Collin County

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Collin County Criminal Defense Attorneys

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Collin County has over 1,000,000 residents, making it the sixth most populous county in Texas. Although many people live here, Collin County has a lower crime rate than the average county in the United States, ranking in the 82nd percentile for safety. Still, allegations of offenses arise, and the District Attorney’s Office prosecutes individuals charged with theft, drug crimes, burglary, and assault.

At the Law Offices of David Sloane, our Collin County criminal defense attorneys have defended hundreds of people accused of committing criminal offenses. We have the experience necessary to analyze a case and determine an effective defense strategy to pursue solutions aligned with our clients’ goals.

If you have been charged with a crime in Collin County, our talented and skilled Collin County criminal defense lawyers are ready to help you. Schedule a free consultation by calling us at (817) 349-7118 or contacting us online today.

Collin County Communities

Collin County is comprised of 21 incorporated cities, towns, and municipalities. 

These include:

  • Allen
  • Anna
  • Blue Ridge
  • Celina
  • Farmersville
  • Lavon
  • Lowry Crossing
  • Lucas
  • McKinney (the Collin County seat)
  • Melissa
  • Murphy
  • Nevada
  • Parker
  • Princeton
  • Weston
  • Fairview
  • Hebron
  • New Hope
  • St. Paul
  • Seis Lagos
  • Westminster

Our criminal defense attorneys in Collin County have defended individuals from every community listed above against prosecution.

Collin County District Attorney’s Office

The Collin County District Attorney’s Office is committed to pursuing justice and protecting the community. Since 2011, Greg Willis has served as the Collin County District Attorney.

Click here to learn more about the Collin County District Attorney’s Office.

Contact information:

Russell A. Steindam Courts Building

2100 Bloomdale Road, Suite 100

McKinney, TX 75071

Phone: (972) 548-4323

Collin County Courts

Depending on the facts, criminal cases are heard in either a District Court or County Court at Law, located at the Collin County Courthouse in McKinney, TX. Because of the efficiency of the court administration, criminal cases move much faster in Collin County when compared to other counties in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. 

Collin County Courthouse Information

Russell A. Steindam Courts Building

2100 Bloomdale Road

McKinney, TX 75071

Phone: (972) 548-4100

The local judges are well-respected and well-versed in Texas laws and legal procedures. Their courtrooms are proficient and well-structured.

Collin County has 13 felony and 7 misdemeanor courts, which include:

  • 199th District Court - Judge Angela Tucker
  • 219th District Court - Judge Jennifer Edgeworth
  • 296th District Court - Judge John Roach, Jr.
  • 366th District Court - Judge Tom Nowak
  • 380th District Court - Judge Benjamin N. Smith
  • 401st District Court - Judge George B. Flint
  • 416th District Court - Judge Andrea Thompson
  • 417th District Court - Judge Cynthia Wheless
  • 429th District Court - Judge Jill Renfro Willis
  • 468th District Court - Judge Lindsey Wynne
  • 469th District Court - Judge Piper McCraw
  • 470th District Court - Judge Emily Miskel
  • 471st District Court - Judge Andrea K. Bouressa
  • County Court at Law 1 - Judge Corinne Mason
  • County Court at Law 2 - Judge Barnett Walker
  • County Court at Law 3 - Judge Lance S. Baxter
  • County Court at Law 4 - Judge David Rippel
  • County Court at Law 5 - Judge Dan Wilson
  • County Court at Law 6 - Judge Jay A. Bender
  • County Court at Law 7 - Judge David Waddill

Click here to learn more about the Collin County Courts and Courthouse.

Our Collin County criminal defense attorneys are familiar with all courts in the area. We have professional relationships and favorable reputations with the sitting judges.  

Texas Second Court of Appeals

In cases where the defendant believes that a legal error affected the outcome, the individual can appeal the decision. These matters are brought before the Second Court of Appeals, located at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Tarrant County. 

The Second Court of Appeals serves the following counties:

  • Archer
  • Clay
  • Cooke
  • Denton
  • Hood
  • Jack
  • Montague
  • Parker
  • Tarrant
  • Wichita
  • Wise
  • Young

Contact information for the Second Court of Appeals:

Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center

401 W. Belknap, Suite 9000

Fort Worth, TX 76196

Phone: (817) 884-1900

Click here to visit the Second Court of Appeals website.

Collin County Clerk & District Clerk

The Collin County Clerk is Stacey Kemp, and the District Clerk is Lynn Finley. The Clerks’ Offices manage misdemeanor and felony cases going through their respective courts. They retain all pleadings, paperwork, and other materials for the cases. 

If a person needs to search or request criminal records, make a payment, or conduct any other business that passes through the District Courts or County Courts at Law, they would go through the Clerk’s Office.

Click here to visit the Collin County Clerk website and here to visit the Collin County District Clerk website

Clerk’s Office contact information:

Russell A. Steindam Courts Building

2100 Bloomdale Road

McKinney, TX 75071

County Clerk Phone: (972) 548-6420

District Clerk Phone: (972) 548-4320

Collin County Law Enforcement Agencies

The Sheriff’s Office and various police departments protect the people of Collin County.

Sheriff’s Office

The Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing professional service to the communities of Collin County. Every deputy is highly trained and equipped to enforce local and state laws. Jim Skinner took office as Sheriff in 2017.

Sheriff’s Office contact information:

Jim Skinner

4300 Community Ave.

McKinney, TX 75071

Phone: (972) 547-5100

Learn more by clicking here.

Police Departments

Collin County has 23 police departments located in 21 of its communities. Officers in each enforce local and state laws and apprehend those alleged to have committed crimes. 

The McKinney Police Department serves McKinney, TX, one of Collin County’s largest communities. Individuals can access the McKinney PD website to report crimes, access police reports, and more.

Collin County Constable

The four Collin County Constables (one for each precinct) are responsible for fulfilling tasks related to court actions. They act as process servers and serve as bailiffs. They also handle warrants, criminal citations, and other court orders.

Click here to learn more about the Collin County Constables.

Contact the Law Offices of David Sloane for Defense in Collin County

Whether you have been accused of a misdemeanor or felony, you need an attorney on your side familiar with the various law enforcement and court processes associated with your case. Our team can deliver the dedicated and knowledgeable guidance you need. 

Learn more about how we can help navigate your case by calling (817) 349-7118 or submitting an online contact form today.

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