January 22, 2016

Arapahoe County Bail Bonds

Contact All American Bail Bonds if you have a friend or family member in jail. We work fast, and we’re trustworthy. We care about you – we care about informing you of the process of bailing out of jail. Contact us now to get started and get your loved one back home. Call us at 303-794-7024, or submit the contact form.The Arapahoe County bail bondsman answers the phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are available when you need us.

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Arapahoe County is just south of Denver. The following cities are located within it:Bail bonds in Arapahoe County

  • Aurora
  • Bennett
  • Bow Mar
  • Centennial
  • Cherry Hills Village
  • Columbine Valley
  • Deer Trail
  • Englewood
  • Foxfield
  • Glendale
  • Greenwood Village
  • Littleton
  • Sheridan

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About the Arapahoe County Bail Bonds Process

If you have a friend or loved one in jail, and you need Arapahoe County bail bonds, contact All American Bail to learn how to get them released quickly. The fee for obtaining a bond is a small percentage of the bail amount – much less than if you had to pay the full amount in cash. In some cases, collateral is required as well. Working with a bail bond agent gives you the peace of mind that you have all the facts and are making an informed decision. Once a defendant has been released from the jail on bond, it is crucial that they abide by all the rules imposed by the court. If the defendant skips bail and fails to return for their court date, a warrant could be issued for their arrest. Because of this, it is important that you have full confidence that the person you are bailing out of jail will return.

About the Court and Jail:

Arapahoe County CourtSimilar to bail bonding procedures in Adams County Colorado, bail bonding in this county requires a $10 fee to be collected for each bond and the bail bondsman is required to make an appointment to post bail. Once a defendant has been arrested and bail has been set by a judge, a bail bondsman can request an appointment at which time bail can be paid and the defendant can be released. The entire process takes between two and four hours on average. Arapahoe County courts sometimes employ what is referred to as Pretrial Services. If Pretrial Services are ordered by the Court, a defendant may not be ready for release until the following day. Pretrial services may include a verification of the defendant’s current address and phone number and the installation of any monitoring equipment, i.e. Ankle monitor, alcohol monitor, as ordered by the judge. The process may also be delayed if it is a weekend or federal holiday. Spending any amount of time in jail can be incredibly stressful. That stress is often compounded by the fact that many people do not have funds immediately available to pay their own bail. This is where the services of bail bondsmen come in handy. Bail bond agencies can often help an individual secure the funds needed to get out of jail in a timely manner.

Arapahoe County District Court

Licensed bail bond agencies are thoroughly familiar with the laws in the area of Arapahoe county and will be able to assist you with the ins and outs of the bail bonds process. They may be able to expedite the process by scheduling a required bond posting meeting with the court as is required by law. The Arapahoe County Detention Center, commonly referred to as simply the jail, houses approximately 1,400 inmates at any given time. The capacity of the jail to house this large number of inmates comes after several renovations and expansions. The original Arapahoe jail facility established in 1865 had only one room. A staff of 401 civilians are charged with the care of the inmates and the jail facility.

About the County:

Arapahoe county is located south of the greater Denver metro area. It is one of 64 counties located in the state of Colorado. Home to over half a million people, Arapahoe county is the third most heavily populated county in Colorado. The county was named for the Arapahoe Native American tribe that once inhabited the area. Nicknamed “Colorado’s First County”, its founding predates the Pike’s Peak gold rush which established populations in much of the Pike’s Peak region.