Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are some of the most common arrests in Las Vegas for residents and tourists. In Nevada the legal limit for Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is o.o8. If a driver is found to be above this legal limit they will be arrested and placed in jail.
Brooks Brothers Bail Bonds provide DUI and DWI bail bonds for individuals arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or other controlled substances. After being arrested for a DUI in Las Vegas there will be a hearing where the judge will set a bail amount. Should the defendant be unable to pay the total bail they can either remain in custody or obtain a DUI bail bond for a percentage of the total cost of bail from a professional bail bondsmen such as those here at Brooks Brothers Bail Bonds.
Whether a driver was pulled over for suspicion of DUI or pulled at a DUI checkpoint during a holiday or special event in Las Vegas, it is typical that the officer would conduct a field sobriety test and ask the driver to perform a breathalyzer. The officer will determine, based on the results of these various tests, if they believe the driver to be impaired and if an arrest is warranted.
Should you or a loved one be arrested for DUI in Las Vegas a preliminary hearing will be arranged and a bail amount set to guarantee a return to court for his or her trial. Typically, a defendant cannot afford to pay the entire amount of the bond. This is when Brooks Brothers Bail Bonds can help. By paying just a small percentage of the total, our professional bail bondsmen will arrange a release from jail, very similarly as if the entire bail amount were posted.
Regardless of whether a full bail amount is paid or a bail bondsmen posts on a considerably lesser percentage of the total bail cost, the defendant must still return for their appointed court date. It is not uncommon that for tourists arrested on DUI charges in Las Vegas, a larger bail be placed to ensure their return to court.
Contact Brooks Brothers Bail Bonds 24/7 to begin your bail process.