The New Mexico Bail Bonds Process – How Bail Bonds Work

When a person is charged with an offense, they have the right to await trial from home rather than spending that time in a jail cell. Bail is a type of collateral posted to the jail as a guarantee that the accused party will appear in court: If you post bail, you can be released from jail, and the bail money will be returned to you after your court date.

However, gathering the funds to post a bail bond on your own can be a financial impossibility. This is why bail bondsmen like A Pacheco Bonding are available to help you get your loved ones out of jail.

What is a Bail Bond?

A bail bond is money posted to the jail to allow a person to be released until the trial. This allows the accused to return to his or her normal life and family responsibilities as well as preparing a defense.

If you do not have the money to post bail on your own, a bail bondsman can help by posting bail on your behalf. You will pay a non-refundable portion of the bail money – usually 10%, but we offer down payments as low as 3% with financing – and we cover the rest. This saves your loved one from spending time in jail while you try to pay for this unexpected expense.

How to Bail Someone Out of Jail

If a loved one has been arrested, start by calling A Pacheco Bonding. We will help you every step of the way, beginning with helping you search for the jail where your loved one is being held. We’ll then collect your down payment and arrange financing if available, and handle the process of getting your loved one freed from jail.

We can then answer your questions about the next step of the process, helping you keep track of court dates and looking up other important information free of charge.

If you need a bail bondsman in Sandoval or Bernalillo counties, contact us today. We offer 24/7 service and will be happy to answer your questions!

For 24/7 bail bonds, call 505-242-4000 or 505-867-6670.

Here to help—and here to get you home.