Aurora bail bonds

How To Get Permission To Leave The State While On Bond?

Being arrested can be difficult but what makes it harder is if you have been arrested or the one you know is arrested in another state. In case it is in Colorado, you can call for Aurora bail bonds. As long as you are released on a bail bond, you will have to adhere to several conditions. If you failed to follow the conditions set on the bail bond, it can be revoked and you will be escorted back to jail.  One of these conditions is not moving to a new state or leaving the state while you are on bail.

By | 2022-08-03T06:02:44-06:00 August 4th, 2022|Bail Bonds, Blog|

Bail Bonds For Women And How To Avail One

Before the Reproductive Health Equity Act, Colorado was one of few states that allowed an abortion at any point in pregnancy. A minor must notify at least one parent if they get the procedure. State health insurance can not pay for an abortion unless a patient’s life is at risk, other than that there are no waiting periods or restrictions.  Last June 25, the Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that recognized women’s constitutional right to abortion. The court in a 6-3 ruling powered by its conservative majority upheld a Republican-backed Mississippi law that bans abortion after

By | 2022-07-21T07:17:51-06:00 July 21st, 2022|Bail Bonds, Blog|

4 Discreet Services Provided By Bail Bond Companies

Getting arrested or arresting someone isn't usually something you want to boast about or publicize. A bail bond business is often the greatest alternative for protecting your employment or keeping information from family and friends. Gladly, Aurora bail bonds are always available and easy to reach out to. A bail bond company can not only help you save money on bail, but they also offer services to keep things private and quiet. Learn about the many ways and processes taken by a bail bond company to protect your personal information while going through the bail bond process. Often, you'll need one

By | 2022-07-05T06:58:28-06:00 July 7th, 2022|Bail Bonds, Blog|

Domestic Violence Under Colorado Law

According to the Colorado law C.R.S 18-6-800.3(1), domestic violence is "an act of violence or threatening violence to a person to whom the victim is intimately involved and has been involved intimately in the past." Intimate relationships do not only apply to people living together or to married people. It could also refer to former spouses, spouses, children, domestic partners, boyfriends, girlfriends, and roommates.  Domestic violence contains physical, emotional, verbal, and sexual abuse. It can also pertain to any other crime against a person or their property, such as a pet, used to control, coerce, intimidate,

By | 2021-02-09T09:57:06-07:00 February 15th, 2021|Bail Bonds|