Frequently Asked Questions

What is Las Vegas Bail Bonds?

Q.) What is a bail bond?
A.) A Las Vegas Bail Bond is like a check written to the court that
is not cashed as long as the defendant appears in court.
Q.) How much does it cost to Bail someone out ?
A.) In the State of Nevada all Bonds cost 15% of the bond
amount (for example:if the bond is 10,000 then the premium (cost) would
be $1500.00 )
Q.) Can anyone bail out?
A.) If the court grants a bail, then yes.
Q.) Is collateral required?
A.) Collateral is only needed on rare occasions, most bonds
are signatures. (meaning someone with local ties, a good job history etc.
would cosign (indemnify) for the bond amount. The 15% would be all that
is paid.)
Q.) What is the cosigner responsible for?
A.) The cosigner takes full responsibility for the defendant’s
perfect attendance at his court dates.
Q.) What if the defendant misses court ? What happens to
the cosigner?
A.) If the defendant just forgot, he can come to the
office and get a motion to quash the warrant. If the defendant has an
attorney he can ask his attorney to put in a motion for him. If he does
not take care of the warrant in a timely manner then the bounty hunters
return him to the custody of the court and the Cosigner is responsible
for all the fees.If the defendant is abducted by aliens and cannot be found the cosigner
must pay the full amount of the bonds plus all warrant/ court fees.
Q.) What if the Defendant makes all his court dates is the
15% refundable ?
A.) No it is not, It is a Nevada
State Law 697.300a
that Bail Bonds can cost no more
or no less than 15% and the premium is non-refundable
Q.) Do I have to come into to the office to post a Bond
?
A.) If you are a qualified cosigner we can take care of
everything by phone and Fax. Our online
bail bonds forms
are in PDF
format
. Just click the link above.
Q.) If I do put up cash collateral, when does it get returned
to me?
A.) Collateral is returned on the 15th and 1st of every
month after the Bond is released (exonerated) by the court and it is sent
back to our office. (sometimes the court takes a while to return the bond,
you can call or email
us anytime to inquire about an exoneration or collateral return)
Q.) Why do I have to give my social security number ?
A.) A Las Vegas bail bonds is a loan. The insurance company requires
a social security number to approve the loans all information is confidential.

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TESTIMONIAL

I would really like to express my appreciation for your employee Bobby. He was very pleasant and very knowledgeable. I had to wait there about an hour for Fernando's (the defendant) attorney to call me with some further information and throughout my wait he made sure I understood what exactly was going to occur once

I used their service in the past month and it was great. Quality service from the first call to signing the final paperwork. But Tammy - you owe me my free hug, that I didn't receive. LOL If anyone you know needs a great Bail Bonds service - Who you going to call --- GOODFELLAS

To Good Fellas owner- I would like to tell you that you have one of the nicest most helpful people I have ever met, AC. If it wasn't for AC's help I think I would have lost my mind out there. Long story short I went through one of the worst times of my life