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Garland, TX bail bond agentThere are many different ways that a person can come in contact with police officers, and if an officer believes that the person has violated the law, they may perform an arrest and take the person into custody. Fortunately, those who have been arrested are usually able to get released quickly by posting bail. The amount of bail that a person will be required to pay will depend on the severity of their offense, their past history of arrests or convictions, and whether they may attempt to flee the area to avoid criminal prosecution. 

In the city of Dallas and the surrounding areas, including Fort Worth, Collin County, and Denton County, the most common offenses that result in arrests include:

  • Assault - These charges may involve accusations of family violence or committed injuries or threats against someone else. Assault may be charged as a misdemeanor, although felony charges may apply if the person allegedly injured someone.

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Usually, New Year’s Eve is a holiday that involves having parties with friends or family members, either at someone’s home or at a public location such as a restaurant, bar, or nightclub. Things may be somewhat different this year since the risks of COVID-19 infections will likely lead to fewer people meeting with others or attending public gatherings. However, the holiday is still likely to be a busy one, and police officers will be on the lookout for potential criminal activity. As you ring in the new year, you will want to be aware of the criminal offenses that are likely to lead to an arrest. You will also want to understand how you can post bail and secure a release for yourself or a friend or family member if you are arrested.

Some of the most common reasons for arrests over New Year’s include:

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