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When you get the call that one of your family members or friends has been arrested, there are many thoughts that go through your head. The experience can leave you feeling anxious and overwhelmed. But things happen. And when they do, there’s very little you can do to change the situation. Now is the time to start looking for a way to return your loved one home. And it starts with having a reputable bail bondsman in your corner from the beginning.

Express Bail Bonds is one of the most reliable and efficient bail bonds agencies in Nevada. We’ve been providing expert advice and bail bonds assistance for over 20 years, and we know how to take care of your needs. Our goal is to make a difficult experience bearable. We are available 24/7 to ensure your loved one can be taken care of. We help people get out of jail in a professional and discreet manner. Call us at 702-633-2245 for the most convenient bail bonds service in Las Vegas.

We all know that law enforcement doesn’t coordinate with people’s schedules when making arrests. And it more than likely happens when you least expect it. And in a city like Las Vegas, where many places are open from sundown to sunup, it’s safe to say that arrests often happen outside of the” regular” business hours. This is why Express Bail Bonds feels that being a 24-hour bail bond company in Las Vegas is something we must offer. Whether the arrest happens in the wee hours of the morning, midday, or late night, we are available to take your call and bail you out.

Because arrests in the most inconvenient times, most of our clients do not have the finances to bail themselves out. And this is where we come in. What’s more, even if you have enough money on you to pay the cash bond, it may not be the best idea to use your own cash because of the risks involved. As such, it may be smarter to let someone else use their money for now until you’re stable and can afford to pay it off.

Express Bail Bonds operates 27 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is readily available to obtain freedom for your loved one and keep your sanity at the same time. With our round the clock availability, we can provide the service you need no matter the time or location. Over the years, we have developed a strong working relationship with law enforcement agencies and thorough familiarity with court systems throughout Nevada. They know we are here to provide assistance and will often help us complete the process, making it easier for you to get your loved home. So if you call a bail bond service and only find a recorded message, you just know they’re really not the reliable service you want to get.

It is our true intent to ensure that your loved one’s arrest causes as little stress as possible. Our experienced bondsmen work quickly to process Las Vegas bail bonds and get your loved ones out of jail. We understand that for a more successful trial, your time is better spent out of jail with minimal impact on your personal and professional life. Focusing on your needs as a client, our top-rated bail bondsmen are sure to place all their efforts into providing quick and professional services.

Our experienced bail bondsmen know how the systems works, the sequence of processes, and the paperwork needed to obtain a release. We have the knowledge and skills to make the process as seamless as possible. Whether your loved one is being held on traffic-related, misdemeanor or felony charges, we have what it takes to get them released from jail efficiently. Express Bail Bonds has your best interests at heart. Call us now, and we will show you how.

If you are facing the Nevada legal system, it’s understandable that you’re feeling anxious and overwhelmed. There’s much uncertainty, and being held in custody could have a detrimental effect on your personal and professional life. And with hundreds of bail bonds services operating in the state, it isn’t hard to hire a bail company, but picking the right one can prove to be an uphill battle. Here are some of the reasons why you should choose Express Bail Bonds:

We Walk With You Every Step of the Way

When you hire our bail bond company, you get customer satisfaction at its best. Our bondsmen strive to make the process as fast and stress-free as we can. Some people want to have enough information before making a final decision. Others want to get their family members or friends out of jail regardless of what it takes. Either way, we are happy to answer all your questions and walk you through the entire process. We can help obtain information from the jail and explain your obligations as a defendant or co-signer. We want to make an informed decision, understanding your responsibilities, and the risks involved when posting a bail bond. We realize that this is a stressful situation, and we want to make it as easy as possible.

We Respect Your Privacy

As a standard part of our first-class bail bond service, we handle all the details for you with honesty and respect for your privacy. We always treat our clients with respect because we understand that being arrested and charged does not mean that a person is guilty. We never violate a client’s trust or sacrifice their privacy under any circumstances. We typically meet privately with you and are very careful not to show the world that you are using our bail bonds service. We continue providing quality service after the bond is posted, and your loved one is out of jail. The bondsmen at Express Bail Bonds will always treat you with the respect and dignity you deserve.

We’re Licensed and Bonded

State licensing and bonding is a form of recognition for services that have met or exceeded the requirements to operate as a bonding service provider in Nevada. Our licensed bail bondsmen have helped thousands of people in every situation imaginable. Our reputation is second to none, and we are always striving to raise the bar when it comes to the quality of our service. Our bondsmen are highly trained and always ready to go the extra mile to provide professional and courteous help. Our reputation is very important to us, which is why we take no chances when it comes to ensuring our customers receive the best possible service. Nevada has a strict licensing and bonding process, but we have managed to maintain our good standing as one of the best bail bond agencies in the state.

