All n One Bail Bonds is a team of professional bail bondsmen providing affordable bail bonds throughout the state of Nevada

Feeling overwhelmed because you need a bail bond? Let the team at All n One Bail Bonds put your mind at ease. With over 30 years of experience, we have been bailing people out of jail quickly and professionally.

Whether it is a loved one or a friend, we can help. These are just some of the places we provide bail bonds; Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City, Mesquite, Laughlin, Searchlight, and Pahrump.

If you were arrested in the state of Nevada we can help you now. For your convenience our Las Vegas bail bonds office is just two blocks from the Clark County Detention Center (CCDC) and we offer free parking. Our expert team of bail bondsmen are standing by. Please call us at (702) 333-2663

We will work hard to fit your budget, negotiating with you on financial arrangements like credit terms or collateral. We also offer payment plans and free bail bond information. All n One Bail Bonds can post bail within minutes of receiving your information.

For more information please feel free to browse our blog or give us a call anytime. (702) 333-2663

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At All n One Bail Bonds, we take your privacy very seriously

Any and all personal information is only accessible by the principle indemnitor and will remain secure. You have an inherent right to privacy and we do not take these matters lightly.

We pride ourselves on being one of the most trusted and professional bail agency in Nevada. Only by approval from the principal indemnitor will we divulge any information regarding our clients and their court cases. This is our duty.

If you would like to share access to your case, we must have a signed release. If All n One Bail Bonds receives a court order to share access to information, by law, we must comply. If you have any questions about your rights to privacy, please call us at (702) 333-2663 and we will be happy to help you.

Affordable Bail Bonds – FAQs

Bail is what courts use to make sure that defendants abide by the conditions of their release, which includes showing up for all their court dates.

Bail’s main purpose is to make the legal system more efficient by incentivizing defendants to abide by the conditions of their release.

Not adhering to the conditions set forth by the court almost always results in defendants losing the money they posted for bail, which of course, is not exactly ideal.

However, bail is an important mechanism since it keeps courts from having to spend a lot of time and money tracking down defendants who aren’t interested in abiding by the court’s requirements.

Bail can be paid via cash bail (cash or check), a bail bond, or a property bond.

Yes, it does…so long as the defendant abides by the conditions of their release. With that said, if a defendant hires a bail bond company to post bond for them, they will not get their 15% bail bond premium back.

Absolutely. You get your bail money back whether you are found innocent or guilty. The verdict doesn’t matter. The only thing that matters is if you abide by the conditions of your release.

Maybe. It really just depends on what the court allows them to do in their specific situation.

If your bail is dropped, it just means that your bail money will be returned to you. Of course, if you hire a bail bond company to post bond for you, then your 15% bail bond premium will not be returned.

You certainly can. In fact, we recommend it. Getting a job while on bail (or keeping the job you already have) can help you make a better impression on the court since it shows you are responsible.

Bail amounts in Nevada typically run from $1,000 to $10,000, although they can go much higher if you have a very serious case.

Bail can be refused in Nevada for (1) severe crimes, (2) if the defendant has repeatedly committed the same crime, (3) if there is a high likelihood that the defendant will skip bail, or (4) if the defendant poses a danger to the community.

The three best ways to stay out of jail are not to commit crimes, hire an attorney if you ever find yourself in legal trouble, and contact a bail bond company to bail you out of jail quickly.

There are four bail types:

Surety bail bonds, cash bonds, Own Recognizance (OR) bonds, and property bonds.

To get bail, you will need to attend your bail hearing. Once you learn your bail amount, you can either pay it yourself or hire the help of a bail bond company, which will post bond for you.

Judges. They are the ones responsible for granting bail.

Bail lasts for a year, after which your expired bail bond will need to be replaced.

Bail is granted in most misdemeanor and felony cases. See question 10 for a list of reasons why bail could be denied.

Bail money goes to the court and is held there in security until the case has come to an end.