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Frequently Asked Questions On Bail Bonds

Q: My friend / family member just got arrested, what should I do?
A: Call us at 720-432-6637, the sooner we get started the quicker they get out of jail.
Q: I'm not on bond but I have a warrant, can you help me?
A: YES!! Call us at 720-432-6637 today to discuss your options before it is too late.
Q: How much does it cost to bond someone out?
A: Each situation is different, sometimes as low as 8% but never more than 15%. Contact us for a free no obligation quote.
Q: I don't own my home is that a problem?
A: Not typically. Collateral is only required on larger bonds (commonly only on Bonds over $10,000) and we accept many forms of collateral in most cases.
Q: How long does it take to get a person out of jail?
A: We post most bonds within an hour of you completing a bail contract and payment. After the bond is posted it can take 1-6 hours to release your loved one from the detention facility.
Q: I missed my court date, what should I do?
A: Don't panic, call us immediately. We will give you a Consent of Surety so you can go get a new court date.
Q: What is a Consent of Surety?
A: It is in simplest terms, a note to the judge from your bondsman that says we agree to continue your bond. Similar to a note from your doctor, when you missed work.
Q: I think the person I bonded out is going to leave town, what can be done?
A: Call us at 720-432-6637 IMMEDIATELY!! We can revoke the bond but we need to act quickly.
Q: Do I get my money back when the person I bonded goes to court?
A: The short answer is no. The money you paid to get your loved one bonded out is not returned. Any money put up as collateral is returned when the case/cases are satisfied and the bond is released.
Q: The person I bonded out missed court, what happens now?
A: Relax! We get them in to see the judge as soon as possible. We have a lot of options but we need to communicate.