Austin Bail Bonds and Travis County Jail Release
If you are trying to bail someone out of the Austin Travis County Jail in Austin, Texas, contact an Austin Jail Release and Bail Bond Lawyer for assistance. In Texas, an attorney is permitted by law to execute bail bonds for defendants actually represented in criminal cases. An Austin criminal defense lawyer can help a defendant with all aspects of their case, not just bail bonds.
Advantages of Hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer for Bail Bonds in Austin
There are many advantages to hiring a criminal defense lawyer to bail your friend or loved out of jail, including the potential of any jail release fee being applied towards legal representation in the criminal case. If you hire a bail bondsman, you lose any fee that is paid to get someone out of jail. If usually makes much more financial sense to hire a lawyer to bail someone out of jail as opposed to a bail bondsman.
Perhaps the most important benefit of hiring an Austin jail release lawyer, is that Austin criminal defense lawyers –but not a bondsmen — can meet with the late-night magistrate judge to obtain a bond during all hours of the night, and can argue for a better bail bond and conditions of release. A bail bondsman must wait until a judge has set bond before they post a bond for someone’s release.
Additionally, having an criminal defense attorney work on a case from the very beginning can often times make a critical difference in the outcome of the actual criminal case. The earlier you obtain legal representation, the earlier you have a skilled lawyer working for you.
Austin Jail Release and Bail Bond Lawyer
Austin bail bonds and criminal defense lawyer Kevin Bennett has helped hundreds of people who have been arrested in Austin bail out of the Travis County Jail and understands how the Travis County Jail release and Austin bail bond process works.
To get immediate Austin bail bonds and jail release assistance, call (512) 476-4626. The Law Office of Kevin Bennett has attorneys on call to help get your friend or loved one out of the Travis County Jail.