Jail Releases And Bonding Attorney In Austin

One of the most important tenets of the U.S. justice system is that a person accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty in court. As a result, most individuals who are arrested have the opportunity to secure their freedom between the time of the arrest and the beginning of the trial by posting bail.

If you or someone you know has been arrested and is being held in the Travis County Jail or the Travis County Correctional Complex in Del Valle, your first call should be to an experienced jail release and bonding lawyer in Austin.

The Law Office of Thomas Swain, PLLC, in Austin, Texas, offers around-the-clock jail release services to people in Travis County and the surrounding areas.

We are available 24/7! Call on us 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 512-912-9122 for experienced legal assistance getting you or a loved one released from jail on bond.

A bail bonding attorney offers significant advantages over a traditional bail bondsman, not the least of which is the need to come up with substantially less cash to post bond, as well as significant cost savings overall in most cases. We also can expedite the process in order to get you or your loved one out of jail quickly.

Attorney Swain will credit a portion of the jail release fee toward your legal defense if you retain him to represent you. By gathering information early in the process regarding the arrest, he gets an important head start on shaping a legal strategy that will produce the best possible outcome.

We have years of experience obtaining quick releases for his clients from Travis County Jail for the lowest possible bond. Cases involving someone with previous arrests or a history of violence will likely face a higher bond than someone who has no arrest record. Attorney Swain has advocated on behalf of clients to obtain a personal bond when it was initially denied.

When you need to get yourself or someone else out of jail, call 512-912-9122 anytime, any day of the week. We are also available by email if you wish to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.