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Broomfield Colorado, Bail Bonds
When you find out that your loved one has been arrested in Broomfield, Colorado, the first thing you should do is find a good bail bondsman. Find bail bonds in Broomfield County from a bondsman who proves themselves to be available and reliable—someone who is located close by and who will work 24/7 to help bring your friend or family member back home.
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Jail Fees: In Broomfield there is a $30 booking fee and a $10 bond fee.
Paperwork/Fingerprints: All paperwork and fingerprints have to be completed prior to release. We at Broomfield Bail Bonds will help you through the process.
Release Time: Once everything is done, typical release times in Broomfield are 1-4 hours.
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The Best Bail Bonds in Broomfield County
Broomfield Bail Bonds is the best place to turn! We’re dedicated to helping people just like you through difficult situations.
Come find us hard at work by the Broomfield Detention Center and see for yourself. Our number-one priority is getting your loved one home quickly and hassle-free. Our various payment plans will make the process as simple and painless as possible. We also offer both cash and surety bond options.
If you’re going through the process of finding a reliable bail bondsman for the first time, you might find all of this confusing and stressful. Know that you’re not alone. We at Broomfield Bail Bonds want to help you feel confident about your decision in a bail bondsman.
The Bail Process
The first step in finding a good bail bondsman is understanding bail.
While some people will remain in jail until their court date, others get released on bail. Bail is a payment—usually either in cash or property—that lets the defendant go free until his or her trial date. During the defendant’s arraignment, factors such as the nature of the crime committed and the criminal history of the defendant contribute to the determination of the bail amount.
When bail is paid, the defendant agrees to appear in court at the proper date and time. As long as the defendant honors their agreement, they will get most of their money back. However, if the defendant fails to appear on the court date, they will lose their money.
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The Bail Bondsman’s Role
Not all defendants can afford to pay their bail.
While family members may be able to pay bail for some defendants, this isn’t an option for everyone. That’s why bail bondsmen exist. A bail bondsman can cover the bail you can’t afford. Usually, they charge 10% for their services. The defendant and/or family members will pay the bail bondsman back according to the payment plan they have agreed to.
When bail is paid, the defendant (the person being released on bail) agrees to show up in court. As long as the defendant fulfills their obligation to appear in court, there won’t be any issues. However, in the case that the defendant fails to appear to court, there are serious consequences. The bail bondsman has the right to hunt down the defendant and sue them for the bail money. This is in addition to the defendant being searched for by the police and possibly getting additional charges and fees.
Have you decided that getting a bail bondsman is right for you? Go ahead and give Broomfield Bail Bonds a call today! We’re your best option in Broomfield, Colorado, and we want to help you.
Online Bail Bonds
Doing paperwork when you’re worried is unpleasant. We offer a quick, accessible, and safe online bail bonds system.
Avoid having to fill out forms at the jail and finish everything from your current location in around 10 minutes using any device.
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What you need to know about the Broomfield Police Department
People arrested in Broomfield are taken to the Broomfield Detention Center. Our Licensed Bail Bond agents are moments away, any hour, any day, ready to post bail.
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How Bail Bonds Work In Broomfield
A defendant must be fully booked and fingerprints must be cleared, which can take a few hours, before a bond is accepted. Typically a bond will take between 3-6 hours. As most bonds need to be submitted before 9:00 pm, we recommend posting the bond as early as possible to allow enough time for this process.
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Cash Bail – The bail is paid in cash, which will be held until the defendant’s court appearance.
Surety Bond – A bail agent (backed by a surety company) will pay the total bail amount if the defendant does not appear in court.
Release on Citation (Cite Out) – The arresting officer gives the offender a citation informing them to appear in court on their court date.
Release on Personal (Own) Recognizance (P.R.) – The defendant is released without payment until the court date.
Property Bond – When a defendant posts property and/or insurance to the court instead of money. If the defendant fails to appear for their hearing the property may be foreclosed on.
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Felony Bail Bonds
In the US, the distinction between felony and misdemeanor has to do with length of punishment. A crime that is punishable by more than one year is a felony; less than one year is a misdemeanor.
Traffic Bail Bonds
A court can issue a warrant for unpaid traffic tickets, which is the most common type of arrest warrant. If you forget your citations you could find yourself in handcuffs.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
Domestic violence can mean any crime committed as a means of coercion, control, intimidation, punishment, or revenge. A roommate breaking your stereo as an act of retaliation can constitute domestic violence.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
A person who knows that they have a warrant is in a good position. They can arrange for a bond before actually being arrested. Once the bond is approved they can turn themselves in knowing they will be released and not spend time in jail or risk being arrested in embarrassing circumstances.
DUI Bail Bonds
There are three categories of impaired driving in Colorado:
DUI: “Driving under the influence.” This applies to alcohol, drugs or a combination of both.
DWAI: “Driving while ability impaired.” This also applies to drugs, alcohol or a combination of both.
DUI per se: Driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or more.