YOU'RE NOW AT THE #1 BAIL WEBSITE IN LAS VEGAS. WE ARE THE FASTEST, EASIEST, AND FRIENDLIEST COMPANY YOU CAN CALL. MOST CLIENTS CAN DO THE ENTIRE BAIL PROCESS OVER THE PHONE. WE UNDERSTAND YOU'RE STRESSED AND NOT USED TO DOING THIS. LET US GO TO WORK FOR YOU NOW. CALL US AT 702-825-BAIL, AND GET A FRIENDLY VOICE ON THE OTHER END.
A HOPE'S BAIL AGENTS HAVE BEEN DOING BAIL BONDS BY PHONE IN LAS VEGAS FOR YEARS, AND NO ONE CAN DO BAIL FOR LESS. NO ONE IS FRIENDLIER! NO ONE IS FASTER! NO ONE IS BETTER!
A Hope Bail Bonds
800 S. Casino Center Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Agency Lic 936454
First and true "BAIL BY PHONE!"
See If Your Bail Question is Answered Below!
Is it really true you guys can let me know if my loved one qualifies for a free release? What's the catch? Nothing good can be free. Well this service is actually free. And is really a good tool! Save yourself the aggravation, expense, and time of calling jails and leaving home or work with a fast call. Under certain misdemeanor offenses, your loved one may be eligible for an O.R. (own recoginzance) release from the Las Vegas area detention facility. Our goal is to be efficient, fast, and helpful for you...even if we don't earn a penny! Don't risk paying a "voided bond" fee with another bail agency if you pay them before the O.R. is identified. Please call us right away and we'll see if your friend or family member is eligible to get out of jail free!
What is a runners fee or doc fee? Well it's exactly the kind of fee that WE WILL NEVER charge you here at our bail bonds office. These are what we consider industry "junk fees" kind of like lame resort fees or energy surcharges some hotels love to charge. A Hope only charges the 15% fee as required by Nevada law and nothing more than the court filing fees. I mean these junk fees are comparable to a restaurant charging you a "fork fee" or a "bathroom usage surcharge." You are already paying us for a service, and that is simply enough!
Any chance you guys actually take American Express credit cards for bail? Finally it looks like you found the right bail bonds agency! For some reason (likely because of the application process being tough) Las Vegas companies don't accept American Express. Often we can even do the bond right over the phone with that (or any other type of bank card) form of payment. Call us when you can.
My husband is in jail for a traffic ticket warrant he didn't know he had. He can lose his job. What do I do? I'm so embarassed. Please don't be ashamed. Anybody and I mean any person at all can run into bad luck and be jailed for traffic bench warrants. You should act quickly though. The jails in Las Vegas take several hours minimum to process releases after bail bonds are posted. If you call us now and can pay the premium over the phone with a credit or debit card, we'll post his bail fast, so he can avoid problems at work. Also, confidentiality is our specialty. It's important to call us first because we can find out if the jail might let your loved one out on an administrative release without needing to pay for bail. Save time and money with A Hope! We don't call anyone's boss unless they flee their court appearances or violate their bond.
Aren't all bail bonds companies in Las Vegas the exact same? Not at all. Although all agencies must charge the state-required 15% premium for surety bail, not all bail bonds roads are the same. For instance, not all companies will accommodate you discreetly while you're at work. Not all bail bondsmen are able to be flexible with payment plans on the premium. Some bail bonds shops charge "junk fees." Others will say just about anything to make you call only to dissappoint once they've received your money. Not all will give free O.R. info or advice without obligation. All the Las Vegas bail bond bases are covered here at A Hope!
I've tried to call several companies before you but they didn't seem all that pleased I phoned them. What gives? Well sadly, not everyone in this industry loves dealing with people like we do! If you need a bail bond in Las Vegas, not only will we treat you great, but we are actually HONORED that you chose to contact us! Even if you don't hire us to post bail, we have no problem giving you free bail advice. Ultimately, we understand the more customers we help (regardless if they all pay us even 1 cent), the more our bail bond agency will flourish. A Hope Bail Bonds refuses to treat customers like numbers. Whether or not we get paid a dime for giving you help, it is of no consequence in our operating procedure. If you ever experience "less-than" stellar service from one of our customer service reps or bail agents, please send the owner a comment on the contact page. You will get a timely response and swift action will be taken. Whether you're in Las Vegas, Henderson, or another area, customer service is the #1 priority at A Hope Bail Bonds.
Isn't it true that the jails always have to let you go after you've been in jail 72 hours? No not at all, and please don't rely on that way of thinking when a loved one goes to jail! Sometimes it is true that if no formal complaint has been filed against the defendant, he or she can be released at that time, yet often complaints and formal charges can be filed quickly after arrest. Advances in court technology has stopped many-a-defendant from being fortuitously dropped "through the cracks" and let out of jail too soon. Also, a judge has discretion to hold the person longer in jail if he or she is deemed to be a flight risk, or for a variety of other reasons. Call a bail bondsman as soon as a person is arrested to avoid unnecessary delays or headaches.
