There are two ways how the warrant can be issued in Nevada. a) The judge issues an arrest warrant. This usually happens when the defendant didn't appear in court for the hearing.
b) In special circumstances the police is allowed to arrest a person without a warrant. A good example would be if the officer witnessed the crime.
Certain warrants have predetermined bail amounts assigned to them, but in some cases the judge assigns the bail amount (bailable warrant) or decides if there is no bail at all (non-bailable warrant). Usually, very serious felonies fall into the "warrant without bail" or "non-bailable warrant" category. This includes criminal charges for:
The bailable warrant may be removed ("quashed" is a legal term) by posting bail with the court. The bail can be paid in cash, credit cards, or checks. Not every person has the resources to pay bail in cash. Often the accused or somebody on his behalf contacts a licensed bail bondsman to post a bail.
Once the bail has been paid the defendant no longer has to fear of being arrested at work, at home or while driving around town.
If bail is not set to your outstanding warrant, you can consider the following options:
Each case is unique and you need to consult a good attorney about your particular situation.
If you know that there is an outstanding warrant on your arrest, contact us immediately. We will research the status of your warrant and explain what legal options are available for you. Usually, we post warrant bonds very fast.
We offer payment plans with affordable payment options.
Contact us at 702-388-8383.
Bail Bonds Las Vegas is open 24 hours a day and 7 days s a week including holidays.
We are located in downtown Las Vegas.