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Can a Bail Bondsman help if I have a warrant?

If you have a warrant out for your arrest, you might wonder if there is a way for a bail bondsman to help you to avoid being booked into jail to await trial. There are certain instances where a bondsman can help to prevent you from being arrested. However, it is important to note that this is not always the case.

Your Options to Address an Arrest Warrant

You may worry that you are stuck and just have to play a waiting game until you are finally caught by law enforcement, but you can take proactive action in these matters. You can turn yourself in to the jail. While there, you may be arrested and booked to wait for a bail hearing. If there is a bail amount that is set on the warrant, you can pay the full amount of the bail, often called a cash bond, when you turn yourself in to avoid arrest and detainment. Your other option is to hire a bail bondsman to secure a bail bond, often referred to as a surety bond.

How a Bail Bond Works in lieu of Bail

In order to secure a surety bond, you will pay a qualified bondsman a fee that is 15% of the amount of bail. Either the accused or the co-signor for the bond will have to put up enough collateral to cover the full amount of bail. Once the agreement has been made, the bondsman will pay the entire amount of bail that was set on your behalf. If you can secure the bond prior to turning yourself in, you may avoid arrest. If you are waiting in jail, the release process can begin once the bondsman posts bail.

Why hire a bail bondsman if you have a warrant?

Quite possibly the biggest reason to hire the services of a bondsman is to avoid spending time in jail. This way, you will not have to miss work or let the matter potentially affect your employment. You can be home with your family to better manage your obligations and to make arrangements to deal with your legal matters. A major advantage of hiring a bondsman rather than paying the full amount of a cash bond yourself is that you only have to pay 15% right away. This leaves the rest of your finances available to hire an attorney and to otherwise prepare your legal defense strategy.

Best Bail Bond Service to Choose in Las Vegas

When you come to Las Vegas, you are generally planning for some fun and do not anticipate spending time in jail. Make sure that you get the assistance you need from a knowledgeable bondsman with Marc Gabriel from eBAIL. We have gained the trust of many top attorneys, who refer their clients to us on a regular basis. Fully insured and BBB accredited, we take your freedom and your confidentiality seriously. We will work quickly to make sure that bail for you or your loved one is paid promptly to begin the release process. If you do not have the full 15% of the bail amount right away, we can work with you. With little to no money down, we can set you up with weekly or monthly payment arrangements in order to get the bond settled without delay.

Las Vegas Jails Inmate Searches

If you need assistance finding an inmate in any of the local jails you can use our free inmate search tools. Each detention center has it’s own release policy but if you have any questions you can call our friendly operators. We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and can help you locate a detainee and help secure their release. You can also learn more about the Nevada Bail Bond process in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section. You can also learn about “How Much a Bail Bond Costs” and how and why the price is regulated by the state of Nevada.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have a Consititutional Right to Bail?

What are the Different Types of Bail Bonds

What if I have an Outstanding Warrant?

What is the Difference Between Cash Bond and Surety Bond

What are the Obligations of a Co-Signor?

What can be used as Bail Bond Collateral?

What is Included in a Bail Bond Contract

How do I Secure a Bond?

How do I Bail out a Detainee?

What Happens When Someone is Arrested in Las Vegas

How much does a Bail Bond Cost?

Can a Foreign National be Released on Bail?

Jail Release Times and Processes?

What Happens if I have an Arrest Warrant?

What makes eBAIL Different?

What if the Defendant doesn’t go to Court?

If I Bail Someone out of Jail, What is my Responsibility?

How do I Pay for a Bond?

Where Can I Find Cheap Bail Bonds?

What is Bail or a Surety Bond?

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost?

What are Federal Bail Bonds?

What Are Immigration Bail Bonds

What is a Unsecured Bail Bond?

How do I Post Bail at the Henderson Jail?

How do I Post Bail at the Las Vegas Jail?

How Do I Post Bail at the Clark County Jail (CCDC)?

What is a Bail Agent?

What is a Bail Forfeiture Notice?

How do Bail Bonds Work?

What is a Bounty Hunter?

What is Bail?

How do I get Someone out of Jail?

Can I get out of Jail for Free?

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Las Vegas, NV 89104

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