Hello. My husband is at the county jail on a domestic violence charge. Officers told me that he'd be released after 12 hours of just cooling off. Can that be right? The easy answer to that is a resounding NO. While all people arrested in Las Vegas for battery domestic violence are required to be locked up for a minimum of 12 hours, jails in Las Vegas (and throughout Nevada) don't just release a person without bail after "cooling off." Unless there is an error, or the district attorney's office elects to deny or drop the case (this is pretty uncommon) within the initial twelve hour hold, all local jail facilities make you post bail. The other option is waiting for up to 72 hours (or longer if a weekend gets in the way) to see a judge, where he or she may elect to release him at that point. If formal charges are filed however, your spouse could be in jail until perhaps sentencing--that can take weeks in some cases. The best option is to pay the full bail amount in cash at the jail or hire a local, Las Vegas bail bondsman where the state only requires you to pay a 15% bail premium. First time offenders face the minimum automatic bail amount of $3,000, so often a bail bonds agency is your best bet with the lowest out of pocket expense.
What's going on at the county jail today (September 11, 2014)? Well, all visitation has been stopped for inmates today because of 9/11. It appears to be just a security precaution. No family visits are allowed just for safety reasons. It's not because of any holiday associated with Patriots Day but merely just as a preventative measure. Rest assured, we can still post bail bonds at all Las Vegas area jails today. Give us a call if you have a bail situation that needs addressing, even on this sacred holiday. We're here to help.
Why can't I just take the 15% right to the jail and bail out my loved one? If it only worked that way, it would make total sense. Unfortunately, in the state of Nevada, you need to put up the "full" amount of the bail regardless of whether it's in cash or a "bail bond." The bail bonds agency puts up the entire amount so you don't have to. But if you do have the full amount to pay upfront in cash, it's recommended you go that route. The added considerations would be: It may take months to get your refund back from the court. The court may withhold fees or restitution from your cash bail thus reducing your refund. And finally, if your loved one misses court or skips out, you will lose your money immediately. Just beware.
I don't have the full 15% right now. Do I have to wait until I gather it all before you'll bail my daughter out? No, we can still act fast for you and get that bail posted now! As long as you or the defendant are working and have established residency, we can often start the process now! As long as the bail is under $10,000 we can even get you approved by phone NOW on a payment plan even! Money tight? Call us first!
Hey my girlfriend was arrested in Utah and the bondsmen out there want collateral. How might you help us? Often you're better off using a Las Vegas bail bondsman if you live here in southern Nevada. We don't require collateral as long as you and the defendant are well-established here locally. Just pay us the state-required 15% premium and the local posting fees (as little as $25 in some jurisdictions), and that's it! We can execute bonds in any state where bail bonds are legal. States such as Illinois and Oregon, for instance, prohibit the use of bail bonds. We hope this helps!
I paid for the bail bond 3 hours ago and my friend is still not out of jail. What's happening? Unfortunately, each jail has different procedures on when and how fast they process bail bonds and release inmates. The Henderson jail for example, releases inmates at 10am, 9pm, and 3pm daily, so as long as the bail is posted at least 2 hours prior to the next scheduled release time, that's when your loved on is out. However CCDC (the Clark County jail) and the Las Vegas City Detention Center do not have set release times. Based upon factors like staff levels, jail occupancy, new arrests, and holidays, the release process is usually a MINIMUM of 6 hours after bail is posted. Most folks we bail out are released within 6-10 hours of the bail bond being posted. Sadly, this process is out of the Las Vegas bail bondsman's control. If another bond agent tells you they have "connections" there, just realize, their motivation for "selling" you on that is purely financial.
I understand everyone must charge the same 15% fee by law. Why should we choose you? Well, if you value excellent and fast service with no added fees, we're your bail bond company! Some companies make you "run" the bail bond to the jail yourself, or they tack on runner fees or credit card surcharges. Some might make the defendant check in physically at the office multiple times a week. Some may require excessive collateral on top of the 15% fee. Some are very slow to post your loved one's bond once you leave the office. A Hope has all these bases covered. We are the fastest, friendliest, and most flexible bail bonds company in Las Vegas. Our reputation, reviews, and referrals speak volumes as to how we treat all clients like family.
So what's the catch with this "phone bail" thing anyway? We're so glad you asked! Our competitors often say they'll do bail bonds over the phone in Las Vegas just to get you to call them. They figure once they have you on the line, they can "reel" you in by making you jump through an obstacle course of tasks just to get your loved one out of jail. A Hope Bail Bonds will simply not do that. 9 times out of 10, if you or the defendant are working, have established residency, and have a major credit or debit card handy, we can do it right over the phone. It's pretty simple. Now we made it even easier by allowing payment plans for your bail bonds right over the phone too!
What is a Las Vegas bail bond? Simply put, bail bonds are what the courts take in the place of the full cash bail amount to secure the release of your loved one from jail. A bail bond can sort of be viewed as a “check” that the court will not “cash” unless the arrestee misses a scheduled court event. If the person out on bail misses a mandatory appearance, the court will send a letter to your Las Vegas bail bondsman threatening to cash that bond if the offender is not brought back to court or jail. This is the primary reason why bounty hunters or bail enforcement agents would be dispatched—to prevent the forfeiture of the bail bonds agency’s money.
