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Services we offer at Arapahoe County Bail Bonds:

If you’re arrested and jailed for a crime the judge may set bail for you. This means that, by posting a cash bond, you promise the court to return on a given date for a hearing. If you fail to appear, you may forfeit the money. Often, the amount of bail set by the court appears considerable. Much of this depends on the seriousness of the crime for which you’ve been charged, guilty or not, but it gives you the opportunity to get back onto the street and pursue your normal activities until the date of the hearing.

Since the courts are usually very busy and the court date for you hearing may be distant, perhaps even months, you naturally prefer to post bond and get back to work rather than languish in a jail cell for a considerable time. ,

That’s where Arapahoe County Bail Bonds comes in. Our concern is not your guilt or innocence. Rather, we realize that many don’t have the ready cash to post bond, and from a jail cell, seeking other means of raising a quick cash loan is nearly impossible. That is what justifies the existence of a bail bondsman.

A relative or friend can come to our offices and arrange for us to post bond for you and have you released from jail very quickly, usually in only a matter of an hour to two. If necessary, we can come to the jail and assist you. In any case, being a licensed and bonded company, we are in a position to post bond to permit your immediate release.

While it is possible for us to post bond for a person upon we can place great reliance, almost always we, in order to protect ourselves, must insist upon your signing over some form of collateral to assure us that you will appear on the due court date and our involvement will be ended. For that, we charge a non-refundable fee, a percentage of the amount of bond posted.

The laws governing bail and defendants in the State of Colorado are clear and fair. As you might imagine, a company such as Arapahoe County Bail Bonds must be licensed by the State of Colorado as well as have an appointment from an insurance company or alternatively, be qualified as a cash bonding agent.In addition to the above, the Arapahoe County Detention Facility charges a $10 non-refundable cash fee for each bond.

Other fees may also be involved. and protect both the rights of you (the defendant) and the rights as well as the responsibilities of the bonding agent. As you might imagine, a company such as Arapahoe County Bail Bonds must be licensed by the State of Colorado as well as have an appointment from an insurance company or alternatively, be qualified as a cash bonding agent.

In addition to the above, the Arapahoe County Detention Facility charges a $10 non-refundable cash fee for each bond. Other fees may also be involved. and protect both the rights of you (the defendant) and the rights as well as the responsibilities of the bonding agent.

As you might imagine, a company such as Arapahoe County Bail Bonds must be licensed by the State of Colorado as well as have an appointment from an insurance company or alternatively, be qualified as a cash bonding agent.

In order that you follow through and do your part, it is very necessary for you to remain at your place of residence, and appear before the judge on the proper date. If you fail to appear, Arapahoe County Bail Bonds may have to forfeit the bond it has deposited.

For this reason, you may be asked for collateral such as real property or other items of agreed-upon value to secure the amount of the bond. When bail is as high as $50,000 or even much higher, no bonding agent can afford to take such losses and remain in business.

In the event that you lack the wherewithal to offer any collateral in exchange for the bond Arapahoe County Bail Bonds might post, family or even friends may guarantee your bond by posting collateral. If you fail to appear, this would work a serious hardship on those who co-signed for the bail as well as create a possible lifelong future rift between you and friends or family members. As you may imagine, the Arapahoe County Bail Bonds Company is considered high risk because of the possibility of a defendant not appearing before the judge thereby causing the company to lose a considerable amount of money.

If you fail to appear, we not only lose the bond money posted by the Arapahoe County Bail Bonds, but the court will issue a warrant for your arrest and revoke the bond, or it may increase the amount of bail.

Also, if you flee, Arapahoe County Bail Bonds has the legal right to look for and apprehend you just as would an officer of the law, and escort you to the court. We’ve all heard of bounty hunters from old western movies. In today’s world, this refers to trained persons, often former law enforcement officers, who track down a defendant with force if necessary. These too are licensed by the State of Colorado and understand their rights and obligations. Being pursued by a bounty hunter is a very unpleasant situation and one that should be avoided at all costs.

If you find yourself in the humiliating position of having been arrested and locked in jail, your first best bet is to call Arapahoe County Bail Bonds at 303-778-0026. This is important because remaining in jail is very uncomfortable and non-productive. Once Arapahoe County Bail Bonds has posted bail, you will be released and may go home, return to work the next day and continue to earn a living while awaiting our court date.

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