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Licensed professional Bail Bonds, Grand County Colorado

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 Grand County, Colorado, is important toward securing the release of friend or family member. At Grand 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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Instead of having to spend several hours at the jail you can finish all of the bail bond paperwork from your computer, smartphone or tablet in around 10 minutes.

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Jail Fees: Jail fees in Grand County are $40

Paperwork/Fingerprints: All paperwork and fingerprints must be done before release. We at Grand County Bail Bonds are here to assist with the process. 

Release Time: Once all the pre-requisites are met, typical release times are 2-4 hours. 


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On Call 24 hours a day 7 days a week. 

Our Grand County Licensed Colorado Bail Bonds team fully explains and leads you through every detail of the bail bond process from start to finish.

We promise each client, cosigner, and defendant a respectful and knowledgeable bail bond service in a helpful environment.

Understanding Bail Bonds And what you need to know

The bail bonds service as a whole is full of laws, customs, and requirements that can become mind-boggling for anyone. If you, a friend, or someone you care about ends up needing bail, finding an authorized bondsman in Grand County, Colorado is necessary to secure the release of that person. At Grand County Bail Bonds we are devoted to helping our clients navigate the legal system in a hassle-free environment.

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Minutes away, Our team of licensed bondsman are ready and waiting.

Being detained causes a lot of stress on everyone affected, especially because it never happens at a convenient time.

We are here to guide you through the multiple state laws and confusion surrounding jail release.

Call us to get started and be assured you’re in good hands, any time, any day, day or night. 

Online Bail Bonds

Filing paperwork in rough times isn’t fun. Our online bail bonds system is a fast, accessible and safe way to get the process started.

Forget the lines and stress of completing forms at the jail and complete the process in about 10 minutes from any device.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE Grand County Sheriff’s Office

People who are arrested in Longmont may be found at the Grand County Sheriff’s Office Jail.  Our Licensed Bail Bond agents are nearby any time of the day or night, ready to post bail and get you or your loved one home right away. 

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A defendant must be completely booked and fingerprints must be all cleared before a bond is accepted, which can take several hours, so typically a bond can take between 3-6 hours. Most bonds must be submitted before 9:00 pm. We recommend posting the bond as early as possible to allow enough time for this process.

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Non-Emergency Help 970-725-3343


Cash Bail – The total bail amount is paid in cash, which is held until the defendant appears for the hearing.

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 summons by the arresting officer to the defendant informing them to appear in court on their hearing date.

Release on Personal (Own) Recognizance (P.R.) – A release before trial.

Property Bond – Occasionally, a defendant may  post property or insurance as bail. If the defendant fails to appear in court their property may be forfeited.​

Some Types Of Bonds We Service:

Criminal Bail Bonds

Rarely, an office can get an arrest warrant from a judge or magistrate by providing information about someone that establishes probable cause

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Felony Bail Bonds

In the US, the felony/misdemeanor difference is liberal. Typically a felony is a crime that is punishable in excess of one year, if less than one year, it’s a misdemeanor.

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Traffic Bail Bonds

Courts can issue warrants for unpaid traffic tickets, and this happens to be the most common type of arrest warrant. Traffic citations can be easy to forget, and next thing you know you’re in handcuffs.

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Domestic Violence Bail Bonds

The thing to know is that domestic violence can mean anything. It can mean any violation committed to coerce, control, intimidate, punish, get revenge, etc. For instance, if a roommate breaks something of yours as an act of retaliation when you’re not around that can constitute domestic violence.

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Domestic Violence Bail Bonds

A person who knows they have an arrest warrant can get a bond before actually being arrested. Once the bond is approved the person can turn themselves in knowing they will get released and spend no time in jail and not risk being arrested in embarrassing circumstances.

DUI Bail Bonds

In Colorado, there are three types of impaired driving:

DUI. Driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or both.
DWAI. Driving with ability impaired by drugs, alcohol or both.
DUI per se. Driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or more.

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Drug paraphernalia Bail Bonds

“Drug paraphernalia”

means anything that is designed or altered for the purpose of  creating, using, or hiding drugs, typically for recreational uses.

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Misdemeanor Bail Bonds

Misdemeanors are universal kinds of crimes that are relatively lesser when compared to other offenses and rarely result in jail time. 

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