Are you arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Being arrested is a very stressful time for anyone, it’s an unexpected event. You as the family member or friend, are probably equally stressed and have the responsibility to help secure a bond to release your relative or friend from custody in Nevada.

At 24/7 Bail Bonds, we understand all that and more. That is why we created a small FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) to help you understand what the procedures and policies are. Give us a call at 702-660-1155 and our friendly agents will guide you through it.

Definition of bail

Bail is surety that a person is going to report to court when the date is prescribed. A bail is a kind of surety bond utilized to obtain the release from detention of an individual accused of a criminal offense. Through this agreement, the principal is the arrested, the obligee is the government, and the guarantor is the bondsman.

Who can be a co-signer?

A cosigner is a person who takes responsibility for a person who is going to be bailed out of jail in Las Vegas. A co-signer needs to be over the age of 18, with good credit and a job. There should be two co-signers for each bail.

How much do I need to bail someone out of jail?

The amount that the person needs to bail someone out of jail is 15% of the bail. For example, if a person has a bail of $1000, then the ten percent is $150.

What happens when I do not have the full fifteen percent of the bail?

We will work together with you in order for your loved one to be bailed out of jail. If it takes one hour or one day, we will be able to help you out. We are dedicated bail bonds professionals here in Las Vegas.

What paperwork do I need to bail someone out of jail?

You should bring in two forms of photo identification and address verification. Address verification can be an electric bill or other household bill. You should also bring in a social security card.

What information do I need for the person being bailed out of jail?

You will need the following information:

  • Amount of time in Jail
  • Jail Location
  • Bail Amount
  • County
  • Defendant’s Name
  • Date of Birth of co-signers and defendant
  • Social Security Numbers of co-signers and defendant
  • Any information concerning previous arrests
  • Jail ID number, if applicable
  • Charges against defendant
  • Domestic or Assault charges made against defendant
  • Defendant Current Living Address
  • Amount of time at current living address
  • Own/rent information for the defendant and co-signers
  • Who do the co-signers and defendant live with?
  • Place of birth of co-signers and defendant
  • If the co-signers and defendant are not US citizens, information and identification concerning the citizenship of individuals
  • Lawyer information, if applicable
  • Place of birth of mother and father of defendant
  • Does defendant have children
  • Previous parole and probation
  • Name of probation officer
  • Does defendant have open charges in other states
  • Occupation of co-signers and defendant
  • Co-signers’ credit history
  • What if I have an out-of-state bail?

If you are somebody with a loved one in jail and is out-of-state, then that is no problem. We will continue to work with you in order to get that person out of jail, regardless if it is in Las Vegas, Nevada, or elsewhere.

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What happens when someone does not report to court?

It is important for the defendant to report to court because if not, then they will have a Failure to Appear. This will constitute as another warrant for the person’s arrest, and no one would want this on their records. It is important for the co-signers to ensure that the person is going to appear in court because the co-signers are confirming that the person is going to appear in court.

In what form do I pay the Bail Bondsman?

You can pay the Bail Bondsman cash or credit card (Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express).

If I put cash collateral, will I be able to receive that money back?

Yes, if a person puts cash collateral, for example as $500.00, then the person will receive that money when the defendant reports to the court on the prescribed date.

We are here to help & support those who have been detained in Las Vegas get back to their families and lives until their chance for fairness in a court of law.

Premier Bail Bondsmen in Las Vegas

At 24/7 Bail Bonds, we implement a service with actual results while dealing with a not-so-positive position. Our customers stick to the law & fulfill their commitment to the court until their bail is excused.

Our goal is a connection of mutual respect & deliberate exchange, and at 24/7 Bail Bonds Las Vegas, we will consistently be professional, courteous & accessible to you 24×7.