Apache County Bail Bonds


(928) 779-1999

(602) 258-4488



#1 in Apache County Bail BondsWe have provided dependable Apache County bail bonds service to the Apache County Jail for nearly two decades. We know how to get your friend or family member out of jail quickly and cost effectively.  We know the courts, the jails and the attorneys who practice in Apache County and we will help you cut through the red tape of the system.  

Maricopa County Bail Bonds works hard at giving you the facts and information you need to make the right decisions about posting bail.  Our information is free, we believe it is easier to work with a client that is knowledgeable about the system than one that is kept in the dark.  We can provide you with resources and direct you to people that can help.

When helping clients post Apache County bail bonds in St Johns, we take the time to provide them with an intimate understanding of the Apache County bail bond process.  Our company will not confuse you, and make things seem more complicated than they already are.

We provide you with an honest assessment of your bond situation and work to gain your satisfaction and trust.  All of our bail bondsmen realize that over 90% of our clients do not understand the full scope of the bail bond process.  We prefer to educate our clients so that they have a thorough understanding of the risks associated with buying a Apache County bail bond.  Our willingness to walk our clients through the process step by step is why they continue to exclusively use us for all their bail bond needs.  Our Apache County bail bondsmen continually strive toward establishing strong community ties and relationships with our clients.

Our Apache County service provides bail bond assistance to clients who have special needs.

Specialized Services To Apache County

Apache County Jail – St Johns, AZ

  • St Johns Jail, Inmate roster, inmate handbook, visitation, email service
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Apache County Bail Bonds


Most of our Apache County bail bond transactions can be handled over the phone with paperwork being sent via email, fax, or in some cases text. Payments can be made via credit card, debit card, wired funds, Zelle, or direct bank deposit (Chase,Wells Fargo, BOA, or National Bank of Arizona).  We try to simplify the process as much as possible, we know your main objective is to get your friend or family member out of jail.  We don’t like to bog you down with paperwork.  We believe the simplest way of dealing with a bond is with the entire bail amount and fee being paid with cash or credit cards.  Using personal property for bonds under $10,000 is a slow cumbersome process and requires more paperwork and time; cash, credit card, or bank deposit is the preferred method.  Bonds that are $10,000 or greater can be secured with qualified real estate (homes), or with cash/credit cards.

Call Maricopa County Bail Bonds for fast service: (928) 779-1999

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Large Bail Bonds in Excess of $10,000

Our Apache County bail bond agents have posted some of the largest bail bonds in the state. Typically a bondsman considers any bond that is equal to, or greater than, $10,000 to be a large bond.  When dealing with large bonds of this size, families are required to come up with large sums of money and collateral to cover a bail bond out of Apache County. More times than not, this will require a coordinated effort of multiple parties in order to have the proper collateral for the bond.  Our in depth of knowledge in real estate and other forms of acceptable collateral is what allows us to close transactions faster than our competition. Our Apache County bail bonds agents are experts in expediting the process to secure release of your loved one from jail. No matter how dire the situation may appear at first, we will work relentlessly to exceed your expectations and navigate any difficult situation that may arise. Learn more about Large Bail Bonds.

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Cash Bail Bonds

Sometimes the court may issue a bail amount that can only be paid in cash.  This means that the entire bail amount must be delivered in cash in order to secure the release of the inmate.  Cash bonds are different than the Surety bonds that most bail bond companies are used to dealing with. Most Apache County bail bond companies cannot, or will not, post a cash only bond because they must use their cash to post it. Our company has posted cash bonds for many years at the Apache County jail; we can either post our cash, or yours by acting as your agent. 

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Nationwide Bail Bonds Service

Having a loved one incarcerated in a Apache County Jail is difficult enough for someone living in Arizona let alone in another part of the United States. Our bail bond agents are well equipped to process the necessary paperwork to secure a speedy release of your loved one no matter where you are in the country. We can provide you with the same reliable service that our clients in state receive.

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Credit Card Bail Bonds

Credit card transactions are one of the quickest and easiest ways to secure an Apache County bail bond. Often credit card payment are the only way for people to secure a bond in a timely fashion. For clients not close to the jail, or ones that are out of state this is one of the fastest methods available. The simplest means of posting a bond is by using a credit card, and this is the best way to get one secured after hours.  Once the criminal court proceedings are finished, the bond will be exonerated by the court and the bond will be returned to the client (premiums and any fees are non-refundable).  Credit card processing fees will also apply.  Learn More about Credit Card bail bonds.

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Direct Bank Deposits for your Bond

One of the fastest and surest way to purchase a bail bond is through a cash deposit into one of our Apache County bail bond accounts.  Cash funds may be deposited directly into one of our bank accounts. If you bank at one of the banks below, you can also do a direct transfer from your account into ours.  In most cases the confirmation of a deposit into our bank account will be instantaneous, although in some cases other states may not clear the transaction for up to 24 hours. Transaction processing times of large cash deposits require confirmation with the financial institution prior to making a deposit. We have the ability to accept deposits to one of the following major banks.

