January 22, 2016

Douglas County Bail Bonds

Do you have a loved one in jail? Contact All American Bail Bond to learn how to get them out of jail fast using Douglas County bail bonds. We are a trusted and well-respected company. We make sure you are informed about the entire Brighton Colorado bail bonds process, and we work hard to get your friend or family member out of jail and back home as quickly as possible. Call us at 303-757-8848, or submit the contact form.We answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you need help with bail bonds, we are here to provide our service to you when you need it.

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Douglas County is located midway between Colorado’s two largest cities, Denver and Colorado Springs. The following cities are within it:

  • Castle Pines North
  • Castle Rock
  • Larkspur
  • Littleton (partially)
  • Lone Tree
  • Parker

About the Douglas County Bail Bonds Process

After bond has been posted and the defendant has been released, they will be required to follow any mandates set forth by the court. A defendant will be required to provide the court and bail bond agency with a current address and contact phone. They will also be required to attend all scheduled court appearances. In some cases, further restrictions may be placed on the defendant such as travel restrictions and restrictions on alcohol consumption. Typically, if a defendant is out on a felony bond, they will not be allowed to be in the company of other convicted felons and will not be allowed to carry or be in the presence of a weapon. Failure to comply with any applicable restrictions may result in bond being revoked and the re-arrest of the defendant. Additional charges may be added to the original charges and bail may not be available a second time. Douglas county has a strict set of laws governing these bonds and a licensed bail bondsmen will be able to help you understand your rights.

About the Court and Jail:

Court - Douglas County Bail BondsThe jail requires a $30.00 fee to paid for each booking in addition to a $10.00 fee for each bond. Once a defendant has been arrested they will go before a judge who will determine if the release of the defendant on bail is appropriate. Bail is appropriate for most non violent crimes, including some felonies. The jail requires that the bail bondsmen schedule an appointment at which bond will be posted. In certain cases, Pretrial Services may need to be handled before the defendant is released. If an ankle monitor is placed on the defendant, the setup costs of the device must be paid before they can be released. Release times vary, but generally take between 30 minutes and 4 hours. A licensed bail bond agency will be familiar with standard procedures in Douglas county and can expedite the process. Sheriff Tony Spurlock is the current sheriff: He oversees the day to day operations of the county jail which houses inmates awaiting court appearances or sentenced to serve a term in the county jail. The Sheriff’s department is responsible for the inmates and jail facility. They are also responsible for court security and inmate transportation. Find information about the Douglas County Courts

About the County:

Historical Photo - Douglas County

Located at the midway point between Colorado’s two largest cities, Denver and Colorado Springs, Douglas county is the state’s 7th most populated territory with a population of over a quarter of a million people. This county has the highest median income of all the counties in Colorado. Douglas county is one of the original 17 created in the region in 1861 and is named for the US senator Stephan A. Douglas. The original borders of the county stretched all the way to the border of Kansas. Currently, the county encompasses 843 square miles. Three major parks lie within the borders of the county; Castlewood Canyon State Park, Chatfield State Park, and Roxborough State Park.