Why hire a Dallas Bail Bondsman?

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Michael Lowe is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Please read my article about the top bail bondsman traps. It’s my mission to help those that may not understand how bail bonding works so that those in this emergency situation can make more rational and logical decisions.  I’ve been helping folks make tough criminal charges go away for many years.  I understand how traumatic it is to see a loved one in jail and not know what to do.  Most people simply call a bail bondsman.  In many cases a bail bondsman might be a good choice to post a bond.  However, the bonding company is not an advocate for your loved one.  The bonding company simply wants to make as much money as possible.  Therefore, the bonding company will not give you any meaningful advice concerning far less costly ways of getting folks out of jail. Remember, being in jail is a temporary problem that can be resolved easily.  However, getting marked with a criminal history because you spent all of your money on a bonding company or used the bonding company’s referred lawyer, is a problem that is permanent.  Please call me so I can help you resolve these issues.  Please also read my article which warns you about the top 7 bail bonds traps I seen folks fall into over the many years I’ve been doing.

Why hire a bail bond company and then hire a criminal defense lawyer? You can save money and time by hiring a criminal defense lawyer that can also write the bond.

Within Dallas County there are 26 different cities.  Therefore, there are many city jails.  Each city is responsible to have there own city magistrate set bonds on every case.  However, most cities are so small they will not pay a magistrate to be available 24 hours, 7 days a week.  Moreover, some cities claim to have a magistrate but the magistrate is also a practicing attorney.  In these cities, the magistrate will always prefer to handle their personal clients first before they drive to the city jail to conduct arraignment and to set bonds for the city jail inmates.  For example, it is not uncommon for someone to sit in the Desoto Jail for 2 full days before a bond gets set.  The only way to get around this major and unnecessary delay is to hire an attorney.

Mr. Lowe can file a writ of habeas corpus or what’s called a writ bond or writ bail bond for any city in Dallas which includes Addison, Balch Springs, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Cockrell Hill, Combine, Coppell, Dallas, Desoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Garland, Grand Prairie, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Hutchins, Irving, Lancaster, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Sunnyvalle, University Park and Wilmer.

Even if a bond is already set in one of these cities, often times the bond amounts are extraordinarily high.  In a case like this, you can save a substantial amount of money by hiring an attorney first.  Mr. Lowe can, in many cases, file a writ with Dallas County to get the bond reduced according to the Dallas County bond schedule, which judges in both the Dallas County Criminal Courts and all Dallas District Courts will follow, in most cases.

Mr. Lowe is a prominent Board Certified Criminal Attorney in Dallas.  Mr. Lowe’s dedicated his entire practice to helping those charged, arrested and indicted for criminal law violations in both State and Federal Court.  Mr. Lowe does not do City Court ticket cases.  Although Mr. Lowe is not strictly a bail bondsman, Mr. Lowe does also post bonds on select cases where it makes sense to do so.  Although it is true an Attorney Bondsman can have a conflict of interest with their client, in certain cases that conflict is not a reality or a risk in any way to the either the attorney or his client.  Therefore, Mr. Lowe, in select cases, will also be available to issue an Attorney Bond for certain clients.

If you want your loved one out of the Dallas County Jail, Lew Sterrett (North Tower, West Tower etc.), Mr. Lowe can assist in getting bonds reduced or even posting the bond himself on select cases.  Please call Mr. Lowe to get more information (214)526-1900.

Michael Lowe is an experienced attorney whose practice is solely devoted to defending criminal matters. Mr. Lowe has extensive criminal experience. Mr. Lowe is a former Dallas County Felony Prosecutor. Mr. Lowe has tried more than 150 criminal jury trials.

Mr. Lowe gets results on the cases he handles. Mr. Lowe will aggressively defend you and put you in the best position possible.

If you need the bond posted now, then the Law Offices of Michael Lowe can help.

 

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