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1502 W. University Suite #101 McKinney, TX 75069
Doc’s Bail Bonds of Collin County proudly serves the city of McKinney and all surrounding areas:
Located just five minutes from the Collin County Jail, Doc’s Bail Bonds has the quickest response time in all of McKinney. Anyone arrested here or in surrounding areas will most likely be found in Collin County Jail, located in McKinney just north of Bloomdale and highway 75. To find an inmate, you can search Collin County’s online current inmate list (and released in the past 24 hours) here.
- Collin County Jail: 4300 Community Ave, McKinney, TX 75071 (972) 547-5200
While McKinney’s crime rate is significantly low—51% lower than the rest of Texas, in fact—it sees its fair share of property crime. Crimes such as theft and burglary are quite high in McKinney, with the rate of property crime being 13 per every thousand residents. We have experience with the Collin County Courthouse and in-depth knowledge about property crime guidelines—we can get your loved one out of jail faster than anyone else.
Burglary in McKinney
Contrary to popular belief, burglary is completely different from theft and robbery. Unlike theft and robbery, burglary relates to actually breaking into something. Whether it’s a house, car, or candy machine, breaking into anything considered private or not yours is burglary. Because there are a ton of different things one can actually break into, the criminal charge wholly depends on the nature of the crime and the criminal history of the defendant.
Class A Misdemeanor Burglary: breaking into—or attempting to break into—a coin-operated machine or vending machine. A class A misdemeanor burglary charge has a penalty of up to 1 year in jail with a bail bond of up to $4,000. To bail out of jail, the inmate must pay at least $400.
State Jail Felony Burglary: breaking into, attempting to break into, or illegally entering a private building other than a personal residence or habitation. For state jail felonies, inmates usually go to Kegans International Sanctions Facility, or Kegans ISF. A state jail felony carries up to 180 days to 2 years in jail, and a bail bond of $10,000. To bail out of jail, an inmate will have to pay $1,000.
Second Degree Felony Burglary: when someone breaks into, attempts to break into, or illegally enters a residence or habitation without the intent to commit a felony. A second degree felony burglary charge results in anywhere between 2 to 20 years in prison, and a bail bond of up to $10,000. To bail out of jail, the inmate has to pay $1,000.
First Degree Felony Burglary: when someone breaks into, attempts to break into, or illegally enters a personal residence or habitation with the intent to commit a felony. This severe charge results in anywhere from 5 years in prison to a life sentence, with a bail bond of at least $10,000 (which is a $1,000 bail); depending on the nature of the crime, the judge can choose not to set a bond at all.
Theft in McKinney
Unlike burglary, theft doesn’t involve breaking into a machine, habitation, or vehicle. Theft is actually pretty straight-forward: it’s illegally stealing or attempting to steal items, objects, money, or anything of value without one-on-one contact with anyone—or, without a victim. A theft charge in McKinney can range anywhere from a misdemeanor to a felony, depending on the value of the item and the defendant’s criminal history.
Class B Misdemeanor Theft: when someone steals or attempts to steal an item worth $50 to $500. A class B misdemeanor theft charge carries up to 180 days in jail with a bail bond of no more than $2,000. To bail out of jail, an inmate will have to pay at least $200.
Class A Misdemeanor Theft: when someone steals or attempts to steal an item worth $500 to $1,500. A class A misdemeanor theft charge results in up to 1 year in jail with a bail bond of around $4,000. In order to bail out of jail, an inmate will have to pay at least $400.
State Jail Felony Theft: when someone steals or attempts to steal an item worth $1,500 to $20,000. A state jail felony theft charge results in 180 days to 2 years in jail with a bail bond of up to $10,000. In order to bail out of jail, an inmate will have to pay at least $1,000.
Third Degree Felony Theft: when someone steals or attempts to steal an item worth $20,000 to $100,000. Someone charged can expect anywhere between 2 to 10 years in prison with a bail bond of $10,000. To bail out of jail, an inmate will have to pay $1,000.
Second Degree Felony Theft: when someone steals or attempts to steal an item worth $100,000 to $200,000. This charge results in between 2 to 20 years in prison with a bail bond set at $10,000. Depending on the crime, however, this amount can be higher. However, for a $10,000 bond, an inmate can bail out of jail with $1,000.
First Degree Felony Theft: when the item is worth $200,000 or more. Those charged with first degree felony theft can expect anywhere between 5 years to life in prison with a bail bond set at least at $10,000. Depending on the crime, the judge may decide not to set a bond at all.
Sick of Jail? Call the Doctor
If you know someone in jail or need the fastest bail bond possible, Doc’s Bail Bonds is your answer. Our McKinney location is conveniently located five minutes from the Collin County Jail. We prioritize speed over all else, and that’s why our response time is second to none in North Texas. However, it’s not just our quick response that sets us apart—it’s our affordability. We want everyone to bail out of jail and access our bail bonds services, and that’s why we offer financing options and never run credit checks. To further reduce your stress, we even offer bail services by phone, fax, or email so you can reach us any way you can.
We are here to help. We truly care about the wellbeing of McKinney residents and want you out of jail as soon as possible so you can get to work on what’s important. Call our office for more information on McKinney bail bonds, or stop by today. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—let’s get started.