Bail Bonds

3 Good Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait it Out in Jail

With 2,121,600 prisoners in 2019, the United States has the highest prison population in the world, with a rate of 737 for every 100,000 people. If you happen to be the subject of an arrest and you end up in jail, you will have an opportunity to obtain temporary release by posting bail. You may also post bail through a bail bond company which can help to go home while your case is still pending in court. A lot of defendants choose to stay in jail to wait for their day in court. The most common reason for this is they

By | 2019-11-10T16:02:25+00:00 November 1st, 2019|Bail Bonds|

Important Bail Bond Facts You Need to Know

As a defendant, indemnitor or co-signer, there are certain things you need to know about bail bonds. While it is true that when a loved one gets arrested, the first thing that comes to mind is to get him/her out of jail as soon as possible. But before knocking on the door of the first bail bond company you see, you should know certain facts about bail. This can help you to be on the same page with the judge, a bail bondsman, and the arresting authorities. The Bail Amount Must Be Fair and Reasonable Pursuant to the Eighth Amendment of

By | 2019-11-04T11:11:55+00:00 October 25th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

6 Important Steps to Get Someone Out of Jail through a Bail Bond

It’s 11:00 in the evening. You are about to call it a night after watching your favorite show on Netflix when you receive a call from your brother. He is booked in Adams County jail for allegedly driving under the influence (DUI). As a normal reaction, you rush to the county jail to help your brother, only to realize that you really aren’t sure what to do. The arrest of a loved one can be a challenge for the entire family. It is important for people to know even just the basics of posting bail. It can help to shorten a

By | 2019-11-04T11:05:47+00:00 October 18th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

8 Factors that Play a Huge Role in the Denial of Bail

Bail is a constitutional right. However, there are certain factors that trigger instances in which suspects are not allowed to post bail after an arrest. Here are a few probable causes that could cause bail to be denied: Capital Offense This is the biggest reason a judge will deny bail. A capital offense is a serious or heinous crime committed by an individual or a group. It includes rape, various forms of murder, kidnapping, treason, espionage, and death due to aircraft hijacking. These are crimes that require suspects to remain locked up even if their case is still in court. Crimes

By | 2019-10-28T09:50:16+00:00 October 11th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

4 Qualifications of an Exceptional Bail Bond Company

If you or a member of your family is facing detention because of a bailable offense in Colorado, it makes sense to think primarily about getting out of jail fast while the case is in the court system, and then arrange for a strong defense. When money is a problem, getting a bail bond is your best solution. Unlike conventional bail, a bail bond may not have to be paid in full value. The bond may be purchased for a certain fee and the total amount is only required if the defendant does not meet one of the major bail bond

By | 2019-10-20T17:01:28+00:00 October 4th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

Benefits of Using Bail Bonds that You Should Know About

Whether you are the one that needs to be released from jail or you are helping a loved one out, it’s hard to see the benefits of getting a bail bond during difficult circumstances. However, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. Here are some of the advantages of hiring an Adams County bondsman to help you or your loved one: You don’t have to pay the full amount of bail. All you need is to provide at least 10% for the Adams County bail bonds agent to take care of handling bail and the paperwork to

By | 2019-10-20T16:54:23+00:00 September 27th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

Why You Should Hire A 24/7 Bail Bondsman

Arrests can happen any time of the day or late at night. Unfortunately a lot of those times are the most inconvenient for loved ones of the person being arrested. Next, you have to come up with the money to pay for the bail amount. If the crime is severe, then the bail will most likely be set high and can reach up to thousands of dollars. Imagine it’s 3:00am and you have to get a loved one out of jail and you need to come up with $2,000. Sounds like a nightmare. This is when hiring a 24/7 Broomfield County

By | 2019-10-20T16:47:10+00:00 September 20th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

How is Bail Set by the Judge?

Bail is the amount of money set by the court when you are prosecuted for a crime. The defendant must pay this amount in order to be released from jail before the trial. Your loved one or family member will get to go home and get on with their normal life as long as they follow the conditions of bail, which is to make sure that they will appear in all scheduled court proceedings. You can post bail and be released from jail through any of the following: Pay the full amount of bail. You can pay the court or county

By | 2019-10-20T16:40:45+00:00 September 13th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

Can You Post Your Own Bail in Colorado?

If you are arrested and consequently placed in jail in Colorado, the very first thing that will come to your mind is to get out of jail as soon as possible. If it’s your first time getting arrested, you may not know how to proceed but posting bail should be your next step. The U.S. judicial system has found a way to allow defendants to avoid spending time in jail while their case is pending in court. By posting bail, a person can obtain the temporary release of a detained loved one and allow the latter to return home to live

By | 2019-10-20T16:39:20+00:00 September 6th, 2019|Bail Bonds|

How to Post Bail in Jefferson County Court

When the judge sets the bail amount it’s usually a large amount of money, depending on the crime that the defendant is being accused of. A 2017 Federal Reserve report  stated that 4 out of 10 Americans are unable to come up with an unplanned expense of $400. So many who are arrested are then forced to stay in jail until the trial date. If you can pay the bail amount, the person in jail will be released immediately. Often, family and friends either take out loans or sell off assets like jewellery to afford bail. If you cannot afford to

By | 2019-09-21T18:28:09+00:00 August 30th, 2019|Bail Bonds|