City Jail Information for Frisco, TX
- 7200 Stonebrook Parkway, Frisco, Texas (located on the east side of the Frisco Police Department)
- The Frisco Police Department Jail is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
What type of facility?
Frisco Police Department Jail is a holding facility. This means that prisoners are generally confined in this facility for no more than 24 hours before being released or transferred to another facility.
What does it mean when a person is booked into jail?
When a person is arrested there are several different types of documents that must be completed. The person’s property must be listed out in detail, their photograph and fingerprints are taken as well. Once this process has been completed and they are moved into a cell or cellblock, they have at that moment officially been “booked” into jail.
When are prisoners arraigned?
Arraignments are generally held daily, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., but can occur at alternate times to accommodate magistrate schedules.
What occurs during arraignment?
An arraignment is a formal meeting between a judge and a prisoner. The judge informs the prisoner of his or her charge(s), reads the prisoner his or her rights, and advises the prisoner of the bond amount. If the prisoner qualifies, an attorney is also appointed during arraignment.
What is the jail credit policy of Frisco Police Department?
The City of Frisco assigns a monetary value for time spent in the Municipal Jail for a City of Frisco Class C misdemeanor ticket or warrant. A municipal judge determines the Municipal Jail credit as regulated by state law.
How can I get a prisoner’s property?
Prisoner property can only be released after the prisoner grants written permission authorizing the release. To claim prisoner property it is necessary to:
- Complete a property release form; and
- Present a driver’s license or a state issued identification card.
Are prisoners allowed to make any free telephone calls?
Prisoners are allowed two free calls. They are allowed one free call once they have been booked and another free call after they have been to the arraignment by the City Magistrate. A prisoner may also make telephone calls from a telephone located inside the cellblock.
What is an Alias warrant?
This is a warrant where no plea has been entered. A prisoner, bail bond company, or an attorney can post a bond for this type of warrant. The bond assures that the prisoner will appear in court.
What is a Capias warrant?
A Capias warrant is where a plea has been entered and the prisoner did not follow through with the court agreement.
How to resolve a warrant in the City of Frisco for a Class C Misdemeanor?
- Released “time served” after acquiring enough jail credit; or
- A combination of jail credit and cash/credit card payment.
How can a prisoner get out of jail when arrested for a felony/misdemeanor (Higher than a class C misdemeanor)?
- Pay bond at the Denton County or Collin County Sheriff’s Department Bond Desk, depending on which county your loved one is in.
- Contact a Frisco criminal defense attorney – It is important that when choosing a lawyer to represent you that you have an experienced attorney who knows the court system, the judges, the prosecutors, and the best way to reach a positive result for each and every client’s unique situation.
- Contact a bail bond company
Call The Law Office of Gregory C. Goline at (940) 241-4802 or contact our firm online.
If someone is transferred to Denton County Jail, how do I find out?
You can find out by searching the Denton County Website or calling the Denton County Jail. All information about Denton County Jail can be found under the “Jail Records” tab at http://justice1.dentoncounty.com/PublicAccess/default.aspx.
Denton County Sherriff’s office can be reached at 940-349-1700 or at 127 N. Woodrow Lane, Denton, Texas 76205.
If someone is transferred to Collin County Jail, how do I find out?
- You can find out by searching the Collin County Website or calling the Collin County Jail.
- Collin County Sherriff’s office can be reached at 972-292-6001or at 4300 Community Avenue, McKinney, Texas
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