If you or a loved one have been arrested in Denton County, you will want to first confirm their location in jail. This page provides you with information that will assist you in locating your loved one. We have also provided you with information about our criminal defense firm, and tips on when to hire a criminal defense attorney.
Denton County Jail Inmate Search
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- Look up their name using the Denton County Jail Inmate Search.
- Call the Denton County Jail at (972) 434-5502.
- Visit the Denton County Jail at 127 N Woodrow Ln #300, Denton, TX 76205.
Denton County Police Departments
You can also contact the individual police departments in Denton County:
Should you hire an attorney or bondsman first?
Being arrested is the beginning of criminal proceedings against a person. First and foremost, you will have no idea if the bond that was set on your loved one’s case is reasonable or not. An attorney will be able to determine whether the bond is within the range customary to your location. If the bond is excessive, the attorney can ask for the bond to be reduced. This could save you hundreds to thousands of dollars. Second, there may be ways to secure a person’s release without a bond, including personal recognizance bonds, and release for mental health supervision.
The sooner a criminal defense attorney is working on your case, the sooner the charges may be reduced or dropped. It is even more important on a felony case to involve a criminal defense attorney early in the process because felony cases must go through the Grand Jury process. A skillful criminal defense attorney can use the grand jury process to your advantage.
Denton County Criminal Defense Attorneys
Varghese Summersett PLLC is here to assist you when you have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense in Denton County. The attorneys at our office are former state and federal prosecutors. We handle all levels of state and federal criminal offenses. This includes driving while intoxicated cases, white collar crimes, drug crimes, and crimes against persons or property. To discuss the specifics of your case, call our office today at (817) 203-2220 or contact us online.