No, the jail does not accept any money to post bond.
Bonds may be posted downtown at the Metropolitan Courthouse, which is located at: 401 Lomas Blvd. NW. You may go into the Customer Service Lobby...
You may post a District Court bond at District Court between the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Or, you may post the bond at Metro...
Those looking to bond someone out of custody from the Metropolitan Detention Center can visit the court's in-custody bonding window located in the...
This question can be answered at the bonding window or by calling the Metropolitan Detention Center at 505-839-8700.
The Court accepts cash, cashier's checks and money orders.
Yes, or any government issued identification, such as a passport.
Many of our Bonding clerks speak Spanish and English.
Upon the bond being posted, the defendant will be provided a "Notice of Hearing," which will list the next court date, time and location.
Defendants are usually released within four to ten hours.
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