A person who is arrested in Adams County is incarcerated in the detention center located in Brighton, Colorado. If you need someone to bail a loved one out of jail, the easiest way is through an Adams County bondsman. Still, you need to know that there are laws governing bail bonds in Adams County, and the nearest bondsman is not necessarily the right one for your case. Here’s how you can find a bondsman suited to tackle your bail dilemma.
Search for an Adams County Bail Bondsman
When searching for a bail bondsman, it is highly advised that you go for a local bondsman close to you or the detention facility. This way it’s easy for them to travel and for you to get to their office during the bail bond process. The exception is when you live out of Colorado. Keep in mind that bail bond regulations differ in every state. For example, bail premium in California is 8%, while you need to pay 10 percent bail bonds in Colorado. A local bail bondsman in Adams County is also well-informed and adept in the local judiciary system pertaining to the release of an Adams County inmate or defendant.
Ask Referral from a Lawyer or Court Officer
You can also get a referral from a lawyer or court officer. No one knows how bail bondsmen work better than they do. These individuals work and interact with bail bond agents as well as bail bonding companies daily. They can tell you who is best suited for your particular case. Since they have access to your loved one’s records, they can talk about your options and provide you with a list of whom to contact.
Avoid Non-Licensed and Soliciting “Agents”
Be careful when you are talking to court and detention officers. There are many fake agents who will approach you and offer you cheap bail bonds. These individuals often lurk outside the perimeter of the detention facility, while others can go inside to look for prey. You are in a vulnerable situation at this point, and they will take advantage of your weakness. It is illegal for a bail bondsman to conduct business by soliciting inside courthouses and detention centers.
Our bondsman will not approach you or your loved one to force you into signing a contract. If you encounter someone pretending to be a bondsman in Adams County affiliated with PDQ bail, contact us immediately and inform the court officers.
Once you narrowed down your list, confirm the licensing of the Adams bondsman. Run the name of each bonding agent through the Colorado Division of Insurance licensing search. This agency is “responsible for administering and enforcing Colorado Insurance Laws regulating the bail bonding industry and for handling complaints against bail bonding agents.” Only licensed bail bond agents are allowed to post bail bonds in Adams County.
All our agents in PDQ Bail Bonds are licensed and insured. You can run their license number to confirm the validity of their licenses. We guarantee that our services are legal and won’t cause any problems with state regulations.
Contact the Bail Bondsman
Speak with the bail bondsman and ask questions about his/her services. You should ask about how long he/she has been working in Adams County, and what is his/her specialty. Let him/her know what you need and ask him how he intends to deliver bail bond service. He should be able to explain to you how to do bail bonds work and eliminate your confusion. The way he/she talks should also be polite, courteous, and respectful.
Our bail bondsmen have more than 10 years of experience in serving Adams County. We do not judge you by the case of your arrestee/detainee. Let us know the full details of your arrestee/detainee, and we’ll discuss all the possible options available for you.
Confirm Availability of the Adams County Bondsman
The right bail bondsman is someone who is available 24/7. You cannot get express bail bonds if you cannot contact the bail bondsman late at night. An arrest can happen anytime, and emergencies do not pick when they are going to happen.
Our Adams County bail bondsman is always available any time of the day, any day of the week. May it be weekends or holidays, you can always count on our agent. Should your assigned bondsman is unavailable because of an urgent call or situation, there will always be someone to take your case and provide the same exceptional assistance.
Our mission in PDQ Bail Bond is to utilize our 40 years of experience to help you get out jail fast. No one has to suffer another grueling minute inside a detention facility, and our experienced Adams County bondsman will pull out all the stops to help your release. You need our assistance more if this is your first offense or you are confused with the criminal justice system. If you find yourself in trouble with the law in Adams County, Contact Us at our bail hotline 720-542-3217 so we can rectify the situation ASAP.