Colorado Bail Bonds

 
 

 If you know someone who has been arrested and is in jail in Colorado, you will need to talk to a Colorado Bail Bond Agent in order to post a Colorado Bail Bond in order to get them out.

Aloha Bail Bonds LLC., is a locally owned and operated Colorado Bail Bonds company. We are licensed by the State of Colorado and serve the entire State of Colorado. However, we primarily focus on the following counties:

Adams County
Arapahoe County
Boulder County
Broomfield County
Clear Creek County
Denver County
Douglas County
Elbert County
Gilpin County
Jefferson County

Colorado Bail Bondsman

Locally owned and operated means that you are talking to a licensed Colorado Bail Bondsman who lives and works in the community and is familiar with all of the different jails. He will be able to help you post bail bonds in Colorado and get your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible. You’ll have questions and he’ll have the answers.

 

How do you post a Colorado Bail Bond? I’ve never had to do this before.

How much does it cost?

Where are you located?

How long will it take?

 

How do you post a Colorado Bail Bond?

Tell us who is in jail and we’ll take it from there. Each jail has different policies and procedures for posting bail bonds. We know what they are and can tell you what you have to do to get it done. Just call us at 720-284-9764. We’ll take it from there.

 

How much does it cost?

Expect the bail bond premium to cost from 10% – 15% of the amount of the bail plus any booking and posting fees that the jail charges. We know those fees and will tell you when you call. Be very cautious of anyone quoting a cost higher or lower than the 10%-15%. Colorado law strictly regulates the fees that a Colorado Bail Bondsman can charge. People quoting outside that range may be operating outside of those regulations.

 

Where are you located?

Bail Bonds must be posted at the jail where the person is being held. It doesn’t matter where we are. We have to go to the jail. We can meet you there at the jail or, if you cannot get there, we can come to you.

 

How long will it take?

Each situation is different. State law requires that certain documents be completed in order to post a Colorado Bail Bond. You can expect that to take about 30 minutes. From there, it depends upon the jail. Again, we are familiar with each jail and can give you an estimate on what to expect.

 

What’s next?

 

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Call us now at 720-284-9764

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