Most defendants who are arrested in Nevada will be allowed to post bail bonds after they’re booked into custody, but there are some times when the person in custody will be required to see a judge before that decision is made. Below is a list of reasons why defendants may not be allowed to immediately hire a bondsman.
They are on probation or parole: As a general rule of thumb, if the defendant has been in trouble with the law in the past and they are currently under the supervision of a probation or parole officer, they will not be allowed to post bail bonds until they see a judge. When they do see a judge, it will be up to them to decide whether they will allow that hold to be lifted.
They have been arrested on a capital offense: If someone is arrested for a crime that could be penalized by the death penalty, they may be assigned a no-bail hold. In this case, the court will consider that defendant to be a very big flight risk due to the serious nature of the charges.
They have an ICE hold: Although most counties no longer honor ICE holds for extended periods of time, if an undocumented defendant has been arrested and charged with a serious and/or violent felony, they may be assigned an immigration hold. If the defendant does have an immigration hold that matter will need to be sorted out with ICE before bail bonds can be posted.
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