The Importance of “Innocent Until Proven Guilty”

Importance of Innocent Until Proven GuiltyAs bail bondsman, the belief that a person is “innocent until proven guilty” is at the very center of how and why we do business. In fact, it’s supposed to be at the center of our criminal justice system. Unfortunately, our culture doesn’t always follow this precept. Instead, most people believe that every person they see arrested in the news is guilty. And, if a person is found innocent, a retraction isn’t usually printed or shown online. This creates the belief in people that every time someone is arrested, they are guilty. Here at All American Bail Colorado, we firmly believe that each and every person who is arrested needs to be treated as if they are innocent. It’s how we do business.

We Care About You

We care about you. As Pueblo County bail agents, our goal is to help when you need it most – when a loved one is behind bars. Often, the family of the arrested person feels very alone. They don’t know who to talk to. That’s why we do what we do. We want to help you get the answers you’re looking for, and most of all – we want to help you get your loved one released quickly.

We Are Here to Help

We are here to help you – at any time of the day or night. We know that arrests don’t happen during the most convenient hours. This is why we are available 24/7 to answer your questions and work to get your loved one released. Many people get the call in the middle of the night that a friend or family member has been arrested. We know you need help right then.

Treating People as if they Are Innocent

It is important to treat people as if they are innocent when they have been arrested. We would want the same treatment. And, if our government didn’t treat people as if they were innocent until proven guilty, our criminal justice system wouldn’t be effective. The prosecution has the burden to prove a person is guilty. Here at All American Bail Colorado, we believe it is vital to our world that people act as if an arrested person is innocent. Give us a call if you have a loved one in jail – we are here to help.

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