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Las Vegas Bail Bonds Now may be your most reliable and fastest way to get you or a loved one out of jail. Your bail will most likely be set within the first 48 hours if you are held in custody as a result of your arrest. To get you the quickest release, you should contact Las Vegas Bail Bonds Now immediately. Here at Las Vegas Bail Bonds Now we charge a small fee then we post the rest of the bail on your behalf. Once our professional bondsman secures your bail, you are then able to prepare for your trial while you are comfortable at home. The definition of a bail bondsman is as follows: a professionally trained bondman or bonding agent. They are also licensed by the state in which they practice usually by the Department of Insurance.
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What really matters is getting out of jail and continuing on with life. At the end of the day, what is most important is that you are available to continue on with your daily routine such as going to work and being with your family. That is why it is important to us and the greatest advantage you will have by hiring our Las Vegas bail bondsman to pay the fraction of the bail and get you on your way. You will be able to meet with your attorney's and get prepared for your case in the comfort of your own home while awaiting your trial.
Not only by using our bail bonds company to insure you get out of jail in a quick and timely matter, but also for a small percentage of the actual bail.
Using our bail bond services allows you to get out of jail quickly and at a fraction of the cost. Along with having your freedom,this can help you avoid losing your job. We will provide you the opportunity to start working on your case. If necessary, you will be able to locate witnesses and obtain evidence with your attorney in an effort to build a strong defense which is much easier to do being out of jail rather than in jail. While awaiting your bail hearing, your family can contact one of our bail bondsman here in Las Vegas to get the information required to obtain your bond. At that time,the bondsman will evaluate your assets and equity including your home, vehicle and other property to be considered as collateral. Our Las Vegas bail bondsman can be ready to have you released within just a few hours. When it comes to convenience, our bondsman are the ones to call.
General bail bond information:
If you are referring to Bail or Bond, in this case, the two items are the same thing. It is an amount of money requested by the courts in the form of cash, property or even a surety bond. This is to make sure that the person that is being held in jail will be sure to attend all of the court scheduled hearing and abide by all of the courts issued items until the case is either dismissed or resolved. A bond allows the person that has been detained to be released from jail until the case is completed. You may be asking, "who can bail a person out of jail?" In the state of Nevada, anyone over the age of 18 can legally bail someone out of jail. The person that has been arrested can also bail themselves out through several different ways. Las Vegas Bail Bonds will counsel the arrested inmate on which ways there are available and which one would work best for the detained individual.
There is always the question of "will I get my money back if I bond someone out of jail?" This process can take months so know that if you cannot afford to wait months for some or all of your money to be returned, then you should not post the bond. If you post a cash bond, you will either be returned all of your funds, or just a percentage of your funds as the court can use the bond money for specific fees and charges they have against the inmate. Court cases can be extended for many purposes and therefore drag out for months even years. With that being said, you will not be entitled to your refund until the court case is completed.
A property bond is when you own a valuable property that has equity in it so that the bail bond company can get full release and basically take that property instead of cash. The bail bonds company then owns the right to that property for whatever decided value and will not release that value of the property until the case is resolved. Again, if the property is used as a property bond, the entire value may not be returned if there are additional court fees and charges. Those fees will be taken out of that property value.
Cash bonds are the most used bonds in the bail bonds business. A cash bond is just that, the cash needed to secure the full amount of the bond requested by the court. There are fees involved in doing a cash bond and those fees can fluctuate from time to time. The typical charge for doing a cash bond is a small percentage of the entire bail requested again by the court.
Another key factor that you need to know if you are posting any kind of bail bond for a person in jail is that you need to tell the jail clerk or person in charge of the jail your name and address. This is so that your funds or property will never be dispersed to someone else, or the person in jail. An FTA (failure to appear) is a fine that a court will assess if the person with the warrant for their arrest does not go to there court appearance. Once the defendant does not attend their court appearance, an FTA will be issued and also a warrant for their arrest.
Again, posting bail for another person is a serious decision that you really need to think all the way through. The only way you can get your money back for sure once you've posted bail and you've changed your mind is to have the person that the bail was posted for turn themselves into the authority and stay in custody until their court case is completed. That is not always an easy thing to do once you have posted bail the the defendant is out of jail.
Feel free to contact us with any additional questions so that we can best help you in your time of need.