Sunrise Manor, Nevada Bail Bonds
With almost 200,000 people living in Sunrise Manor, NV it’s not surprising that every now and then the police arrests people on suspicion of a crime. So don’t be surprised if you’re called in the middle of the night by a family member who has been arrested by the police. There’s no need to panic either, because you can contact Las Vegas Bail Bonds at 702-899-2775 and we can help you get through this difficult time.
Why Las Vegas Bail Bonds?
First off, we can help you get your family member out of jail as quickly as possible. In general, they don’t have to stay in jail while their case progresses through the court system. They can be released to the family once bail is posted.
All our bail agents are experienced and knowledgeable, and they can guide you in every step of the bail process. The fee is set by the state at 15% of the bail amount, which is non-negotiable. However, we are fully transparent with our fee requirements and we will not tack on additional unwarranted fees.
With our help, it should not take more than an hour to complete the bail application and post the bond so that the defendant can be reunited with their family.
What You Need to Provide
If you’re the family member who wants to get the defendant released, you first need to get all the pertinent data regarding the arrest and the defendant. This means when you call us, you should be ready with the following information:
- The name of the defendant
- Birthday of the defendant
- Address of the defendant
- The jail where the defendant is being held
- The charges against the defendant (such as drug possession, assault, domestic violence, etc.)
- The bail amount required
If you only have the minimum information such as the defendant’s name and birthday, the bail agent can obtain the other needed facts through other means. Our experienced bail agents have already established solid working relationships with the law enforcement agencies and the courts so that we can obtain the necessary information. However, obtaining that missing information will add more time to the whole bail bonds process.
What You Must Know as the Cosigner
The bail bond is a contract signed by the bail agent, the defendant, and the cosigner. If you plan to sign the bail bond agreement, you should be fully aware of what you’re getting yourself into.
Before the defendant is released, they are required to agree to the stipulation listed in the bail bonds agreement. These will include various court orders and rules, but the main stipulations are that the defendant has to remain within the jurisdiction of the court and that they appear on time to all court hearings. Other stipulations may include the defendant should contact the bail agent regularly, and that they don’t get themselves arrested for a new set of crimes while they’re out on bail. The defendant must also inform the court as well as the bail agent if there are changes to their address or their employment.
You have to understand that as the cosigner, you also trust the defendant to actually comply with all these regulations. That’s because if they should fail to appear in court during an appointed time, the defendant won’t just be rearrested and sent back to jail. The bail bond you signed also makes you responsible for the entire amount of the bail bond.
In some cases, the full amount of the bail bond may be set at $10,000 or even more. If you don’t have the money in your bank account to cover such an amount, the bail bond may designate your property as collateral. So if the defendant flees to another state, you may end up losing your home.
As the cosigner, you can decide at any time to inform the bail agent that you wish to revoke the bail bond. This may be a very prudent decision if you find out that the defendant is planning to flee the jurisdiction of the court. The defendant will be rearrested and sent back to jail, and you won’t get your 15% of the bail amount returned to you. However, you will no longer be held responsible for coming up with the full amount of the bail amount.
Why Call the Las Vegas Bail Bonds Service?
We have licensed and bonded bail agents available at any time of the day and any day of the week. This means that regardless of when you call us, there will be a real live bail agent ready at the other end of the line to bail out your family member out of jail.
We are known for our transparent fee system, and our service includes providing bail bonds for any type of charges. We do not add fees for services such as finding out information about the arrest and making house calls.
We also operate very discreetly, as we are committed to protecting your privacy. We know how an arrest can sully the reputation of an entire family, and it’s for this reason we realize the value of confidentiality. We do not share particulars of your case to your neighbors, the press, or anybody else outside the relevant members of the court system and the police department.
If you have knowledge that an arrest warrant for you or a family member has been issued, you can call us even before the arrest is made. We can help make arrangements for you to turn yourself in to the police while we will also have a bail bond ready for the charges against you. You may then be arrested and booked, but you may be sent directly to your family. You may not have to spend any time in jail at all.
So contact our office if you or a family member will be or has been arrested in Sunrise Manor. Las Vegas Bail Bonds firmly believes that a person should not remain in jail until after their guilt has been proven in court. Contact us at 702-899-2775 so we can get started right away.