Who is eligible for bail bonds in Las Vegas? The short answer: Almost anyone arrested for a crime or warrant in the Las Vegas, Henderson, or North Las Vegas areas are able to be bonded out. Don’t wait long to call your bail bondsman either because often times, a bail amount is set the moment they are booked into a jail facility.
Where is your bail bonds office? We are at 800 S. Casino Center Blvd on the southwest corner where Gass Avenue and Casino Center meet. You cannot miss our beautifully updated brown building with patriotic signage and FREE parking! While you are free to “Walk-in” for service, we now offer convenient “bail by phone” 24 hours a day to save many folks the trip downtown!
How do we pay you for your bail services? We try to make it as easy as possible. We obviously take cash, but easily can accept debit, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. We can take your card right over the phone too! Business checks and personal checks are also acceptable almost always. Payment plans for bail bonds in Las Vegas are usually available, and qualifying for our no interest financing is way easier than most people think! 100% financing is available for those times when your pay periods are just timed wrong.
I saw somewhere you do a lot of bonds $100 down. How does that work? We understand money is tight and pay periods don't always cooperate when life's hiccups happen. When someone is in jail, it's stressful emotionally as well as financially. Often times on bonds under $5,000, we can start the release process with $100 charged right over the phone (with debit, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or Amercian Express). The defendant and/or caller must be employed locally to qualify. Then, if you need a pay period or two to pay off the balance, we will gladly work with you. Each Las Vegas bail bonds situation is unique, but we promise the $100 down option is not a ploy to trick you into calling our office. WE DO NOT USE bait-n-switch tactics at A Hope Bail Bonds, but sometimes if the defendant is in jail on a bench warrant or when the court's filing fees exceed $100, a larger down payment may be required. Most locally employed callers easily qualify for this option. Please ask your agent about this option when you call us if you're interested.
Some other office said they could do it for less, why are you charging more? WARNING!! Watch out for companies that quote you less than the 15% fee mandated by Nevada law. It is against the law for a company to quote more or less than 15% of the bail amount. If you can only come up with say 5% or so, that is fine. We’ll work out a convenient payment plan to get your loved one out of jail pronto. You don’t want to start a business relationship with anyone who is breaking the law. They will rarely treat you right in the end.
Do I get my money back once they go to court? If you had to leave the bail bonds company in Las Vegas collateral (cash money, credit card payment, or property above and beyond the 15% to secure the bond), yes you will have it returned to you. However, the 15% fee is non-refundable, and is the “premium” paid to the bonding company who is risking the full amount.
What am I on the hook for when I bail someone out of a Las Vegas area jail? As the co-signer or indemnitor (bail bonds lingo) on someone’s bail bond, you are responsible for the bail agency’s out-of-pocket expenses should your loved one miss court. If the person flat out skips bail never to return, you will be responsible for 100% of the original bail amount. Usually if there is a missed court date, as long as the defendant is willing to make things right, there are no expenses at all, or if there are, they are very minor.
Can you help with my outstanding warrants in Las Vegas? Many times, absolutely yes! Please don’t surrender yourself into custody or pay exorbitant fees to get our of warrant without calling a bail bondsman first. Often we can get you out of your City of Las Vegas or North Las Vegas warrant for a fraction of the full amount. We can often help you get a new court date and prevent you from being arrested in Las Vegas.
What happens if the person I bail out misses court? Do I owe you the full bail amount? Again, the short answer is probably not. As long as the person missed on accident or had a legitimate excuse for missing the scheduled court date, we will work with you, even posting a new Las Vegas bail bond if need be. Your out of pocket expenses will be zero or extremely minimal as long as the defendant is willing to "make things right." There often is an easy way for the defendant or an attorney (for a minor fee) to file a motion to be placed back on the court calendar. However, if the person you bail out is "on the run" or is not taking care to get out of warrant, you may be on the hook for all out of pocket expenses the Las Vegas bail bondsman incurs up to the full bail amount. In that regard, you must be certain this person can be trusted, so you don't get penalized heavily!
Is there a way to get a discount on my Las Vegas bail bond? Yes, mention our website promotion code: FREEFILINGFEE2015, and we will pay your $50 court filing fee once you pay the full 15% premium in advance. The total bail amount must be $2,000 or more on this promotion.
What areas do you serve? We gladly perform surety bail service for the following Las Vegas areas and rural parts of Nevada:
- Incorportated Las Vegas
- Clark County
- Henderson NV
- Goldfield NV (Esmeralda County)
- NYE county including Pahrump, Tonopah, and Beatty Nevada
- Washoe County including the Reno/Sparks area.
- We also now are able to do NATIONWIDE BAIL! Check our page above in the drop down menu for details on all the areas, cities, and counties we serve Nevada-wide and now NATIONWIDE.
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