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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.