If you’ve been asked to cosign for someone’s bail bonds at Vegas Bail , there are a couple of things you’ll want to consider. When you sign the bail bonds contract, you’ll be agreeing to take on two legal responsibilities. One, you’re taking responsibility for payment of the bail bonds fee. Second, you’re taking full responsibility that the defendant will go to court and finish their case.
If the defendant is someone you just met, barely know or haven’t talked to in years, do not cosign for their bail bonds, even if they say there is no one else that can help. If they’ve burned all the bridges with people who know them well, this is a very big red flag. If the people who are closest to them don’t want to take on the responsibilities of cosigning for bail bonds, you shouldn’t want to do this either.
If the defendant isn’t stable, they’re unemployed, couch surfing and/or just moved to the area, don’t cosign for their bail bonds. If they’re not working, don’t have their own place and don’t have ties to the area, there is a much higher chance they can pack up and leave without handling their legal responsibilities, which means you’d be liable to pay their full bail amount to the court.
For more information on when you should, or shouldn’t cosign for bail bonds at Vegas Bail call; 702-228-2245
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If you’ve learned that your roommate has been arrested and booked into one of the Clark County jails it’s natural to want to help.
Sometimes, the person in custody will call you, or they’ll have a Las Vegas Bail Bonds company contact you to see if you cosign for their bail bond. The first thing you should know is that when you cosign for bail bonds in Las Vegas you’re taking full legal responsibility that your roommate will go to court as often as needed to finish their case. If they skip bail (and/or skip town), you could find yourself on the hook to pay their full initial bail amount as a penalty.
The bottom line is this: if you’ve known your roommate for a very long time and you feel they are responsible and reliable, then yes, you’ll want to help cosign for their bail bonds. If this is someone you just met or don’t know very well, you’ll want to have them contact a close friend or family member. If you would like to get someone out of Jail, Call VEGAS BAIL at 702-228-2245
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If you’re like most people, you’ve never been in a situation where you’ve needed to hire a bondsman, and because of this, it’s normal to have lots of questions about how bail works and how much you can expect to pay for a Las Vegas bail bonds.
The first thing you’ll want to keep in mind is that the rates Nevada bail bonds companies charge are set per the Nevada Department of Insurance, which is 15%. If the defendant’s bail has been set at $5,000, you’ll need to pay $750 to ANY Las Vegas bail bondsman to help get this person released from jail.
If the bondsman tries to tack on additional fees, like a credit check fee, an application fee, or an “expedited bail bonds” fee, you’ll want to hang up and call someone else.
A reputable bondsman does not try to charge their clients for “extras.”
For more information about how Las Vegas Bail works call our office today at;
702-228-2245 to speak with a licensed Las Vegas bondsman in your area.
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CAN AN ADULT TEENAGER POST THEIR OWN BAIL AT VEGAS BAIL ?
My sister was arrested a few hours ago on a felony domestic violence charge and was booked into the CCDC Jail in Las Vegas. She’s 19 years old (I’m only 17) and our parents are traveling outside of the country. Her bail is $5,000. I don’t have any money and she’s a college student, so she doesn’t have much cash either. Is it possible for her to post her own bail bonds and set up some sort of payment plan?
Unfortunately, the Las Vegas bondsman will want a more established signer who will be able to guarantee that one, your sister will go to court and finish her case, and two, that the bail bonds fee will be paid. The fee for the bail bond will be $750.00 (which is 15%) and the bondsman will require a down payment. As a rule of thumb, a defendant who wants to self-bail (aka, post their own bail bonds) will need to have established, good credit and/or own a home or be a reputable signer. For more information on Vegas Bail bonds call us now at; 702-228-2245
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I’ve never needed to do this before. My wife and I just found out our son was arrested and we obviously want to get him out of jail as soon as possible. What information do I need before I call Vegas Bail? Do I need to drive to the jail to find out what my son’s charges are, and how much the bail is?
When you work with an experienced bondsman in Nevada all you’ll need to provide is your son’s full name, date of birth and the county they were arrested in. The bondsman can look up the rest of the information for you, at no charge, in a matter of minutes. An experienced bondsman from Vegas Bail will have years of experience under their belt and they will know how to navigate the system quickly and easily. In most cases, it will be easier for the bondsman to obtain information about your son’s case than it would be for you. If you have questions about how to get your son out of jail, we can help. Call us now at 702-228-2245 to speak with a licensed Nevada bail bondsman in your area.
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Our friend was arrested last night and we want to get him out of jail, but someone told us that bail bonds companies don’t work on weekends. Is that true? Will he be stuck in jail until Monday morning?
