Mission Bail Bonds

The City of Mission Presiding Judge is Jonathan Wehrmeister. Judge Wehrmeister sees to it that all Mission Bail Bonds get a speedy hearing and are given the full attention and review they require.

Mission has been one of Hidalgo County’s fastest growing cities. Unfortunately, with this growth comes the additional challenge of increased population and crime. Thus, Mission Bail Bonds opportunities have dramatically increased. Mission not only is home to the amazing Mission Police Department but also two Justice of the Peace magistrates.

Most often after a misdemeanor bail bonds arrest or a felony bail bonds offense the suspect is arraigned the next day. The Mission Municipal Court Judge sets a bail bond that properly accounts for the severity of the crime. After this Mission bail bond is set, the Mission Police Department arranges for transfer to the Hidalgo County Jail. Normally, Mission Police transfers in the afternoon.

Our Edinburg Bail Bonds office and our McAllen Bail Bonds office are available to help our Mission, Palmhurst and Palmview clients. Please remember that it is always best to call us first so we can have all the bail bond information in hand prior to your arrival at our office. Please come prepared with some references, including addresses and phones numbers of friends and loved ones. Many people ask us why we need this information for a simple bail bond? The reason is that for all the wonderful people we are able to help with a Mission Bail Bond we have the occasional delinquent that will not show up to court. So, to make sure that we make the bail bond process as easy as possible please come ready.You can call our McAllen Bail Bonds Office at 956-682-0007 or Edinburg Bail Bonds at 956-316-2245.

 
Mission Municipal Court
1200 E. 8th St.
Mission, TX 78572
Tel: 956-584-5150

Mission Police Department
1200 E. 8th St.
Mission, TX 78572
Tel: 956-584-5000