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214 Release: Hindieh Law – 24/7 Dallas Bail Bonds

214 Release: Hindieh Law, PLLC is a Dallas bail bonds and criminal defense attorney office for U.S. citizens, non-citizens, and immigrants. Our licensed bail bond agents have been helping people bond out of the Dallas County jail and other detention facilities in Texas for years. We care for our clients so we are ready to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Give us a call now at 214.960.1458.

Our attorney, Ray Hindieh, is an experienced prosecutor who formerly worked for Dallas County as a district attorney. His experience as a prosecutor gives him unique insight into how the justice system works and how best to represent clients as a defense attorney.

We Are Here To Answer All of Your Questions About Bail Bonds.

For 214 Release: Hindieh Law – 24/7 Dallas Bail Bonds, we pride ourselves on being the experts in the field that you can rely on. When you or your loved ones need bail bonding services in Dallas and surrounding counties, we are only a call away. When you need help posting bond, getting a 24-hour bail bond, or securing jail release, Call 214.960.1458. At one point or another, everyone has to deal with circumstances involving the law. Ending up in jail, for some people, is an untimely and inconvenient consequence of the law.

If you or anyone you love is faced with this type of situation, your best choice is to call 214 Release: Hindieh Law – 24/7 Dallas Bail Bonds at 214.960.1458. We will work to get those you care about out of jail quickly. Our track record for honesty and integrity, along with our resourcefulness, helps us secure any bond or bail you need.

What Is a Bail Bond?

Bail is money given to the court which allows the arrested to get out of jail between the time of arrest and trial.  Depending on the severity of the crime, the defendant’s criminal history, and their flight risk, a judge will determine how much money will need to be held by the court in order to allow a release from jail while awaiting trial.  This money is held by the court until a final verdict in the case is decided. At this time bail is refunded to the defendant. Typically this is a very large amount of money that most defendants can not afford. Read more.

Fortunately, 214 Release: Hindieh Law – 24/7 Dallas Bail Bonds is here to help defendants get out of jail without having to pay the full amount of bail.  If a defendant is able to pay as little as 10% of the bail amount, 214 Release: Hindieh Law – 24/7 Dallas Bail Bonds will cover the other 90% in exchange for a fee and a promise that the defendant will return for court.

Should I Post Bond or Hire an Attorney First?

When someone is arrested, it’s understandable to panic and bond that person out immediately. That may be the right decision, but not always. Some things to consider in making your decision:

  • Is the person capable of living up to bond conditions upon immediate release? If the answer is no, you may be better off leaving the person in jail until you can get help (i.e., a drug rehabilitation facility). If you post a bond, and the person is immediately rearrested, you will have lost the money and also face a bigger bond.
  • What is your budget for helping the person arrested? If you can’t afford to bond the person out and then hire a great attorney, you should consider hiring the attorney first. A good attorney can save you hundreds or thousands of dollars in bond costs, and this money is better spent hiring quality representation.
  • Is there potential for a hold being added? If an arrestee is likely to have an immigration or other hold, but doesn’t have the hold in place now, you may consider posting the bond immediately before the hold appears.

Discuss Your Options for Your Specific Case With Us Today

Remember a bond is different from probation or parole. Probation is monitoring after a plea of guilty. Parole is when someone is has served some of their sentences in custody and has been released and under monitoring in the community until the sentence is completed. If you need help with these issues, we also can serve as your parole or probation lawyer.

214 Release: Hindieh Law – 24/7 Dallas Bail Bond has an expert attorney who specializes in Bond Hearings and works with Bail Bonds and Writ Bonds. You will need an experienced criminal defense attorney to get you out of jail and keep you out. Contact Ray Hindieh or Rudy Banda to get you out of jail and arrange for your bond or bond hearing. Call 214 Release214.960.1458.

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Bail in Texas Code of Criminal Procedure | 214 Release Hindieh Law

Bail in Texas Code of Criminal Procedure

What is Bail? Chapter 17 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure defines “BAIL” Art. § 17.01 as “Bail” is the security given by the accused that he will appear and answer