Whoever told you that is wrong. Bail bonds can be posted 24-hours a day, 365-day a year, weekends and holidays included. In most cases the defendant’s bail bonds can be posted once they are fully booked into the system (this generally takes between 4 and 6 hours.) However, some Nevada jails require certain defendants (such as those who have been charged with domestic battery) see a magistrate judge before they can bond out. Other jails won’t accept bail bonds between midnight and 5 a.m., while others still might not allow defendants to be released at night if they don’t have a set ride home. The best thing to do in this case is to contact a local bail bondsman to find out what the local rules are. For more information on posting bail bonds on weekends call our office now at 702-228-2245
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If you’ve been asked to help get someone out of jail there are two key bail bonds terms you should be aware of.
The indemnitor on a bail bonds contract is also known as the bail bonds cosigner. By signing the bail bonds paperwork, they are agreeing to take on two legal responsibilities. One, the defendant will go to court as often as they need to in order to finish their case. Second, they are agreeing to make sure the bail bondsman’s fee is paid in full. Should the defendant skip bail (and skip town) and the bondsman (and cosigners) cannot get them back into the system in a set period of time, the indemnitor will be responsible to pay the defendant’s full initial bail amount to the court as a penalty. If the person who is supposed to be making the bail bonds payments falls behind, the responsibility to pay will fall to the indemnitor.
The bail bonds premium is the fee that is owed to the bondsman for their services. This fee is considered to be earned in full at the time the defendant is released from jail. It’s not something that will be refunded, in part, or in full, no matter what happens with the defendant’s case. Premium for a Bond in Las Vegas is 15% of the amount of the Bond.
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Our aunt was arrested a few hours ago and the bondsman just told us that even though her bail bonds have been posted, it’s going to take another 4 to 8 hours for the jail to release her. What gives? Is the bondsman lying because they haven’t done their job yet? This doesn’t make sense.
The bondsman is being truthful. When bail bonds are posted, many clients think the jailers are able to press some buzzer and that their loved one will be able to walk from the holding cell into the lobby right away. That’s simply not the case. Just like there is a paperwork process that needs to happen when someone is booked into the system, there is another internal process that their release paperwork needs to go through before the defendant can be released. In most cases, 4 to 8 hours is the average amount of time it takes for release paperwork to be processed by the jail. If the jail is slow and there isn’t a lot going on, the defendant might be released sooner. If they are very busy, it may take a bit more time. This is just based on the average time it takes. For all other Bail Bond questions or if you need to Bail someone out of Jail. Call Vegas Bail
If someone you’re close to gets picked up for a crime in the middle of the night, you may end up wanting to get them out of jail as soon as possible. Depending upon where they were arrested, staying in jail may be a very bad idea. There is a process involved in this that you can speed along by contacting a bail bondsman right away. Most of them make this easy to do.
Call the Office
Because of the nature of their work, a Bail Bondsman will generally be available around the clock. The first thing you should do is call their office, no matter what time of day or night it is. If they have an answering service, you’ll simply have your call picked up by them and then that will be forwarded to the bail bondsman. If they do not, you’ll generally be given a number that you can call after hours so that you can get a hold of someone.
If a bail bondsman is not available at all hours of the day or night, you may want to look elsewhere to get bail.
The Internet is a 24-hour place and many bail bond companies have taken advantage of this. Most of them will have contact information on their websites, allowing you to figure out how to get in contact with somebody who can help you out no matter what time of the day or night the person you’re trying to get bailed out got arrested.
Some bail bond companies even allow you to file the paperwork and handle the payment over the Internet. This may allow you to avoid having to go down to the jail house in the middle of the night to sign a bunch of paperwork and to meet with the bail bondsman.
There may be a little bit of back and forth involved with getting someone bailed out of jail. For instance, you may not have all of the information you need to give the bail bondsman when you initially contact them. The bail bondsman will generally let you know how long you should expect to wait and what you should have when you call so that they can process the bail and get the person out of jail as quickly as possible. Remember that the bail bond company is there to help you, so if you have questions, contact them so that you avoid any mishaps or delays.
VEGAS BAIL is a reliable and professional company. If you need a Bail Bonds. Call Vegas Bail.
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VEGAS BAIL is a Las Vegas based bail bond agency. If you are in trouble, or you know someone in trouble, we can help. We can provide professional, courteous, bail bond services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at any jail. Bail bond services can be provided at city police departments, sheriffs departments, and county jails. Bail can also be posted at most courts. VEGAS BAIL is a leading licensed, city wide bail agency providing local bail bondsman Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson.