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DENVER COLORADO EXPRESS BAIL BONDS Express Bail Bonds is located one block south of the Denver downtown detention center in Denver Colorado. We are the closest bail bond agency to the new Denver jail / detention center. Serving Colorado as a bail bondsman since 1988 we know the bail bonding business and court system. Express bail bonds would be happy to answer your questions and help you post the bail and defend yourself in the judicial system of our state. It is important for you to protect your rights and consult with legal counsel in criminal court cases. We can meet you at the detention center or jail or at our office for your convenience. Express Bail Bonds Express Bail Bonds Denver Colorado post criminal bail bonds in all city and county courts and detention centers. Some other bail bond situations you may come to need are immigration bail bonds and car impound bail bonds, we do not post these types of bonds at this time because we specialize in criminal court bail bonds. Below we have listed some phone numbers of companies that provide these services, we don't have any affiliation to any of these companies so we advise you ask any questions you may have and using your own judgment if you choose to contract with any business listed. Immigration Bail Bonds: Gonzales & Gonzales Immigration bail bonds (303)451-7221 or 1-800-628-8888 Ins- Ice Bail Bonds National 1-800-224-5937 Action Immigration Bail Bonds 1-800-940-8889 At Liberty Bail Bonds (720)663-1811 • How Bail Works Bail is a procedure by which a Judge or a Magistrate sets at liberty one who has been arrested or imprisoned, upon receipt of security to ensure the released prisoner's later appearance in court for further proceedings. Release from custody is ordinarily affected by posting a sum of money, or a bond, although originally bail included the delivery of other forms of property, such as title to real estate. The principal use of bail in modern legal systems is to secure the freedom, What are the release options if someone is arrested? There are five basic release options available. The five options are:- Cash Bail - Cash bail means a person must give the court the total amount of the bail in cash. The cash will be held by the court until the defendant appears to all of his/her court cases and the case is concluded. Full cash bonds provide a powerful incentive for the defendant to appear in court. If the defendant appears for all of his/her scheduled court appearances, the cash bail should be returned in full. Surety Bond - An alternative to cash bail is a surety bond. This process involves a contractual undertaking guaranteed by an admitted insurance company having adequate assets to satisfy the face value of the bond. The bail agent guarantees to the court that they will pay the bond forfeiture if a defe▯da▯t fails to appear for their s▯heduled ▯ourt appeara▯▯es. The ▯ail age▯t’s guara▯tee is ▯ade through a surety company and/or by pledging property owned by the bail agent. Property Bond - In rare cases an individual may be released by posting a property bond with the court. With a property bond, the court records a lien on the property to secure the bail amount. If the defendant fails to appear in court as scheduled, the court may foreclose on the property to obtain the forfeited bail amount. Release on Personal (Own) Recognizance (P.R.) - Another method of release, pending trial, is through a county or law enforcement administered pre-trial release program. Usually, the employees of these programs interview defendants in custody and make recommendations to the court regarding the release of these individuals on their own recognizance (i.e., without any financial security to insure the defendants return). Release on Citation (Cite Out) - This procedure involves the issuance of a citation by the arresting officer to the arrestee, informing the arrestee that he/she must appearin court at an appointed court date. How much does a bail bond (surety bond) cost? In Colorado, the bail premium (fee) is 15% or $50 minimum. Typically for bonds $5,000 or larger we charge 10% of the full bail amount with approved cosigner. For example, if the bail amount is $10,000, the premium charged is $1,000. Most detention facilities charge bonding, booking, or filing fees of $5- $50 each. When will collateral be returned? Collateral is usually returned when the court finishes with the defendants case(s), exonerating the bail bond(s), and when all fees have been paid.You must deliver bond release documents to Bonding Agent. How long does it take to get released from jail? It typically takes anywhere from 15 minutes to 1 hour to be released on bail in a Municipal or City Jail. If a defendant is booked into a county jail it usually takes anywhere from 2 to 8 hours to be released on bail. Contact us Posting Bail Bonds in All City and County Jails and Police Departments in Colorado Including:- • Denver City and County Van Cise-Simonet Detention Center is one block north of our office • Aurora Municipal Court and Detention Center, Adams County In Brighton Colorado • Arapahoe County Centennial Colorado, and Doulglas County Castle Rock Colorado • Jefferson County Courts and Detention Center in Golden Colorado • Weld County in Greeley Colorado 1304 Elati Street Denver CO 80204 Call Toll Free 1-888-883-7336 / 1-888-88FREEME firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.expressbailbonds.com/_index.php http://www.facebook.com/denvercoloradobailbonds
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