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The bail bonds process is full of laws, practices, and requirements that can become overpowering for anyone. If you, a friend or loved one ends up needing bail, finding an approved bondsman in Elbert County Bail Bonds, Colorado, is important toward securing the release of friend or family member. At Elbert County Bail Bonds Bail Bonds we are committed to assisting our clients in navigating the legal system in a stress-free and welcoming environment.
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Instead of having to spend countless hours at the jail you can complete all of the bail bond documents from your computer, smartphone or tablet in under 10 minutes.
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Jail Fees: Fees are around $40 in Elbert County
Paperwork/Fingerprints: All paperwork and fingerprinting must be done before the defendant’s release. At Elbert County Bail Bonds, we are here to guide you through the process.
Release Time: Once all the requirements are met, typical release times are 2-8 hours.
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On Call 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Our team of Licensed Colorado Bail Bonds will explain and lead you through every step of the bail bond process.
We promise each client, endorser, and defendant a polite and experienced bail bond service in a kind and helpful environment.
Understanding Bail Bonds And what you need to know
Due to unfortunate circumstances, one could find oneself up behind bars for a variety of reasons.
If that happened, could you bail yourself out? Would it be better to use a bond agency? And what would that mean for you?
Having people you know who could bail you out certainly makes things more comfortable, but most people don’t have friends and family in this position. Understanding the rules and regulations of bail bonds will put you in a better position.
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Minutes away, Our team of licensed bondsman are ready and waiting.
When family or friends don’t have the means to bail someone out, a bail agency or licensed bondsman is usually where people turn to for advice and help.
We’re a family-owned, local bail bond agency with generations of experience in the bail bond industry.
Online Bail Bonds
No one wants to do paperwork when they’re worried. Our online bail bonds system is a speedy, easily available, and safe means to get the process started.
Don’t stress doing the forms at the jail – finish the process in under 10 minutes using any device.
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE Elbert County Sheriff’s Office
People arrested in Elbert County could be found in the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office. Our Licensed Bail Bond agents are minutes away at all times ready to post bail and get you or a loved one home fast.
Elbert County Sheriff’s Office
Elbert County Sheriff’s Office Jail
How Bail Bonds Work In Elbert County
A defendant must be fully booked (with fingerprints cleared) before a bond is accepted, which can take around 3-6 hours. Bail bonds need to be submitted before 9:00 pm, so post bond as soon as possible to allow enough time for booking to finish.
Important Phone Numbers
Non-Emergency Help 303-621-2027
Cash Bail – The bail amount is paid in cash, which is kept until the accused appears for the hearing.
Surety Bond – A bail agent will pay the bail if the accused does not come for the hearing.
Release on Citation (Cite Out) – The accused gets a citation informing him or her to appear in court at the time and date of the hearing.
Release on Personal (Own) Recognizance (P.R.) – Pretrial release that does not require payment.
Property Bond – On occasion a defendant may post valuable items to the court for bail. If the defendant does not appear at the hearing this property may be taken.
Some Types Of Bonds We Service:
Felony Bail Bonds
In the US, the distinction between a felony and a misdemeanor is general. Typically a felony is an offense that is punished by more than one year. If it’s punished by less than one year, it’s defined as a misdemeanor.
Traffic Bail Bonds
A court can issue a warrant for unpaid traffic tickets, and this just happens to be the most common type of arrest warrant. Unfortunately, tickets are easy to forget, and then you’re in handcuffs.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
Domestic violence can be defined broadly. It can mean any wrongdoing committed to manipulate, force, intimidation, punishment, get revenge, etc. For example, if a roommate breaks something of yours that can constitute domestic violence.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
Knowing that you have an active arrest warrant will help you. You can arrange for a bond before you get arrested. Once the bond gets approved, you can turn yourself in at a time of your choosing and know that you will not spend time in jail.
DUI Bail Bonds
In Colorado, there are three varieties of compromised driving:
DUI. Operating machinery under the influence of alcohol, drugs or a combination.
DWAI. Operating machinery while “ability impaired,” under the influence of drugs/alcohol or a combination.
DUI per se. Operating machinery with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or more is called “DUI per se.”