Gerald Madrid Bail Bonds provides appeal bonds in Valencia County and throughout New Mexico. To help you better understand what an appeal bond is and how to obtain one, our bail bond company has put together the following list of frequently asked questions:
What is an appeal bond?
An appeal bond may be required if you want to appeal a criminal court verdict. The purpose of an appeal bond is to limit superfluous appeals by requiring the defendant to ensure finances will still be available to cover the entire judgment amount plus interest and court costs if the appeal fails.
How much does an appeal bond cost?
The cost of an appeal bond depends on several factors, including the court system in which you are pursuing an appeal and the total amount of the bond. A certain percentage of the bond and collateral may be required depending on your financial status. For a specific quote, please contact us.
Do I need collateral to secure an appeal bond?
In some cases, collateral is needed to secure an appeal bond. There are certain circumstances in which collateral may not be necessary. Our bail bond company would be happy to talk with you about what is needed to secure a bond for your appeal.
How long does it take to get an appeal bond?
Once you complete the application, submit necessary documents, secure collateral and pay the premium, we can generally get your appeal bond within hours.
To learn more about appeal bonds in Valencia County or to speak with an experienced bail bondsman, please contact us today. Having served the community since 1984, Gerald Madrid Bail Bonds has the knowledge, experience and resources to help you get the bond you need as quickly as possible—including federal appeal bonds.