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The bail bonds process is full of laws, practices, and requirements that can become overpowering for anyone. If you, a friend or loved one ends up needing bail, finding an approved bondsman in Fremont County, Colorado, is important toward securing the release of friend or family member. At Fremont County Bail Bonds we are committed to assisting our clients in navigating the legal system in a stress-free and welcoming environment.
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Rather than having to spend hours at the jail you can do the bail bond application from your computer, smartphone or tablet in about 10 minutes.
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Jail Fees: Jail fees in Fremont County are about $40
Paperwork/Fingerprints: All paperwork and fingerprinting must be done before release. We at Fremont County Bail Bonds are here for you throughout the process.
Release Time: Once everything is finished, typical release times are 2-8 hours.
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Our team of licensed Colorado bail bonds staff will explain and guide you through every step of the bail bond process.
We promise each client, signatory, and defendant a courteous and skilled bail bond service in a cordial and helpful environment.
Understanding Bail Bonds And what you need to know
Through unlucky circumstances, you could end up in jail for any number of reasons.
Would you have enough money to bail yourself out? Would you need to use a bond agency? What would that mean for you?
Having friends and family with the means or connections to get you out of jail certainly makes things easier; however for most people, this isn’t an option and makes bail a little more complicated. Understanding the rules and regulations of bail bonds puts you in a better position.
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Minutes away, Our team of licensed bondsman are ready and waiting.
When family or friends can’t post bail, a bail agency or licensed bondsman is typically where people turn to for guidance and help navigating the process.
We’re a family-owned, local bail bond agency with generations of experience in the bail bond industry.
Online Bail Bonds
Doing paperwork when you’re stressed is no fun. Our online bail bonds system is an accessible, fast, and safe means to get things started.
Skip going to the jail to apply for a bail bond and finish the process in 10 minutes using any device.
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What you need to know about the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office
The Fremont County Sheriff’s Detention Facility is where people who are arrested in Fremont County are likely to be held. Our licensed bail bond agents are moments away, 24-7, ready to post bail for you or your loved one.
Fremont County Sheriff’s Office
Fremont County Sheriff’s Detention Center
HOW BAIL BONDS WORK IN Fremont County
A defendant must be fully booked and fingerprinted before a bond is accepted. This may take several hours, so a bond may take between 3-6 hours. Most bonds need to be submitted before 9:00 pm, so we recommend posting the bond early to allow enough time for this process.
Important Phone Numbers
Non-Emergency Help 719-276-5555
Cash Bail – Means the total bail amount must be paid in cash; it will be held until the defendant appears in court.
Surety Bond – A bail agent (backed by a surety company) will pay the total bail amount if the defendant does not appear in court.
Release on Citation (Cite Out) – A ticket given by the arresting officer to the offender informing them to appear in court on a particular date.
Release on Personal (Own) Recognizance (P.R.) – A pretrial release before trial.
Property Bond – When a defendant posts property or insurance to the court instead of money. If the defendant fails to appear for their hearing the property may be seized.
Some Types Of Bonds We Service:
Felony Bail Bonds
In the US, the felony/misdemeanor distinction is liberal. Typically a felony is defined as a crime that is punishable by more than one year; if less than one year, it’s defined as a misdemeanor.
Traffic Bail Bonds
A court can issue a warrant for unpaid traffic citations, and this is the most usual type of arrest warrant. Sadly, tickets are easy to forget, and before you know it you’re in jail.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
The key thing to realize is that domestic violence can mean anything. It can refer to any crime committed as a means of coercion, control, intimidation, punishment, etc. For example, a roommate breaks your property to get revenge when you’re not around can constitute domestic violence.
Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
A person who knows they have a warrant can plan for a bond before actually getting arrested. Once the bond is approved the defendant can turn themselves in at a time of their choosing knowing they will be released and not spend time behind bars or risk being arrested in front of people they know.
DUI Bail Bonds
There are three categories of impaired driving in Colorado:
DUI: “Driving under the influence.” This applies to alcohol, drugs or a combination of both.
DWAI: “Driving while ability impaired.” This also applies to drugs, alcohol or a combination of both.
DUI per se: Driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or more.
Drug paraphernalia Bail Bonds
is a term that means any articles, goods or accessories designed or altered for making, using, or hiding drugs, typically for recreational uses.