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Once a person has been arrested and charged with a crime the wheels of the justice system are set in motion and a number of things will occur:

  • The accused will be taken into custody and booked.
  • They will be fingerprinted and photographed.
  • Their personal property will be confiscated and held while they remain in custody.
  • A criminal record check will be performed. As well as a check for any outstanding warrants.
  • The will be placed in...


Jumping Bail

Once arrested and charged the accused are given the opportunity to return home to await their trial rather than sit in jail for days, weeks or months. The accused may be released on their own recognizance or, more likely, they will be required to make bail or post a bond in order to obtain their release. The bail system exists to help insure that, once released, the accused has sufficient motivation to appear in court to face the charges agains...


Requesting Reduced Bail

The 8th amendment to the US constitution states in just a few succinct words that “excessive bail shall not be required…” This is intended to protect the accused from public servants who might abuse the bail system to keep a person in jail indefinitely. As any Arapahoe County bail bonds agent can tell you bail itself is hardly a new idea. Way back in 1275 the English parliament passed a law that defined exactly what was and what wasn’t a bailab...


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