Attorney Signature Bonds

Attorney Signature Bonds in Edinburg

Honest One-on-One Legal Support to Get You Out of Jail Early

If you have been arrested for a criminal offense in Hidalgo County, you may be eligible for bail, which releases you from jail before you attend your hearing. This is usually a confusing process that involves a bondsman as a third-party middleman, but Attorney Jorge Muñoz is one of a handful of attorneys who are legally allowed to sign off on your bail and represent you in court. This two-in-one service can save you time and energy, as you can avoid an unreliable and impersonal bondsman who might very well drag on your case. Attorney Muñoz will provide honest, personalized representation as he handles your bond and gets to work on your upcoming trial.

Schedule a free initial consultation with Muñoz Law Group today to learn more. Representing defendants in McAllen and Hidalgo County. Se habla español.

What Is an Attorney Bond?

When you have been arrested, there are several types of bail you may be eligible for that can get you out of jail before your hearing date, such as the “surety bond” handled by a third-party bondsman. You may be better handled, however, with an attorney bond. This type of bond involves finding a defense attorney, to whom you will pay a specific percentage of the total bond amount to secure your bail bond. This releases you from jail before the date of your trial, and the attorney you contact for your bail bond must be the one representing you in court. 

Defending You in Court

The attorney responsible for your signature bond will be the same lawyer representing you in court. This involves several technical steps your attorney will handle, such as filing some paperwork to inform the court that they will act as your legal representative. Not every defense attorney is legally qualified to handle attorney bonds, so it is important that you confirm with potential lawyers whether they can do this for you. Muñoz Law Group is one of a small group of firms allowed to do offer attorney bonds.

There are a few advantages to securing an attorney bond instead of a conventional surety bond with a bondsman. For one, as discussed above, bondsmen are more impersonal agents who aren’t as personally invested in the outcome of your case. A defense attorney is in it for the long haul; after handling your bond, they still have the legal responsibility to represent you in court. 

Having an attorney bond also might even save you some money, because instead of having to pay for a bondsman’s services and an attorney, you will only need to pay your defense lawyer to handle both these things. Muñoz Law Group also offers payment plans for clients, so you don’t have to worry about fronting all these costs at once. Attorney Muñoz will work together with you to develop a plan for bail and then for getting out of your criminal charges.

Schedule a Free Consultation to Get Started

One of the firm’s most unique practice areas is attorney signature bond services. It can be overwhelming to choose which defense lawyer to handle your case, but one helpful factor to consider is whether they can offer you bond services. An attorney qualified to handle your bond can deliver more personal attention than a conventional bondsman. Attorney Muñoz can take care of both your bond and your defense in Edinburg, Texas. Whether you have been arrested for DWI or a drug offense, let him resolve your bond and represent you in court.

Schedule a free consultation with Muñoz Law Group online to get started. Spanish services available.

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Jorge Muñoz
“I chose a career in law to pursue the opportunity to help others in a time when they are searching for guidance.”

Attorney Muñoz views his role in the attorney-client relationship as a helper, available to guide clients through any potential issue to leave them in the best position possible to protect their rights and best interests.

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