Welcome to Mesquite Bail Bonds

When you are dealing with an arrest in the Mesquite, NV area, you will need to have the right bail bonds agency at your disposal. Not all bail bonds agencies are the same and choosing the wrong one means you may not get the service you deserve. At Mesquite Bail Bonds, the agents are licensed, bonded and insured to provide you with the highest degree of service on all levels. Each agent has many years of experience, are well seasoned, and are capable of working with any court or law enforcement agency in the state.

Starting the Bail Bonds Process

Once you get the news of an arrest your first call should be to your bail bonds agent. At Mesquite Bail Bonds, many of our clients are referred to us by others who have used our services. Word of mouth is the best advertising and offers you a chance to learn about us, first hand from someone who has experience with our agency. When you call our Mesquite, NV bail bond office, an agent will immediately start the bail bonds process by gathering the information they need. You can then complete the process over the phone, in person or in a digital format, such as email or fax.

The next step is securing the bond by paying the 10% premium. The 10% premium is mandated by the state and is non-refundable. The amount is non-negotiable and is equal to 10% of the total amount of the bond being processed. The premium can be paid in cash, personal check, money order, cashier's check, or credit/debit card. If you are paying by cash, check or money order, you will need to stop by the office or have our agent come to you to finalize the agreement. If you are paying digitally, the payment can be processed over the phone at 702-342-1019, saving additional time and expediting the process.

During the application process, the bail bonds will go over the bail bond agreement so that you know all of your rights and responsibilities as a co-signer. They will answer any questions you may have and provide you with any additional information you may need concerning the court and the defendant's scheduled appearances. Once the application process has been completed, the next step is to go to the jail and post the bond. 

When your loved one is released into the custody of the bail bonds agent, they will be informed of their legal rights as they pertain to being released on “bond”. They will be advised of their court date and if there were any stipulations put in place by the court. The defendant must agree to appear at all hearings that are scheduled by the court as well as remain within the court's jurisdiction while they are out on bond.

When working with a bail bonds agency, it's important to be as transparent as possible when it comes to the defendant's location and their personal information. A bail bond agent requires check-ins that are set up for daily or weekly, depending on the nature of the charges. The defendant must also notify the bail bonds agency of any changes in their personal information that includes:

  • Change of address
  • Change of phone number or email
  • Change of employment

While this may seem unimportant to many, it shows a sense of responsibility and willingness to assume responsibility for their actions. If the defendant follows the guidelines and does everything they can to work with the bail bonds agent, they will do the same and go the extra mile to make sure the defendant has everything they need to get through this difficult and trying time.

These are just a few of the questions our bail bonds agents hear on a regular basis. Don't allow stress to get the best of you! If you have any other questions, we encourage you to call our office at 702-342-1019 or visit us at:

Mesquite Bail Bonds

450 Hillside Dr. #106
Las Vegas, NV 89027

Available 24hrs Free Bail Bond Information

If you need bail, please fill out the form above. We'll respond as soon as possible, often times within just minutes.


They have a reputation of always exceeding the expectations of their clients. I know many of my clients have recommended them to their friends because of their diligence and professionalism. - Los Angeles DUI Attorney

Agents are friendly, compassionate, and professional. My clients who have used them will often recommend them to others because of the quality of service they receive. Couldn't ask for better when it comes to protecting my client's rights. - Orange County Criminal Attorney

I know many of the agents personally and am glad my clients have them on their side. They always make sure the applications are complete and no stone is left unturned when it comes to helping their clients get through a difficult time. - San Diego Criminal Attorney

No other bail bond company comes close to service and dependability. If you need a bail company in Nevada call this people right away. - Los Angeles Criminal Attorney

Have you or a loved one been placed under arrest in or near the Las Vegas area? Mesquite Bail Bonds is the top choice for individuals who need bail bonds service that's both reliable and professional.

See if Your Bail Question is Answered Below!


For many people, hiring a bail bond agent is an alien experience they have never had to deal with before. They have questions and are often afraid of what the answers may be. The agents at Mesquite Bail Bonds are here to dispel the rumors and make sure both the co-signer and the defendant understand exactly what is going on during the process. They will also make it very clear as to what is expected of both parties after the defendant has been released from jail.

Many people don't have extra money in their savings account to cover a bail bond. Even covering the 10% premium may be a hardship for someone who lives from paycheck to paycheck. Mesquite Bail Bonds offers payment plans for individuals who qualify for that type of arrangement. We understand how important is to have every member of the household available when it comes to supporting the family. Our agents will work with you to make sure you have the resources available to you that will allow you to get your loved one out of jail.

Even though the ability to be bailed out of jail is a Constitutional right, there are times when bail may be denied. This is somewhat rare and the judge will explain the reasoning behind his decision. It's not a decision that is made lightly and the judge must have sound reason for coming to that conclusion. Bail can be denied due to:

  • Fear that the defendant will flee the court's jurisdiction
  • Unwillingness to comply with the court's demands
  • The crime the defendant was charged with is extremely violent and malicious and resulted in injuries to another person or even death
  • Fear that the defendant may harm themselves or others if left unattended or without adequate supervision

In order for the judge to make this decision, he or she must have weighed all of the factors in the case and chosen the best possible outcome for the court, the public, and the defendant.

The important thing about obtaining a bail bond is that it allows you to return to your normal life. Your family needs your support and by posting bond and obtaining an early release, you are allowed to return to work and resume your financial responsibility to your family. It also gives you a prime opportunity to hire an attorney and begin to prepare your case. You have the chance to get your life and personal obligations in order if you are put back in jail after sentencing and also allows you to be proactive when it comes to making sure your family is cared for.

After your release from jail, you must check in with your bail bonds agent regularly. While it is the main way for them to make sure they know where you are at all times, it also means you have access to the latest information about your case. Your attorney will also have this information, but in some cases, your bail bonds agent will be notified first because of the financial obligation they have to the court to make sure you or your loved one remain in compliance. Your bail bonds agent is available 24 hours a day, any day of the year to answer questions or concerns that may arise.

The difference between a forfeiture and a revocation is simple. A revocation occurs when the court or the co-signer determine that the defendant is no longer in compliance with the court's demands. They may not be checking in properly or the co-signer may become aware of specific activities that could put the defendant in danger. During a revocation, the court or the co-signer can ask that they be relieved of the obligation of the bond. The bond will be released and the defendant will be returned to jail until their scheduled court date.

A forfeiture is something the court is responsible for. Basically, it says that the defendant is no longer in compliance and must be returned to jail. This is often the case when a defendant skips bail or receives new charges. If the defendant leaves the jurisdiction of the court and cannot be returned to jail, the co-signer becomes financially responsible for the full amount of the bail and must pay it upon the demand of the court and the bail bonds agency. In most cases, the court will give the bail bond agent a specific amount of time to return the defendant back into custody. If the defendant is returned to custody, the bond is released and the co-signer is no longer obligated to the court.

If you have questions concerning bail bonds or need the services of a reliable bail bonds agent call us today or visit our office!

Mesquite Bail Bonds
450 Hillside Dr. #106
Las Vegas, NV


Our Satisfied Customers

Jacob R.

Mesquite, NV

5.0 5.0

"Our agent was professional and answered all of our questions. Took the stress and frustration out of the process. Didn't hesitate to help anytime we had concerns."

Hillary S.

Mesquite, NV

5.0 5.0

"We got our call at 2 a.m. We called the office and they were ready to help at a moment's notice. Our son was home by noon the next day."

Paul H.

Mesquite, NV

5.0 5.0

"We've never had to deal with an arrest before. We called the office and they took care of everything over the phone. Very professional and knowledgeable."