Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year Las Vegas!

First and foremost be safe out there tonight (and for the rest of the holiday weekend for that matter). The word is that tonight, police will be out in full-force and have little tolerance for misbehavior. That's not to say, folks won't be able to let loose at all the parties, downtown, and outdoor Las Vegas Strip activities. Just use your heads though. If you have any bail bonds las vegas questions, please feel free to call us anytime this holiday weekend-----we are adequately staffed to service everyone easily. No question is a dumb one and we love giving free bail information and advice with a smile!

Happy New Year everyone and here's to an even better 2011!

A Hope Bail Bonds
South Main Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 825-2245

Monday, December 20, 2010

Floyd Mayweather Jr. arrested again in Las Vegas

In case you have been in Antarctica for the last 2 weeks, Mayweather was arrested again. He was reportedly released on his own recognizance.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Bail Bonds Updates

Rumorville: Sources tell us that a bail bondsman who was arrested in a murder-for-hire scheme (which thankfully was never fully executed) is now running for mayor. Keep in mind most agents in the Las Vegas bail bonds industry are not like this. This is not so strange for a town like this considering the mayoral history we've had here. Each of the (in my opinion) questionable mayors we've had have actually turned out ok. Thank goodness.

Keep in mind, you can call us or visit us on the web for 24 hour a day information on bail bonds in Las Vegas.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Why are would-be criminals being released for FREE?

That's right.....Pretrial release programs are taking folks arrested, who can otherwise afford to bail themselves out, and releasing them on your tax payer dime! Mind you, they are being released without securing a bail bonds through a bondsman who can ensure the public their appearance in court. These O.R.s (know as releases inmates' "own recognizance") are being handed out like candy by your local major detention facility. So the next time you think Las Vegas law enforcement is really being diligent in getting "drunk" drivers off the streets, just know that that drunk is likely to be booked into jail for about 12 hours and then cut loose on his or her "promise" to come back to court.