FAQ's About Bail

How To Bail Someone Out Of Jail In Las Vegas

Below is a list of questions that are most frequently asked and will guide you through on how to bail someone out of jail and how bail works in Las Vegas or any jail in Nevada.

How To Find An Inmate in Las Vegas

To find someone that has been arrested and now being held in a Las Vegas Detention Center or Holding Facility FREE BAIL BONDS uses inmate search information provided by the State of Nevada for each jail, which expedites the process. We have provided a list of resources with contact information which you can directly go to by clicking on inmate search at the bottom of this page.

How Long Does The Bail Bond Processing Take

From the time that you call and speak with a bail bond agent, the document part should only take about 30 minutes. It helps to have a printer with a scanner or a fax machine to expedite the bonds process.

Usually the first question we hear is, "How soon can an inmate be released from jail?" First things first, the bonds documents need to be delivered and processed which can take up to an hour depending on the jail or holding facility in which case could take up to ten hours or so and as little as an hour.

Will I Have To Show Up At The Jail

The answer is no. The bail bondsman will deliver all paperwork necessary for the bond, so no need for you to have to go anywhere. Just stay calm and let your bail bonds agent handle everything for you. You don't have to make any trips to jail, most jurisdictions allow bail bond agents only inside those facilities. They will contact the authorities for you.

How Much Is Bail In Las Vegas

In Nevada the percent of the bail amount is 15%. Nevada law requires a bail agency to retrieve this amount for the premium. The bail agency will then guarantee full payment of the amount of the bond to the court. This insures the court that the defendant will appear for trial. Requiring guarantee of their appearance is something that you should keep in mind, and also having to provide collateral on the entire bond. Therefore, you should know what collateral property you will be using for the bond. You may pay upfront or arrange financing with us.

What Are The Different Types Of Bail Bonds Offered

  • Cash Bonds: Requires total amount of money posted in cash. The court holds the money until case is final. If the defendant does not meet appointed trial date, this type of bond will forfeit, resulting in an arrest warrant issuance..
  • Citation Release Bonds: Law Enforcement Agents can issue this type of bond informing the charged with appearance date.
  • Own Recognizance Bonds: Administrator and or judge will interview the incarcerated placing restrictions, recommendations regarding release without financial security.
  • Property Bonds: The incarcerated can obtain release from custody posting this specific bond. The court records lien and or note right when securing the bond. If individual fails to appear at trial, the court may institute foreclosure on property.
  • Surety Bonds: A surety bond protects the obligee against losses resulting from the principal's failure to meet the obligation.

What Payments Can I Use For A Bail Bond

Payments are accepted in the form of cash and/or credit card. Free Bail Bonds also offers payment plans. A bail bonds agent can help further assist with financing questions upon more details of the situation. Bail bond service includes same day free bond delivery in the Las Vegas area.

Contact Information

Free Bail Bonds
121 Gass Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 598-3733

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