Welcome to Las Vegas Bonds

At Las Vegas Bail Bonds Network, we refer clients to a bail bonds service and have been doing so for over 10 years.  We understand that sometimes people will make the wrong choices, don’t let who you choose as your bail bondsman be another. If this is your first arrest or you are unfamiliar with the bail bonds process, we can help you find the right bail bondsman to handle your needs.

Right after you are arrested, there is a critical window of time in which there is no custody in jail.  We will be there for you at Las Vegas Bail Bonds Network to make sure you don’t spend your time in jail. Call us for a bail bondsman referral.  It is the job of our employees at Las Vegas Bail Bonds Network to secure your release from custody in those critical hours. Our Las Vegas bail bond agents proudly serve you, the city of Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. Call us for more information on how we can help in this stressful time of need.

Las Vegas Bail Bonds Network only refers our clients to the very best bail bond agencies in the city, the ones that go above and beyond their duties by making sure the accused follows bail conditions and shows to all court proceedings. All of our Las Vegas bail bond agents play a major role in securing your rights throughout the judicial process. Many of our agencies have worked for over ten years alongside judges, magistrates, and lawyers.  The experience our bail bondsmen have built over time has proven to be an invaluable asset to them and the Las Vegas Bail Bonds network.

Our Frequently Asked Questions will provide you with a better sense of how the bail bonds process works. Our Services page will tell you what we do.

  • Who is  Bail Bondsman Las Vegas?
  • What are bail bondsman Las Vegas?
  • How is bail determined?
  • How much does a bail bond cost at bail bondsman Las Vegas?
  • How does the bail bond process work?
  • Once bail is paid, how long before release from jail?


Our bail bonds referral services allow our clients to get in touch with the proper agency.  The bail bond agencies role is simple: you pay the premium of the bail. The premium is just a fraction of the bail. If at that time, you can’t afford it, you can use collateral or get help from someone close to you.