Posting bail on behalf of someone is not something that most people are familiar with. If your loved one has been arrested and calls you from jail, you may find yourself in unfamiliar territory. Requirements vary based on the city and county that your loved one has been arrested in, but here is what you will need to get started. You will need as much personal information about the bailee as possible:

  • Full Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Social Security Number
  • Physical Address
  • Phone Number(s)
  • Employer Information

It is important to note that after your loved one has been released from jail, the bail agency may require the bailee to check in with the bond company and sign release forms.

You will also need to bring with you your own personal information:

  • Current, State-Issued, Driver’s License
  • Proof of Address (mortgage bill, rental agreement or utility bill)
  • Current Pay Stub
  • Phone Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Social Security Number
  • In some cases, you will need references of someone that both you and the bailee know. Bring their names, phone numbers and addresses.

Finally, a way to pay the bail bond:

No matter what bail bond agency you use, Nevada legislation has set the cost of a bail bond (the premium) at 15% of the face value of the bond, plus jail fees. No more, no less. For example, if the face value of the bond is $10,000, you would pay $1,500 plus jail fees to All n One Bail Bonds in order to secure a release from jail.

We take cash, cashier’s checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Cash App, Zelle or a direct deposit into our Bank of America bank account. For more information, please contact us at (702) 333-2663