Visitation is from 2 p. Haltom City generally does not house its own inmates. Visitation generally occurs daily, from 1: Visitation is generally Monday through Friday, from 5 p. You can call the jail between 8 and 5, Monday through Friday at You can also get inmate information for Mansfield Jail inmates by calling The backup number is Individuals arrested in Fort Worth are often housed in Mansfield Jail.
Contact information for the Mansfield Jail is available below. Mon — Fri 8am — 5pm For all other Inmate information, 7 days a week between the hours of 7 a.
Visitors under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Male Visitation Days — p. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Each visitation day, there will be 12 visitation sessions on a first-come, first-served basis. Each session will last 30 minutes. Inmates are allowed two visits per week. The new week starts each Tuesday. Then turn right on Commerce Dr. Next take a right onto Heritage Parkway and the facility will be on your right.
From Arlington, travel south down Cooper St. Take the exit towards Heritage Parkway and then turn right on Commerce Dr. Exit and turn right on Old Fort Worth Rd. Exit Heritage Parkway and turn right to loop around and go over the bridge. Turn left onto Heritage Parkway and the facility will be just over the bridge on your right. Federal Inmates at Mansfield Jail The Mansfield Jail typically does not release information regarding federal inmates or their charges.
You will need to contact the U. Marshalls or any other agency that is holding the inmate at the Mansfield facility. Detention Officers can provide information on a limited basis.
Arraignments generally take place at 7 a. Visitation generally occurs daily from 1: Pantego Jail How to find out if someone is in custody in the Pantego Jail: Richland Hills does not house its own inmates.
How to find out if someone is in custody with Southlake: Call Southlake Detention at If your loved one is in jail, your first priority will be getting them out. Here are some tips to get you started: What happens when you are booked into a Tarrant County Jail? So you have been arrested, handcuffed, placed in the back of a patrol car, and transported to a local jail.
Now comes the booking process. The booking process refers to the taking of your name, age, address, and arrest. This information is compiled and entered into a computer where it will remain attached a County Identification Number CID.
This number is unique to you and will attach you to all of your Tarrant County cases for the rest of your life. It will be the best reference number for you to locate any of your past or pending cases. Once you arrive at the Tarrant County Jail, you will be asked to identify yourself. Next, you will be questioned, fingerprinted, given an iris scan and photographed for jail records.
Your prints could also be run against a number of databases across the country to check for additional warrants or outstanding cases. When you enter into the jail you will be searched, more thoroughly than in the field, and forced to turn over any personal items.
The level of search will depend upon the severity or type of offense. If suspected of carrying, you may be strip searched for drugs or weapons. Next, depending upon your length of expected confinement, you may be given a set of jail clothes to change into. The following clothing items will be provided to you: Central Magistration In February of , all the arraignments are taking place at the Tarrant County Jail instead of the local city jails. This means if you are charged with a Class B misdemeanor or higher, your bond will be set by a Tarrant County magistrate instead of a city judge.
This means that most inmates get transported from the holding facilities to the downtown location for arraignment. It is important to remember that everything you bring to a jail cell with you can and will be searched.
All the personal items you bring into a correctional facility will be placed in storage. If you bring contraband into a correctional facility, you could be charged with a felony offense. If you have evidence of illegal activity or contraband, like marijuana, prescription drugs, or counterfeit money, then leave those items in your car. Next, jail personnel will complete a medical intake form.
This form will include a basic physical evaluation. If you were arrested under suspicion for DWI then whether you appear intoxicated will be included in this basic evaluation. You will be asked a series of questions about your medical history and physical well-being. Any answers you provide could reveal potentially incriminating facts about yourself.
Because these are basic identifying questions, you are not protected under the 5th Amendment during this process. You will either be booked in first at a city jail facility or you might be processed at a Tarrant County Jail facility. However, after the booking process, you may be transferred to the Mansfield Jail or to one of the other four Tarrant County Jail System Facilities: Where you housed will depend upon your criminal history, the type of charged for which you are booked-in, your age, medical condition, and behavior while in custody.
If you have never been through this process before, or it has been a while, it can be frightening. What you will want to know from the moment you are arrested is that you are going to be taken care of. The attorneys at Varghese Summersett PLLC think of every major moment from the time you are investigated through to the conclusion of your case and all the little moments in between. Should you hire an attorney or bondsman first? Here are some reasons you should hire an attorney before you hire a bondsman if you are charged with a serious criminal offense: The bond may be set too high.
An attorney will be able to determine whether the bond is within the range customary to your location. A bondsman has little incentive to tell you that the bond is set high because a higher bond translates to a higher fee. The bond may not have been set. If you are charged with a criminal offense but bond has not been set, you will want to talk to a criminal defense attorney immediately who can approach a judge on your behalf to get a bond set or to file a writ of habeas corpus for your release.
The sooner an experienced criminal defense attorney is working on your case, the sooner the charges may be reduced or dropped. It is even more important on a felony case to involve a criminal defense attorney early in the process because felony cases must go through the Grand Jury process. A skillful criminal defense attorney can use the grand jury process to your advantage. You may not need a bondsman.
For instance, Tarrant County Pre-Trial Release is a way for qualified prisoners to be released without paying a bond.
Pre-trial release is a personal bond, or promise, to appear. Tarrant County Pre-Trial Release is responsible for gathering and reviewing information about a prisoner to determine whether to release the prisoner from custody. Your loved one may also be eligible for release on mental health bond conditions or a personal recognizance bond.