  • Bank of America
  • Chase
  • Wells Fargo
  • National Bank of Arizona

Although these financial institutions are major, worldwide banks, they may not be available in your area.  If none of these are available to you, or if the time it will take for the transaction to clear is not fast enough, you may wire the funds directly from your bank or credit union to ours.  Additional fees may apply, please see the information below pertaining to this type of transaction. Wired funds can take a few hours to process, and depending on the time it was initiated, it can sometimes not get final clearance until the next business day.

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Bank Wire Bail Bonds

Wiring funds from one financial institution to another is not a hard process to go through, and can be done from any bank or credit union.  This type of transaction is the preferred method in instances where none of the banks that we use are available in your area for direct cash deposit.  In order to wire funds directly to our Apache County bail bonds agent you will need our routing number for your bank to use.  This method of bond processing can take a few hours before the deposit will show in our account.  Transactions that occur after 2:00 PM Eastern time will not be available until the following BUSINESS DAY. Funds must clear both institutions prior to a bond being processed in Apache County.  Most banks and credit unions will charge a nominal fee for the wire transfer. Please consult with your financial institution on their rules and time frame for clearing the funds.

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Bail Bonds in Other Arizona Counties

Our strong and extensive network of bail bond companies across the state of Arizona allows us the flexibility of processing your paperwork no matter where your loved one is incarcerated.  Not only are we your best choice for bail bonds Apache County, but we have a large affiliate network providing the best bail bond service in Northern Arizona.  

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Apache County Bail Bonds


St Johns bail bonds are posted at the Apache County Jail (also refereed to as the St Johns Jail).  The Apache County Jail is  accessible from I-40 by taking Route 180 east from Holbrook, or Route 191 south from Sanders.  All bail bondsmen must be licensed through the Arizona Department of Insurance in order to post bonds; additionally, each bail bonds agent must be licensed in Apache County in order to post at that jail.  When seeking bail from a bail bond agent, make sure you ask if they are licensed in Apache County.  All of our agents have been continually licensed in Apache County since we began operating.  

Apache County Jail

370 S Washington St
St Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-4321

Apache County Jail Inmate Roster


Apache County Jail Visitation

Apache County Jail is on a Video Visitation system. For a fee, you can visit online from anywhere that has a high-speed internet connection and a camera. You can schedule these visits by going to Securus or you can call Securus at 1-877-578-3658.

The visits will be through the Video Visitation System located in the lobby of the jail. Friends and family can still visit at the jail at no charge and the visitation times will be scheduled through the website or if internet access is unavailable you can call Securus and schedule your onsite visit.

The Video Visitation System allows visitation weekdays and weekends, please visit the Securus website or use the Apache County lobby kiosk for times and appointment availability.

All visitors are required to complete a ‘Visitation Information Sheet’ in addition to making an appointment for a visit on the kiosk. The completed sheet should be left with Sheriff’s Administration personnel Monday through Thursday. Individuals making appointments Friday through Sunday should call the control tower on the intercom outside in order to turn in the form to a detention Officer. The forms are available next to the visitation kiosks in the lobby.  Appointments made without the Visitation Information Sheet being completed will be denied.

Scheduled visitation may be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.  Violating visitation rules can get your visitation suspended and privileges revoked for future visits.

Child Visitation

No more than one child may visit at a time along with an adult. No child under the age of 18 may visit without an adult. The adult must be either parent or guardian. If any other adult accompanies the child, a note notarized by the parent or guardian allowing the adult to accompany the child is required. 

Religious Visits

The Jail Commander shall give prior approval to religious organizations that may wish to participate with the inmates. Religious visits shall not exceed 30 minutes per inmate. Visitation hours shall be at the discretion of the Jail Commander. Religious visits can only be held with ordained clergy, volunteers from local churches or Prison Fellowship, who must provide identification confirming such information. Religious contact visits must be requested in writing by the inmate, and shall be approved by the Jail Commander in advance of the visit.

Attorney and Official Visits

These visits shall be allowed with any inmate at any reasonable time during daytime and evening hours. They may be delayed if Detention staff is busy preparing inmates for court, serving meals or during lock down, or any other unforeseen emergency. Special visits Special visits must be requested by the inmate in writing. Special visits can only be approved by the Jail Commander. Dates and times for special visits will be determined by detention staff after approval of the Jail Commander.

Inmate Mail

All incoming inmate mail must have the inmate’s name and address on it.

  • “Inmate’s name”
    Apache County Sheriff’s Office
    PO Box 518
    St. Johns, AZ 85936
  • To ensure safety and security of the jail, all incoming mail will be opened and inspected for
  • Privileged mail will be opened and inspected for contraband in the presence of the inmate.
  • Privileged mail is attorney of record, the Courts, Legal-Aid services and Adult Probation.


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