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If you have been placed in custody and you need a quick way out, you will need to post bail.

Most often the amount required for posting bails is usually ridiculously high.

You do not need to spend the trial period in custody because you cannot afford the bail amount.

If you need to access bail bonds in Las Vegas, we can help you out. You do not need to have experience in how things work, everything will be explained to you.

Although the idea behind bails is to pay money to avoid spending the trial period in jail, a lot goes into the process. Many people know what bail in the general sense means but they have no idea how bail works.


What is Bail?

Bail is the term used to describe the release of a defendant even before the end of the case. Although that is the general term describing bail, it does also always involve the defendant or defendant’s relative paying money to avoid jail.

The money paid is to ensure that the defendant attends the rest of the court sittings for the remainder of the case. In other words, bail is not charged to guilty parties only, but people who are involved in a case even before they are proven guilty or innocent.

Bail can be issued at any stage of the criminal justice process. It can be issued almost immediately to a defendant or even after a sentence has been pronounced.

There are three common outcomes when a person is arrested; the person can be released and then given a written notice to appear before the court. The person can also be released on bail and finally, he or she can be released after a bail hearing.

Unfortunately, some people who are released on bail cannot afford to pay the bail and that is where we come in.


What Should I Know Before Contacting a Bail Agent?

A bail agent also called bail bondsman or bond dealer is an organization that pledges cash or property for a defendant to appear in court.

If you find yourself in a position where you need a bail bond agent, these are some things you should know before contacting one.

1. You should know exactly where the defendant is in custody. You should ask the defendant about the state, city, and the name of the jail before getting in touch with a bail agent.

2. You should also know the defendant’s full name and booking number. Sometimes, you may know nothing about the booking number, that is not a problem since the bail agent can get that for you. However, they will need to know the full name of the defendant so that they can contact the jail.

3. You should also know the bail amount. If you do not know that, the bail agent can get the information once they contact the jail. Hence, you should know the jail and the defendant’s full name. When the bail agent knows the bail amount, he or she can tell you how much you need to post a bond.



How Do I Get a Bail Bond?

You can get a bail bond by getting in touch with a bondman. There are several bond agents in each state. Most of them have established their presence on the internet.

A quick google search will reveal a list of bail bond agents in your area. Once you select one bail bond agent, you can search for reviews on their services to see if they are reputable.

You can also check their ratings from trusted institutions such as Trust Pilot.


There are other ways to post bail without using a bail bond. If you can afford to get funds from family and friends, you can decide to post cash for the full amount at the court. You can also use your property to post bail at the court.



Will I Receive My Money Back When the Case is Over?

It all depends on how the bail was posted.


  1. Surety Bail

This is where you enlist an agent to provide a surety bond for the defendant. With this, you will be required to pay a premium. The bail premium is a fraction of the total bail amount. This bail premium can be just 10% to 15% of the total bail amount. This premium is non-refundable since it becomes the fee that is paid to the bail agent for their services. The services of the bail agent include making sure the defendant shows up at all court appearances.



  1. Cash Bail

This is where you pay the full amount out of pocket to the court. With cash bond, you will receive a refund when you show up for all the scheduled court appearances and meet all the court requirement. If you fail to show up, you will forfeit that money. If the defendant gets arrested during the period that he or she is out on bail, the refund will be forfeited.



  1. Property Bail

A property bond is where you use your property to post bail. Just like cash bail, ones the requirements of the court are fulfilled, the property will be released. If not, it will be seized.




Can I Get a Discount On the Premiums?

The rate you pay as premium depends on the regulations in your state. Some states require that the premium should be as low as 8% while others require higher. Companies cannot discount their rates since they risk losing their license when they do that. Some companies may deceive clients promising them that the rate can be discounted but it is not true.


Can a Defendant Leave the Country While They Are Out on Bond?

If the court instructs you not to leave the country, you cannot do so. If you do, you will be arrested. If you have not been restricted, you will need to ask for permission from the bond office.

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