Bail Bonds Boulder City
We at eBAIL get it; many innocent people never dream of being arrested so they are totally unfamiliar with the Bail Bonds Boulder City process. So where do you go when you are arrested? And how soon can you be bailed out? eBAIL also proudly serves Bail Bonds Las Vegas.
Boulder City Detention Center
The Boulder City Detention Center is where the vast majority of people accused of committing crimes wind up as the Detention Center houses people accused of committing misdemeanor crimes. The facility is also known as the Boulder City Jail.
The Boulder City Jail is smaller, and has fewer violent occupants. It is a separate facility from the large CCDC Las Vegas which houses people accused of felonies or gross misdemeanors. Near the CCDC is also the North Las Vegas Jail that houses local detainees for various crimes.
CCDC Las Vegas
The CCDC Las Vegas is much bigger, and houses people accused of more serious offenses and also houses those who have been sent to jail for up to 6 months or more.
Many of those held at the CCDC have been there before, some up to 5 or 6 times. It is not a pleasant environment.
eBAIL Boulder City Bail Bonds
eBAIL is one of the largest Bail Bonds Boulder City companies. And when it comes to Bail Bonds Boulder City. We are the quickest in the area because only eBAIL allows you to bail out a friend or relative online. eBAIL also proudly serves Las Vegas Bail Bonds for all of southern Nevada.
Of course, we need to know which facility your relative is in, so you will need to do an inmate search for both the City Jail and a CCDC Inmate Search.
Both facilities are easy to reach. Simply call (702) 671-390 for the CCDC and (702) 608-2245 for the Boulder City. An inmate search is important because even prisoners confuse the CCDC and the City of Las Vegas Jail, so it saves time.
Once you do your CCDC Inmate Search you are not ready for the bail process yet. Many people think someone can be bailed out of jail immediately but bail is set not by the jail but by a judge at a preliminary hearing. Until that time, the person must remain in jail. eBAIL also serves Bail Bonds Las Vegas NV.
Bail Bonds Boulder City
Bail Bonds Boulder City must follow Nevada law which requires a 15 percent cash or property bond to secure the release. Thus if the bond set by the judge is $10,000,
you must come up with 15 percent or $1,500 to get the person released on bond.
The 15 percent is non-refundable no matter what the outcome of the trial, but most people don’t have $10,000 in cash to secure a cash bail bond release, and with the crowded court system, spending a minimum of two weeks, to a month or two in jail is enough to convince them to contact a company such as ours.