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Morgan County is primarily a rural entity located on the high plains of northeastern Colorado The following cities are located within it:
- Fort Morgan
- Log Lane Village
The Morgan County Bail Bonds Process
There are six basic release options for Morgan County. These options are:
- Surety Bond: A bail agent assures the court that he will pay if the accused doesn’t show up in court.
- Cash Bail: The defendant is asked to post bail in cash: Other assets are not acceptable. Since the money has already been paid it binds the accused to appear in court.
- Property Bond: A lien on property is marked to secure the bail amount. When the defendant fails to appear in the court, the court has the right to seize his property.
- Personal Recognizance: Through this type of bond, the defendant is released without any financial motive to secure his return. There is no sum attached to it. The court releases the accused on his own recognizance. Recognizance is a conditional obligation undertaken by a person before the court whereby he recognizes that he owes a personal debt to the state. Release on personal recognizance is only allowed when the charge is minor or a nonviolent crime.
- Release on Citation (Cite Out): This procedure involves the issuance of a citation by the arresting officer to the arrestee, informing the arrestee that he/she must appear in court at an appointed court date.
- Walk Through Bond: For this type of bond, the accused is allowed to post bond without being arrested, even though there is a warrant out for their arrest.
Our expert bail bondsman have all the information you need. Find out more about these bail options. Every city has many bail bonds agents available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The city of Fort Morgan, Colorado also has several bail bonds agents including our agents. Each of these bail bonds companies are licensed agents. They only charge the legal rates that do not exceed 15 percent or fifty dollars maximum per bond. They may also charge additional bond, booking, and filing fees required by the local court in Fort Morgan. They are available for questions and concerns throughout the entire bail process. Once the bail is paid, it will take fifteen to thirty minutes for the paperwork to be processed. It then could take another two to ten hours for the person in custody to be released. The bail money is paid as an insurance that the individual in custody will appear at his or her court dates. Once the court case is finished, the bail money will be returned to the person who paid it. It is important to understand that when a bail bondsman is used, the bail money will not be returned, because the percentage paid was the agent’s fee.
About the Jail and Court:
Morgan County Jail is the correctional facility for that region. Crimes that the inmates commitw range from misdemeanors to major felonies. Those in the jail are either awaiting trial or are serving their term of a year or less. Inmates in the jail are required to work in the program that has been assigned to them. These programs are designed to help prepare the inmates for reintegration to the community. Many inmates participate in school or in mandated treatment programs. The Fort Morgan Police department is run by Chief of Police Keith a. Kuretich. The police department’s purpose is “to serve, protect, and enhance the quality of life through the effective law enforcement practices.” They strive to develop relationships and build trust with members of the community.
About the County:
Fort Morgan is located about eighty miles North East of Denver, Colorado. It has approximately 11,000 residents and is the county seat of Morgan County. The economy there is mostly based off of agriculture which includes a meat packing plant and dairy processing center. The City of Fort Morgan is proud of the fact that all of their utilities are municipally owned, so all of their residents are guaranteed prompt local service and lower utility rates, as well as more employment opportunities.The fort was first built around 1864-1865 and was mandated to be built by the federal government. The fort was initially titled Camp Tyler. It was constructed by “galvanized rebels.” These were confederate soldiers who were released from prison under the condition that they join the Union Army and head out West to fight Native Americans. The fort was originally built to protect the mail service and immigrants traveling West on the Overland Trail from being raided by the Native American tribes out there. The name was later changed to Fort Morgan in honor of Colonel Christopher A. Morgan.