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Arrested In Las Vegas?

Arrested in Las Vegas?

The Fastest Way to get Out of Jail

With a fantastic night life, Las Vegas can be a very exotic and electrifying city for amusement and fun. Unfortunately, most of the fun revolves around drinking and everyone knows how easy it is for that to get out of hand. If you make the mistake of drinking and driving, or if your drinking leads to any type of chaos, chances are you’re going to be arrested. After all, the local law enforcement officers patrol the city and the Las Vegas strip area looking for any signs of trouble. If your activity causes the police to stop and speak with you, here are a few things to remember:

  1. Be polite and respectful. Most officers understand that you’re trying to have fun. If you’re respectful, chances are they will be as well.
  2. If you are placed under arrest, stop speaking. You probably want to tell your side of the story, but don’t. You may end up getting yourself in more trouble.
  3. If you are arrested, you will be going to jail. Some officers try to maintain a level of calmness by explaining that you are just being detained, or that you will be released quickly from the jail. Neither is true.
  4. Have a Bail Bondsmen’s number handy. Luckily for you, we have one for you can use. It’s ours (702) 989-8688.
  5. Try to remain calm

Once your at the jail, it may take a few hours before you are “booked” into the system. Again, be polite to the jail staff including the corrections officers. They will make the process move quickly or slowly for you depending on your attitude. After you have been completely processed, use the free phone system the jail has and call your friends or family members. Remember, the telephone numbers you call must be a 702 area code for the call to remain free of charge. Or, you may call a bondmen and ask them to notify your friends or family of your arrest. Our agency is set up to ensure that you are able to communicate with friends and family. So the message of this article is don’t get arrested, but if you do, remain calm and give us a call (702) 989-8688.