Dallas Criminal Lawyer & Defense Attorney Bill Knox
The Law Offices of Bill Knox - Dallas Criminal Lawyer and Defense Attorney- has been in business for over 30 years in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. As a Dallas Criminal Lawyer Bill Knox is a practicing Defense Attorney in both Dallas and Collin County.
As a Defense Attorney, Bill Knox represents clients charged with the following types of cases: All Felony Criminal Charges, All Misdemeanor Criminal Charges, Aggravated Assault, Arson, Criminal Assaults, Assault Family Violence, Burglary, Capital Murder, Collin County Bail Bonds, Collin County Writ Bonds, Credit Card Abuse, Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespassing, Dallas Bail Bonds, Domestic Violence, Drug Crimes, Drug Possession, Drunk Driving Defense, Drunk Driving Attorney, Frisco Writ Bonds, Possession Crimes, Dallas DWI/DUI, Collin County DWI/DUI, Evading Arrest, Expunctions, Forgery, Fraud, Indecent Exposure, Jail Releases, Juvenile Crimes, Murder, Public Lewdness, Probation Violations, Retaliation, Aggravated Robbery, Robbery, Sexual Assault, Theft, Weapons Charges, Welfare Fraud and White Collar Crimes.
24Hr Attorney Bail Bonds, Jail Releases, and Attorney Writ Bonds
Dallas Criminal Lawyer Bill Knox is able to post 24 hour bail bonds, attorney writ bonds, attorney bonds, bondsman lawyer bonds, and jail releases for a friend, loved one, parent, son or daughter in all Dallas County and Collin County Jails. Our Dallas Criminal Lawyer Firm posts jail releases, bail bonds, and attorney writ bonds for the following jails - Highland Park Jail, University Park Jail, Irving Jail, Coppell Jail, Carrollton Jail, Richardson Jail, Addison Jail, Mesquite Jail, Garland Jail, Balch Springs Jail, Rowlett Jail, Dallas County Jail (Lew Sterrett), Desoto Jail, Cedar Hill Jail, Plano Jail, Frisco Jail, McKinney Jail, Farmers Branch Jail, Collin County Jail and several other Dallas County Jails and Collin County Jails.
We can post Dallas Criminal Lawyer bail bonds in Dallas and Collin Counties for those we will represent on a criminal case. So, in essence, you are doing both things at once... posting a bail bond, jail release, or writ bond, and hiring a Dallas Criminal Lawyer.
An Attorney Writ Bond and an Attorney Bail Bond are two different types of bonds. A writ bond is when an attorney gets a bond set prior to the inmate seeing a Magistrate to set the bond. A bail bond is posted once the inmate has seen the Magistrate and a bond on the case has been set.
A writ bond by a Defense Attorney is only available in certain circumstances and in certain cases. The charge must be a Class A or Class B misdemeanor. Writ Bonds do not apply to felony charges or Class C traffic tickets.
We are able to postDallas Criminal Lawyer bail bonds and lawyer writ bonds in Dallas and Collin County Jails and all city jails within the Dallas Texas and Collin County limits.
Our Defense Attorney office phones are answers 24 Hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
What It Means To Hire A Dallas Criminal Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been charged or arrested for a crime, it is our advice that you immediately seek the assistance of a qualified defense lawyer. The Law Offices of Bill Knox has been in practice for over 30 years.
Hiring and retaining a Dallas Criminal Lawyer does not mean that you have admitted anything or that you are pleading guilty. Hiring a criminal lawyer is simply a smart move when you are facing charges.
While some people may have prior experience with the criminal justice system, most are first time offenders and find themselves almost helpless when it comes to dealing with this type of problem. Nothing can subsitute for the advice and guidance of an experienced, licensed Dallas Criminal Lawyer.
Call our office today to speak with Dallas Criminal Lawyer Bill Knox about your pending or possible criminal charge in Dallas or Collin County.
Find And Contact Bill Knox Now - Our Address And Phone Number
Our Dallas Criminal Lawyer office is located at 900 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas 75202. Our phone number is 214-500-0000 and is answered 24 hours per day.