San Antonio Bail Bonds

NEW MEXICO > SAN ANTONIO

Looking for San Antonio Bail Bonds? Our network makes it simple to find and contact a licensed bail bond company in San Antonio, New Mexico. Most San Antonio NM bail bonds agents can bail you (or another person) out anytime of the day or night in San Antonio NM. At your request, many bail bonds agents will come pick you up privately. Payment plans are usually available depending on each case.

Upon arrest anywhere in Socorro county, a person must be processed at the Socorro county jail. To be released from Socorro jail, several steps must occur, including being “booked in” and posting bail. Once the bail amount is confirmed, a bail bonds agent arrives to post the bond at the local jail. Now the jail release procedure begins and typically takes anywhere from 1 to 2 hours to complete. While cash bonds are permitted, it is usually not commonly done due to financial limitations.

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Bail Bonds in San Antonio NM


Priority I Bail Bonds
507 Highway 85, Socorro, NM
6.36 miles away
Phone: (505)835-3210


Madrid Bail Bonds
3 Valley Loop Road, Polvadera, NM
16.25 miles away
Phone: (505)835-3359



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