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What Does a Bail Bond Cost?

What does a Bail Bond Cost?

What does a Bail Bond Cost?

What Does a Bail Bond Cost?

Call 702-462-9200 right now to find out your bail bond cost options and guaranteed financing.  Your friend or loved one just got arrested and you want to get them out of jail now.  The fastest way out of jail is to pay the bail.  Bail is set by the jail or court and is the amount of money that needs to be paid or pledged to get someone out of jail.  There are a few options to pay for the bail and secure freedom for your friend or loved one:

Pay the full bail amount

The jail or court determines the bail amount based on the defendants alleged crime.  These bail amounts are usually in the thousands or even tens-of-thousands of dollars. For example if a bail amount for an alleged crime is $1000 you could directly go to the jail and pay that amount in full using a credit, debit card or cashiers check.  Once paid in full the release process has started.

Pay 15% of the full bail amount

This is the cheapest and fastest option.  You would hire a reputable bail bond company and only pay 15% of the bail amount and the company would pledge the full bail amount to the jail or court in form of a bond.  As in the above example, if a bail amount for an alleged crime is $1000 you would have to pay a bail bond company only 15% or $150 and the company would give the jail or court a bond for $1000 to get your friend or loved one out of jail.  This 15% bail bond cost is set by NV Law NRS 697.300 and has to be charged by all bail bond companies.  The bail process at the bail bond company usually takes 15 minutes and the bond is usually immediately posted within 10 minutes.  Once the bond is posted at the court or jail the process of release has started.

Make payments on the 15% of the full bail amount

If you are in between pay days and currently short on cash call 702-462-9200 and hire eBAIL right now!  We guarantee financing of the NV Law required 15% bail cost and will help you with an easy payment plan.  We are proudly accredited by the Better Business Bureau and licensed by the NV Department of Insurance.  In your time of need for a bail bond don’t gamble on just any company call eBAIL right now and our friendly staff will make you feel comfortable by answering all your questions.

If you are currently short on money, don’t worry eBAIL is the only company that can guarantee financing. Please call right now if you have any questions regarding easy payment plans 702-462-9200.

JAIL RELEASE OPTIONS:

OWN RECOGNIZANCE (OR) RELEASE – Is when the courts allow the arrested to be released for free without the need for a bail bond or having to pay for the bail.  OR releases are very rare and are usually granted within 72 hours of the arrest.

BAIL BOND RELEASE – Almost all arrestees are almost immediately eligible to be released on a bail bond.  This option is the fastest and cheapest release option from any jail.  Within a few hours after being arrested the jail will determine a bail amount.  A reputable Las Vegas Bail bonds company will pay this bail amount through a bond which is like a check.  For example if the bail for a DUI is $3000 then the bonding company will write a check for $3000 and give it to the jail for the inmates release.  The jail will hold on to the check until all court dates are attended and then given back to the bail bonds company.  For this risk the bail bonds company is required to charge 15% of the bail amount, which is $450 in the above example.  The 15% is required by Nevada State Law NRS 697.300 and cannot be more or less.  A Bail Bond is the fastest, cheapest and most convenient option to get someone released from jail.

CASH ONLY BAIL RELEASE  – Cash only bail is when the jail requires the bail to be paid in full, no bail bond is allowed.

HELD WITHOUT BAIL – This is where the jail does not allow the arrested to be released.  No cash bail or bail bond is allowed.

eBAIL Bail Bonds Las Vegas serves bail bonds in Southern Nevada mostly serving the Las Vegas, Summerlin, Henderson, Boulder City Areas….

If you need a Bail Bond in Las Vegas or surrounding area call Marc Gabriel a Better Business Bureau Accredited and Licensed Las Vegas Bail Bondsman.

This news article was posted courtesy of Marc Gabriel who is a Las Vegas Bail Bondsman. Follow Marc on FacebookGoogle + Twitter or LinkedIn or YouTube.

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