<strong>We</strong> Walk With You Every Step of the Way

We Walk With You Every Step of the Way

When you hire our bail bond company, you get customer satisfaction at its best. Our bondsmen strive to make the process as fast and stress-free as weRead more

<strong>We</strong> Respect Your Privacy

We Respect Your Privacy

As a standard part of our first-class bail bond service, we handle all the details for you with honesty and respect for your privacy. We always treatRead more

<strong>We’re</strong> Licensed and Bonded

We’re Licensed and Bonded

State licensing and bonding is a form of recognition for services that have met or exceeded the requirements to operate as a bonding service providerRead more

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Types of Bail bonds in Nevada

There are numerous ways to get out of jail prior to a court hearing. Generally, people are offered bail in an amount that discourages evading justice. The type and amount of bail vary depending on the seriousness of the charge as well as the criminal history if the arrestee. In Nevada, a judge presides at a bail hearing to decide the bail. The judge has a copy of the county’s bail schedule as well as the discretion to deny or modify bail. Bail is denied for capital crimes and in cases where the defendant is considered a high flight risk. To make the jail release process easier, Express Bail Bonds can help you with various types of bail bonds, including:

  • Surety Bonds

    Most individuals turn to surety bonds to get out of jail. As an alternative to cash bail, this type of bond is contracted between a cosigner (usually an admitted insurance provider) and a licensed bail

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  • Signature Bonds

    This type of bond involves using a person’s signature as an assurance to pay. Signature Bonds helps defendants evade imprisonment on the condition that they have a job and a cosigner.

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  • Cash Bonds/Bail

    Cash Bonds are those performed with cash, debit card, or credit card. When a bond is labeled as cash only, the judge is not allowing the bond to be secured with property. To be released on cash bail,

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  • Property Bond

    Based on the court jurisdiction, a person may be released from jail by posting a property bond with the court. With this type of bond, the court secures the full bail amount by recording a lien on your

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  • Arrest Warrant Bail Bonds

    When a judge wants an individual to make an appearance in court, he/she can issue an active arrest warrant. In most cases, people don’t realize that a warrant to have them placed under arrest has

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  • Surety Bonds
  • Signature Bonds
  • Cash Bonds/Bail
  • Property Bond
  • Arrest Warrant Bail Bonds
  • Most individuals turn to surety bonds to get out of jail. As an alternative to cash bail, this type of bond is contracted between a cosigner (usually an admitted insurance provider) and a licensed bail

    Read more
  • This type of bond involves using a person’s signature as an assurance to pay. Signature Bonds helps defendants evade imprisonment on the condition that they have a job and a cosigner.

    Read more
  • Cash Bonds are those performed with cash, debit card, or credit card. When a bond is labeled as cash only, the judge is not allowing the bond to be secured with property. To be released on cash bail,

    Read more
  • Based on the court jurisdiction, a person may be released from jail by posting a property bond with the court. With this type of bond, the court secures the full bail amount by recording a lien on your

    Read more
  • When a judge wants an individual to make an appearance in court, he/she can issue an active arrest warrant. In most cases, people don’t realize that a warrant to have them placed under arrest has

    Read more

Understanding How Bail Bonds Work

At Express Bail Bonds, we understand that many of our clients lack familiarity with the arrest, arraignment and bail process. This is why we will go out of our way to give a detailed explanation of the process before you hang up the phone or leave our office. We want the procedure to be as hassle-free as possible for family and friends of the arrestee. After an arrest, the suspect is taken into custody and then processed into the court system. After the charges are confirmed, an arraignment hearing will be conducted, and the judge will determine the bond based on the suspect’s risk factors. Is the defendant a high flight risk? Is the defendant a risk to the community? It is important to note that bail cannot be approved for cases involving capital crime or pending charges from a previous incident.

The process of posting a bail bond is a contractual undertaking between a Bail Bondman and the defendant or cosigner posting bail on behalf of a defendant. The primary role of the bail bondsman is to guarantee to the court that the arrestee will show up at all scheduled court hearings if released on bail. For a person or cosigner to make bail, collateral must be established to pay count if the defendant fails to show up at their scheduled court dates. Collateral may include things such as real estate, pre-authorized credit account, personal property, or in some cases, just a signature with standing ties in the community. At Express Bail Bonds, we always work closely with clients to establish what works best for them during this process. Once the bail bond and the form of collateral are determined, our friendly bondsmen can get all the necessary paperwork to initiate the process. We will need two pieces of information: the arrestee’s full name and the name of the jail he/she is being held in. We can take care of paperwork and communication to ensure the defendant is released much faster, sometimes in less than 1 hour. The defendant will then be released once bail is posted.

