What Are You Looking For?

Ever wonder how to get a hold of the information about your loved one in Jail? Well here at Quick Bail Bonds by Mario Vallejos we make the process much faster by providing answers to questions that you might have. Most of the information that you need to find your loved one can be found through public records gathered together on the internet. This would include court dates, and misc. information that would make the search shorter and less stressful. Look below for information that we think is the best to help you.

If you need to find out if there’s an arrest or bench warrant:

  • If you have a Arrest warrant, contact us first during court hours so we can provide the most accurate information
  • Have the full name and birth date of the person for whom you are seeking warrant information
  • Know what New Mexico court system database you need to look in
  • Use the online “Lookup” databases

If you need to find out what jail your loved one is in:

  • Know someone in Jail? Call us anytime 24 hours a day we can help.
  • Have the full name and birth date of the person for whom you are seeking jail location information
  • Use the Victim Information and Notification Everyday Web site to find your loved one

If you need to find out a court date:

  • If you need Court Date information, contact us first during court hours so we can provide the most accurate information
  • Have the full name and birth date of the person for whom you are seeking warrant information (you can use this instead of a court case number)
  • Know what New Mexico court system database you need to look in
  • Use the online “Lookup” databases

Bail Bond FAQs

Every case is different, so the questions people have are based on the cases that they are involved in. The bail bond questions that we get most often are: “I missed my court date, what do I do?” or “I think I might have a warrant out.  How do I check?” These questions come from families or friends who want to help ther loved ones get out of jail fast.

Here is what you might expect:

The length of time between when you suspect or find out that a loved one has been arrested and when they will be released depends on where they were arrested. If arrested in Valencia County, it usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour, but we can speed up the release process to 15 minutes in some cases because of our long standing personal and professional relationship with the courts. If arrested in Albuquerque, it usually takes 6-8 hours to complete the release after the bail bonds process is finished. The sooner you contact Quick Bail Bonds by Mario Vallejos the sooner the process can begin. If arrested in Sandoval County, the process takes 1-2 hours to complete the release after bail bonds process is finished. We will give you as much information as we can so that you know what’s happening and what to expect.

The amount you will need for a bail bond will depend on the total bail amount set by the court. We may be able to estimate the amount of the Bail once we know what the charges are. We have a long standing business and personal relationship with the court so we can get you as much info before your loved one has been booked and the bail set.

If you have questions about the getting your loved one out of jail, the best thing to do is contact Quick Bail Bonds by Mario Vallejos, Our Bail Bondsman are available 24/7 365 days a year to walk you through the bail bond process. Call us at 505-610-BAIL(2245)!

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