0900 24 hours.