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When a person is arrested in Jefferson County, Denver County or elsewhere in Colorado they are brought to jail and processed. After being informed of the charges against them they are offered bail from a bail schedule. If the charge is fairly inconsequential the accused may have enough cash on their person to pay the bail outright, or they may be able to use a credit card to pay the bail.

In instances when the bail amount is more than a perso...

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It is estimated that at least five million Americans have open warrants on them issued at the state level. At the Federal level, that number is nearly one million and climbs every day. Considering how many open arrest warrants there are it's understandable that some people want to know whether there might be a warrant out for them related to some long-ago infraction. But how would they find out? The short answer is a warrant search. The slightl...

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If you have been arrested securing your release on bail as soon as possible is of paramount importance. One way to facilitate that process is to understand the players involved and their roles so that you don’t waste time talking to the wrong person about something that’s potentially important. One area where people often get confused is understanding the difference between the bail bond agent and the bail bond clerk. First off, is there a di...

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Let’s say that for some reason the police arrested you. They brought you to jail, fingerprinted you and informed you of the charges against you. They then checked the bail schedule and told you how much it would cost to gain your release (the bail amount) pending your day in court. You then contacted a bail bond agent who posted your bond and you went home shortly thereafter.

Great. The system worked as intended and you are free to resume y...

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Getting arrested is likely to arouse a variety of feelings, not many of them good. You’ll no doubt be angry, resentful and to a certain extent, you’re likely to feel a sense of disbelief that it’s happening to you. As you’re sitting in the patrol car or police van, anger and resentment are likely to morph into fear and uncertainty. Where will they take you? Will you be safe? How do you notify loved ones of your predicament? How do you contact ...

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An active warrant is an order signed by a judge that empowers the police to arrest you and hold you until your scheduled day in court. If you have reason to believe there is an active warrant afoot with your name on it there are two ways you can deal with it. You can simply ignore it and wait for the police to come knocking on your Lakewood door, or you can get in touch with an attorney or bail bond agent (or both) and adopt a proactive appro...

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Run-ins with the law are often played out in public creating secondary issues beyond the problems caused by the alleged crime. The more time you spend publicly dealing with an arrest and the attendant fallout the more your private and professional lives are likely to suffer. As such, it’s in your interest to keep things associated with your legal troubles as low key as possible, and working with a bail bond agent is a great way to do that. A ba...

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Sunday, March 03, 2024 Mike Tayler
Anytime you bail out a friend or loved one you’re taking a chance. If the accused heads for the hills after being released and is never heard from again you are going to lose and lose big. If you paid cash instead of using a bondsman that cash will be forfeited. If you posted a property bond the court may foreclose on your house and sell it to get the bail amount, and if you enlisted the help of a bail bonds agent they are going to come knockin...
Saturday, November 19, 2022
When a person has been arrested there’s a lot going through their mind and it can sometimes be difficult to take a step back, take a breath and make sound decisions. One mistake a lot of people who have been arrested in Denver County, Golden, and elsewhere in Colorado make is deciding to act as their own bail bond agent by paying their own bail. Certainly, if they have the means it’s entirely legal for them to do so, but just because you can...
Sunday, March 03, 2024
Although those in favor of eliminating the centuries-old bail bonds system suffered a much deserved setback last year in the Colorado state senate, that hasn’t stopped them from trying to saddle taxpayers with their backward, short-sighted ideas. In fact, as you read this lobbyists are working the corridors of power in Denver trying to get legislators behind new efforts to eliminate cash bail. In its stead they propose using a deeply flawed com...

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