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What is required to get someone bailed out of jail through a licensed
Colorado bail bondsman?

This is a very good question.  When hiring a bail bondsman, the agent typically
seeks a qualified co-signer.  If you are unable to find a co-signer there are some
other options we can explore including but not limited to: different forms of
collateral, multiple cosigners, and more.  Call
(720) 984-2245 today for detailed
answers to the most difficult bail bond questions!
What makes a co-signer "qualified"?

A signature bail bond is a financial obligation taken on by a co-signer.  
Basically, someone other than the person jailed must guarantee to us, in
writing, that the defendant will make all of their
court appearances.  We typically
look for signature bail bond co-signers who have stable jobs with verifiable
income.  Some ways we verify income includes pay-stubs, W-2's, and pensions
documents.  We understand that every bond is different and we will go the
distance to figure a way to help you out.  Sometimes, collateral may be offered
to secure a bail bond,
 should the co-signer situation not be ideal.  
What types of collateral are pledged?

A collateral bail bond may be used if a co-signer is not necessarily qualified.  
We can typically get 99% of our bonds written with
no collateral.  However,
when someone pledges collateral, we make sure to provide a secure place and
the full documentation to ensure the safety and return of your valuables once
the case is finished.  Some examples of collateral include but are not limited to:  
Real Estate, Automobiles/RV's, Mobile Homes, Boats, Gold Jewelry, Assigned
CD's, Cash, Checks, Credit Cards, or an Irrevocable Letter of Credit.  
Sometimes, full collateral may be a requirement, but we often get
collateral bail
bonds written with a fraction of the full amount, if no other options prevail.
Why choose to use a bondsman?  
What happens if the defendant misses court?

A Bondsman is an insurance agent who protects the co-signer(s) and
defendant(s) from having to put up the full amount of the bail with the courts.  A
Bondsman does this by charging an insurance premium which is usually 10%
or 15%.  Then, the bondsman undertakes the full
responsibility of the bail bond
amount with the courts.  This is why we look for good qualified cosigners.  

If the defendant misses court, the Bondsman can get them back in to see the
Judge without the defendant getting arrested.  This is a service we provide
without it costing any more money.  We are here to protect you.  

In order to receive this "consent of surety" or permission to stay on the bond,
the defendant and/or the cosigner must call the bondsman ASAP and let them
know they
missed court.  This is our service.  We take pride in being able to
help people who would otherwise be up a creek without a paddle!

Ultimately, the co-signer(s) would be responsible for the full amount of the bail
bond, should the defendant skip court and not call us.  
Call Today! We are here to help!
(720) 984-2245
Do I have a warrant in Denver?  Is there a bench warrant out for my arrest in Denver,
Colorado?  How do I find warrants info in Denver, CO?  These are questions you may be
asking yourself if you think you may have a warrant.  This can be the scariest things for
someone. It can make that person with the warrant feel hopeless.  No worries!  Denver
walk through bail bonds are so fast and easy!  We can usually have you in and out
within 2 hours tops.  99% of walk-Thru bail bonds take much less than that.  There are
different kinds of warrants in Denver.  Missed court?  This is the most simple kind of fix
for a warrant, usually less than an hour, because we are the fastest!  Sometimes
warrants are issued because someone is being accused of a crime they were never
arrested on.  These warrants, whether felony or misdemeanor, usually take right around
Denver Bondsman immediately afterwards.  These are usually known as 'Denver police
Denver Bondsman immediately afterwards.  These are usually known as 'Denver police
warrants' or 'Denver affidavit warrant'.  Other times, a Judge or Magistrate may order a
warrants' or 'Denver affidavit warrant'.  Other times, a Judge or Magistrate may order a
warrant in Colorado.  This means that you are required to turn yourself in the night
warrant in Colorado.  This means that you are required to turn yourself in the night
before court so you may see the judge in the morning.  These are typically known as
'bench warrants', 'court warrants', or 'summons to appear in court warrants'.  These are
usually for certain crimes such as domestic violence, assault, felony menacing, violation
of a restraining order or protection order, violation of probation or parole, and other
assaulkt related misdemeanors and felony warrants.  The sheriff office and jail are
sometimes required to keep you in booking or a holding cell in the detention center to
see the judge in the morning.  Denver Bondsman has a bail bondsman on staff who can
call and find out the court times and location and find the bail once it is set.  
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