If you’ve been contacted by someone who has asked for help posting bail bonds, it’s natural to want to do everything you can to help get this person out of jail fast.
What most people don’t realize is that this is not a time to be making emotionally-charged decisions. A bail bonds agreement is a legally binding document so you’ll want to consider the following two points before you sign anything.
How well do you know the defendant? When you cosign for bail bonds in Nevada, you’re taking full legal responsibility that the defendant will go to court. If they disappear (aka, skip bail) you could find yourself on the hook for their full bail amount.
How responsible / reliable are they? If the person in custody has a steady job, has lived in the area for many years and you know them well, then yes, you should move forward with hiring a Nevada bondsman. On the other hand, if they’re chronically unemployed, don’t have a steady place to live (or they are a habitual couch-surfer) and they are generally irresponsible; that is a different story. This is not the type of situation where you should agree to cosign.
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