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MANSFIELD JAIL LINKS
Here are some important links to help you out when looking for information on Mansfield Jail and Tarrant Jail. The Mansfield jail link provides information on who is currently incarcerated in Mansfield Jail. If they are transferred to Tarrant County Jail, in downtown Fort Worth, then the Tarrant County Jail confinement website will provide useful information on inmate searches, visitation and communication, and bond information.
MANSFIELD CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER & DWI ATTORNEY
Whether it’s to help secure a bond, reducing a current bond, or to start fighting the charge, our firm offers experienced Mansfield criminal defense lawyers and DWI defense attorneys. Attorney Bryan Hoeller is a former prosecutor in Tarrant County and Dallas County. He has tried over 100 criminal cases, from DWI to sex crimes to violent crimes, including Aggravated Robbery and Capital Murder. He is dedicated to getting the best results for his clients. Call today and we will start working on the best defense for you 817-334-7900.
Hoeller McLaughlin PLLC is excited to announce that we will be moving into a new Fort Worth office on October 1, 2021. Our new office will be located on the first floor of Mallick Tower, 101 Summit Avenue, Suite 101, Fort Worth, Texas 76104. Our Colleyville location remains the same – 6513 Colleyville Blvd, Suite...
Charged with a DWI offense? Let us help you fight your DWI charge! DWI penalties in Texas can be harsh, and the fines devastating. Prosecutors are extensively trained to handle DWI charges and they are often times very difficult to get dismissed or reduced because of the amount of time and energy spent prosecuting DWI...
Have you been arrested for theft or robbery in Fort Worth? If so, you’re not alone. In 2019, nearly 500,000 people in Texas were arrested for larceny-theft, making it one of the most common criminal offenses in the state, and nearly 30,000 were arrested for robbery. So what do you do if you’ve been arrested...