Denver Bail Bonds
ASAP Bail Bonds is the number one bail bonds provider in Denver. Call today to speak to a friendly bail bondsman that will help you get through your situation.
Free a Loved One with Bail Bonds Denver Residents Trust
Learning that a family member or loved one is in jail can be devastating. You likely want to do everything you can to help that person, and we’re here to make sure you can. No matter the time of day you call or come in, we’re here to walk you through the bail process. We’ll help you understand what’s needed to get your family member or loved one out of jail. It’s our mission to treat you with the compassion and care that you deserve.
Providing the best bail bonds in Denver means working with clients in many different situations.
We service a wide variety of bail bonds, including:
- Traffic violations
- Drugs and paraphernalia
- Misdemeanor and felony
- Walk through
- Domestic violence
- Juvenile delinquency
- Failure to appear (FTA)/Failure to comply (FTC).
When it comes to bail bonds, we offer flexible options to make the process easier. Our priority is always to provide you with fast, professional service so that you don’t have to worry about your loved one being in jail for longer than necessary. Call or fill out our contact form if you need help. We provide bail bond services for inmates in both Denver County detention facilities.
How Do Bail Bonds Work in Denver County?
If your family member or loved one has been arrested or has failed to appear at a court date and is going to be taken to jail, you may have heard that a bail bond can help. So long as the court has set a bond amount, that is absolutely true. When you post bond, you are giving the county money to ensure that your loved one will appear at their court dates.
Unfortunately, some families feel that they can’t post bond for a loved one because they don’t have a large sum of money. Paying a $25,000 or $50,000 bond is simply out of reach for many people. When you work with one of our qualified, local bondsmen, you post collateral and ASAP agrees to pay the rest of the money to the court.
What Happens After Someone is Arrested
The process from arrest to bail bond and release from jail is relatively simple in Denver. After your loved one is arrested, we recommend you immediately begin the following steps to get your loved one out of jail ASAP:
- You call us to arrange bail bonds for a loved one.
- We verify the charges and bail amounts for the individual.
- We talk about the bond premium and find out about what you can offer for collateral.
- You fill out a bond application and sign a bond contract. You agree to be the indemnitor, which means that you guarantee that your loved one will make all court appearances.
- You pay the bail bond premium to our company, which is based upon a percentage of the bail posted.
- A bond agent goes to jail and posts the bond on behalf of your loved one.
We ask that the individual for whom the bond was posted visit our offices after being released from jail. That person will complete a separate application and agree to appear at all future court dates.
Important Details About Denver Bail Bonds
Each county has different policies when it comes to bail bonds. In Denver, the jail:
- Requires the bail bond agent to complete all paperwork before entering the jail lobby
- Collects a $50 fee on each bail bond
- Will not accept a bail bond before the individual’s fingerprints have cleared screening
If your loved one has been arrested and is in jail, we cannot post bond for that individual until all jail processing has been completed.
If you have missed a court date or have become aware of a warrant for your arrest, call us. We may be able to help you secure and post a bond so that you can avoid going to jail. Call us to talk about the specifics of your case and what we can do to help you.
How Are Bonds Released in Denver?
The process for releasing a bail bond is simple. The defendant simply shows up at all court appearances and complies with all bond conditions. Once the case is dismissed or the bond is released by the court, we return any collateral you gave us in exchange for the bond. It’s as easy as that.
Why Trust Us With Your Bail Bonds?
Taking out a bail bond is no small decision. After all, you’ll be putting up collateral for a loved one and signing a financial agreement with a bonding agent. That’s why it’s so important to choose a reliable, trustworthy company. You want to work with someone who will truly listen to and understand your needs.
ASAP Bail Bonds is known for providing services that Denver families trust. With fast and professional bail bonds, you can rest assured knowing that your loved one will be out of jail in no time. Our compassionate and understanding bonding agents make sure that all of your questions are answered during the process too.
Call us today or fill out our contact form for more information on how we can help you.
ASAP Bail Bonds Denver
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 300-0303
How do I find information about the defendant for my bail bond application?
Please visit the Inmate Search portal for Denver County to look up your loved one. You’ll find most of the information you need there.
How much does it cost to bail my loved one out?
The costs for bail bonds vary, but they average between 8 and 15 percent of the total bond amount. Contact us to learn more about costs for your situation.
Do I have to own my home to post bond?
You do not usually need to own a home to bail someone out of jail. We accept many different forms of collateral.
How long will it take to get my loved one out of jail?
In most cases, it takes less than six hours for someone to be released from jail after the bond is posted. It can take longer when bail is posted after 10 p.m. or when processing isn’t complete.
What if my loved one misses a court date?
Please call us right away. We can issue a Consent of Surety and secure a date with a judge for your loved one.
What if I think my loved one isn’t going to show up in court?
Please call us immediately. We’re here to help.
Do I get my money back when the bond is released?
In general, no. The premium that you pay is forfeited when the bond is released. Any collateral you put up, however, is returned to you.