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As established by Statute NRS 697.300, a bail bondsman must charge 15 percent of the total bond amount. Nevada law requires a bail bondsman to get this amount for the premium and then guarantee full payment of the bail bond amount to the court. The fee is non-refundable and generally serves as the bondsman’s compensation for services. Also, the fee must be paid at the time the bond is written. A bail bond company cannot charge more than or less 15% of the bond in order to agree to post bond. So, if bail is set as $8,000, it will cost you 15% of that amount or $1,200 to post bail. In addition, a bail bond company can charge a little over 15% for other administrative costs and expenses, including travel costs, paperwork fees, and transaction fees. At Express Bail Bonds accept several forms of payment, including cash, cashier’s check, money orders, credit/debit cards, and various types of personal property. If you choose to make the payment using property, the process may take a little longer because of the need for an appraisal. The value of the property must be equal to or more than the total cost of the bond by at least 50% of the total value. For instance, a bail bond set at $8,000 would have to be secured by a property worth $8,000 or more.

The first thing you need to do in the bail bonds process is calling our office. When we answer your call, we will ask you to provide us with some basic information. This typically includes the defendant’s name, date of birth, place of employment, address, the charges they’re facing, name of the jail, and amount of bail. We can begin the application process once we have this information. The next step involves securing payment. You will need to pay a 15% bail bond fee, which cannot be negotiated and is non-refundable. You will also need a cosigner who will sign the paperwork as the guarantor. The cosigner's primary role is to make sure the defendant appears in court and completes the bail amount. At Express Bail Bonds, your bondsman will explain the fees and process your payment. We approach this with the utmost transparency and open two-way communication. We work with families on payment plans, explaining all the details, so they understand how they will make the repayments. We want you to know how much you have to pay, so there are no surprises. We take a variety of payment options, including cash, money orders, credit and debit cards, cashier’s check, and property. As soon as your payment has been processed, our bail bondsman will be on their way to pick your family member or friend from jail.

As established by Statute NRS 697.300, a bail bondsman must charge 15 percent of the total bond amount. Nevada law requires a bail bondsman to get this amount for the premium and then guarantee full payment of the bail bond amount to the court. The fee is non-refundable and generally serves as the bondsman’s compensation for services. Also, the fee must be paid at the time the bond is written. A bail bond company cannot charge more than or less 15% of the bond in order to agree to post bond. So, if bail is set as $8,000, it will cost you 15% of that amount or $1,200 to post bail. In addition, a bail bond company can charge a little over 15% for other administrative costs and expenses, including travel costs, paperwork fees, and transaction fees. At Express Bail Bonds accept several forms of payment, including cash, cashier’s check, money orders, credit/debit cards, and various types of personal property. If you choose to make the payment using property, the process may take a little longer because of the need for an appraisal. The value of the property must be equal to or more than the total cost of the bond by at least 50% of the total value. For instance, a bail bond set at $8,000 would have to be secured by a property worth $8,000 or more.

The first thing you need to do in the bail bonds process is calling our office. When we answer your call, we will ask you to provide us with some basic information. This typically includes the defendant’s name, date of birth, place of employment, address, the charges they’re facing, name of the jail, and amount of bail. We can begin the application process once we have this information. The next step involves securing payment. You will need to pay a 15% bail bond fee, which cannot be negotiated and is non-refundable. You will also need a cosigner who will sign the paperwork as the guarantor. The cosigner's primary role is to make sure the defendant appears in court and completes the bail amount. At Express Bail Bonds, your bondsman will explain the fees and process your payment. We approach this with the utmost transparency and open two-way communication. We work with families on payment plans, explaining all the details, so they understand how they will make the repayments. We want you to know how much you have to pay, so there are no surprises. We take a variety of payment options, including cash, money orders, credit and debit cards, cashier’s check, and property. As soon as your payment has been processed, our bail bondsman will be on their way to pick your family member or friend from jail.

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You never thought you'd be looking for a bail bond company, and we understand whet you are going through. We are here to help. We handle every cose that comes through our ofice with compassion, respect, and confidence. Express Bail Bands is much different from the typical run-on-the mill bonding company Our bondumen understand that each case is different, but we occord the same respect to all cients. We're here to make sure you will get through this by making the bail bonds process os easy and convenient as possible.

When you need help posting bail in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada, call Express Boil Bonds at 702-633-2245 or fill out our online contact form and we will get back to you immediately. Don't let your loved one spend more tim in jail