All County Bail Bonds
 
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All County Bail Bonds, located in Denver, Colorado And Serving The Surrounding Metro Area, provides professional and courteous bail bond services to all of Denver County Jails and Municipality's. Turn to our bail bonding company for crucial information to help you during this tough time.
 
 
How Bail Bonds Work
There are four types of bond that can be posted to ensure a defendant's release from jail. They are Personal Recognizance (PR), Cash, Property, and Surety. See below for the distinction.
Surety Bond
This type of bond is obtained through a bail bondsman. Bondsman are subject to statutory requirements under C.R.S. 12-7-109 and 16-4-112. A defendant can hire a bondsman to guarantee to the court that the he/she will appear at all future court dates. In return, the defendant will pay the bondsman a percentage of his bond.

By statute, bondsman cannot charge more than 15% of the original bond amount. In the event that the defendant does not appear for court, the bondsman is liable to the court for the full amount of the bond. If this happens, the bondsman will send a Bounty Hunter to locate the defendant and retrieve the bondsman's money. Call us at 303-892-6822 to take advantage of our 24-hour free consultation.
 
 
 
 

Personal Recognizance

The Pretrial Officer evaluation conducted by the within the first 24 hours after arrest will determine the defendant's stability in the community. Based upon standard scoring criteria, if the defendant accrues enough points, he/she is released with the promise to appear in court. If the defendant fails to appear, the bond is revoked and reset to the original scheduled amount.

Cash Bond

The defendant places cash in the full amount of the bond on deposit with the Court Clerk. In the event the defendant does not appear for future court dates, the cash is forfeited, and proceeds are applied to the bond.

Property Bond

The defendant or his/her family can provide a real property trust deed with equity of 1.5 times the amount of the bond to the Court Clerk. In the event that the defendant does not appear at future court dates, the property is sold and proceeds are applied to the amount of the bond

Contact us in Denver, Colorado And Serving The Surrounding Metro Area, for more information on our bail bonds services.