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Must be Collin County resident; Must be in Jail on a Collin County offense (first-degree felony charges are excluded); Must not be on parole or have any felony convictions; Must be willing to appear in court until the case is completely out of litigation; Must provide positive identification; Must NOT have history of bond forfeiture.
Pre-Trial Release is committed to making a cost-efficient mechanism available for the release of qualifying defendants from Jail, to assist in alleviating an overcrowded Jail and to provide a fair and unbiased method of release.
Screening methods however, are not simple. Contact Collin County Pre-Trial Release at (972) 547-5265 to determine if a defendant is eligible. Plano Detention Officers cannot determine if a prisoner is eligible for this program.
Visitation is limited to 30 minutes with a maximum of 2 visitors allowed per day; Visitors must be appropriately dressed, be at least 17-years of age, present a valid driver's license or state issued identification card, and have no outstanding arrest warrants.
Visitors may be searched prior to entering the visitation room.
The only ways to resolve a Capias Pro Fine warrant are: To pay the fine and court costs in full; Remain in Jail until enough Jail Credit has been earned to be released 'time served'.
Pay the fine in cash; Post a cash or surety bond; Be released 'time served' after acquiring enough Jail Credit; A combination of bonds, Jail Credit, and cash payment.
The City of Plano contracts with Jordan Towing, Inc., for the storage of impounded vehicles. Inquiries concerning fees, method of payment, and directions to the storage facility should be directed to the towing company. Be prepared to provide information such as the vehicle’s year, make, model, and license plate number. Jordan Towing, Inc. may be contacted by calling (972) 380-6300 and is physically located at 601 Digital Drive in Plano (Southeast of Plano Pkwy./Coit Rd.).