Dallas County Jail Locations

Need to find the Dallas jail location for someone you know?

We've provided a list of the Dallas County jail locations  and easy access to the Dallas County Jail Lookup system for your convenience.

Dallas County Jail Locations

 
 

Dallas County Court Locations

Have questions about your court location?

Here's a list of Dallas County court locations with current judicial contact links and information.

Dallas County Court Locations

 
 
 

Criminal Defense & Bail Bonds 

Provider of Criminal Defense Representation and Bail Bonds in Dallas TX

Hablamos Espanol. Llame 214-524-5782.

Law and Order. CSI. Pretty much any television show that deals with criminal procedure presents variations of the bail bond process: a stoic judge bangs a wooden gavel and announces, “Bail is set at $50,000!,” or “Bail is set at $100,000!” and sometimes even,“Bail is set at $1 million!” The defendants react and consult with their criminal defense lawyers. Almost every time, or so it seems, they end up free while waiting for their trial to begin.

In reality, even $10,000 is a huge sum of money for the average person to come up with to pay bail. But it's not an uncommon amount for a bail bond. Dallas courts have been known to request upward of this amount for DWIs and DUIs.

How can the average person afford it?

The Dallas bail bond process involves the release of a defendant in exchange for money. The Dallas courts hold this money until all proceedings and trials regarding the accused person are completed. The bail bond acts like a pledge or promise to the Court. If the defendant promises to show up for all of their scheduled court dates, the bail will be returned to the defendant or surety (the person or organization that provided the bail payment) once all proceedings have been completed.

In the Dallas criminal court system, trials can begin weeks or months after an initial arrest. If not for bail bond, many people, some of whom might be innocent, would have to wait in jail until their trials began. The hardships endured could be personal, spiritual and financial. At Jail Sucks, our licensed Dallas bail bondsmen and defense lawyers won't let this happen to you.

The moment you call us and inform us about your arrest we'll work with you every step of the way toward gaining your jail release. Many of our clients, depending on the circumstances, have been released within minutes of arrest. Others may take a little longer.

No matter where you stand in the legal and economic spectrum, we'll be there for you as experienced and licensed criminal defense lawyers to secure your jail release and defend your rights.  That is much more than a licensed bail bondsman can do!

You'll have one of Dallas County's leading criminal defense attorneys posting your bail bond and working at your side when you call 214- 524-5782. Call 24 hours-a-day to get help with your situation.

Murphy-Hill Law Group

Eric C. Hill, Attorney

Eric C.Hill can do more
for you than a licensed
Dallas bail bond agent.
Why? Because he is 
a licensed defense 
lawyer who's been 
serving the Dallas area  
for 15 years. When 
your freedom is in
question and your reputation is on the line,
he's the one you
want at your side.
Murphy-Hill Law Group

 

 

 

Amanda L. Murphy, Attorney

Amanda L. Murphy is
a Dallas criminal 
defense lawyer
experienced in Texas 
DWI and Texas DUI
law and federal 
criminal bond 
issues. As your legal
advocate, she
protects you and
your rights when
your defenses
are down.