Counties We Serve

Dallas | Tarrant | Collin | Denton

Office Hours

We write bail bonds 24/7

Dallas: (214) 749-5600

Denton: (940) 320-6600

McKinney: (972) 542-5155

Plano: (972) 422-1544

Fort Worth: (817) 877-5555

Arlington: (817) 801-1230

Everyone makes mistakes, but there’s no need to spend time in jail because of it. When you stay in jail, you miss risking out on your work, school, rent or mortgage payments, important bills, and time to be with your family. A-EZ Out has years of experience with the arrest and bail process, and we’re dedicated to getting you out of jail and back to your life as soon as possible. Whether you’re bailing yourself or a loved one ou

Arrests in Collin County

If you get arrested in the Collin County area, you’ll be taken to one of two places: the jail of the city you were arrested in, or the Collin County jail. If you get arrested in Plano, Mckinney, Allen, Princeton, Farmersville, or any surrounding area, you fall under Collin County territory and will be detained in a Collin County jail.

Collin County Jail

Collin County Jail is right by the offices of the sheriff and the fire marshal, and is across the street from the Collin County Juvenile Court and the Juvenile Detention Center. The jail was built as a direct supervision facility, designed to allow constant supervision of all inmates instead of monitoring them with scheduled check-ins and security cameras. This gives a safer and more humane experience to inmates, while also keeping guards safe and helping them take care of problems and diffuse situations better.  If an inmate refuses to abide by the direct supervision system, they can be relocated to a traditional unit in the jail. Collin County Jail is equipped to give inmates basic hygiene, nutrition, health, and sanitation care. Collin County jail offers self-improvement programs to its inmates, designed to help them get on a better path once they get back to their lives. These programs include G.E.D courses, substance abuse rehabilitation and counselling, libraries and religious spaces. 

Visitation Rules

Your visitation rules can change depending on the circumstances of your case. You might not be allowed in-person visitation, or you could be denied all visitation. For most standard visitation, these are the rules: all visitors must arrive 20 minutes early, dress and behave appropriately, show valid identification, and don’t bring any items prohibited by the jail. This includes firearms, drugs, and anything that could be considered a weapon. Visits are usually limited to 25 minutes, with an allotted 5 minutes for walking time. Times for visitation are subject to change, which is why you should look at the office visitation schedule. Call A-EZ Out, or the jail, if you have any questions about visitation.

Get Bailed Out Fast With A-EZ Out

If you’ve been arrested, you might not be able to afford to stay in jail. You might have obligations like school, work, family, and bills that you can’t miss out on. A-EZ Out is available 24/7 to bail you out of any jail in Collin, Dallas, Denton, or Tarrant County, whenever you need it. Call or visit our website to get in touch with an experienced bail bond agent today!