My Loved One Has Been Arrested in San Antonio – What Should I Do?

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San Antonio’s vibrant nightlife and local events are rife with entertainment. Unfortunately, when the fun turns into a night in the county jail, you may be called on by a loved one to assist them in navigating the consequences that come with over indulgences. At McRae Bail Bonds, we know how much you want to help your loved one if they are arrested in San Antonio. That’s why we provide you with information that will help you to do so.

Most of the time, you won’t have to hire an attorney for your loved one’s fast jail release. Once a Bexar County magistrate sets your loved one’s bond, you can take the next step in the bail bonding process. However, more serious criminal offenses may require hiring an attorney. To determine how serious the charge is, speak with one of our McRae Bail Bonds agents immediately.

If you’re not certain that loved one is in jail or has been arrested in Bexar County, follow these steps to find out:

  1. Visit the Bexar County Central Magistrate Search webpage by clicking the link. The most up-to-date jail activity information will be listed on the Bexar County Jail Activity Report webpage.
  2. Enter your loved one’s full name in the search bar. The search result will include the name, age and race of the defendant, as well as his or her intake number.
  3. If you’d rather make a phone call to get the information, call the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office at (210) 335-6300.

Bailing your loved one out of jail in San Antonio doesn’t have to be a traumatic process. At McRae Bail Bonds, we understand that you want to get your family member or friend out of jail fast. Give us a call at (210) 463-5561 to learn how. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help get your loved one out of jail and back to freedom.