441 Wadsworth Blvd. Suite 220 Lakewood, CO. 80226
303.202.9951 or 720.266.6996
Bail Bond Services / @aalphabailbonds
Searching for Bail Bonds Denver or Jefferson County Bail Bonds? A Alpha Bail Bonds Denver is less than 15 minutes from both jails. We are a Trusted, Family Owned and Operated company. Recommended by families in Colorado for years. Licensed Bail Agents available for all Municipal and County Jails in Colorado.
- SERVICE DOESN’T END WHEN THE BOND IS POSTED, YOU ARE SUPPORTED TO THE END OF THE CASE.
- BAIL BOND SERVICES AVAILABLE ON HOLIDAYS AND WEEKENDS.
- HONEST, TRANSPARENT, STRAIGHT FORWARD PRICING.
- APPEAL BONDS IN ALL COLORADO COURTS.
- JUVENILE BONDS, EXPERIENCED AGENTS READY TO HELP.
- OUT OF STATE SIGNERS, POST BONDS IN COLORADO FROM ANYWHERE.
- KNOWLEDGEABLE STAFF AND AGENTS TO GET THE ANSWERS YOU NEED.
- TRUSTED, RELIABLE AND FRIENDLY PROFESSIONALS YOU CAN COUNT ON.
- END ACTIVE WARRANTS WITH LITTLE TO NO JAIL TIME ON MOST WARRANTS.
Some metro area jails can take more than 24 hours to release inmates after the bond has been posted. A Alpha has solutions for active warrants, avoid being arrested and spending time in Jail.
About A Alpha Bail Bonds Denver
A Alpha Bail Bonds is here to answer your questions. We explain the bail process in Colorado before any decisions are made. Contact us and see how A Alpha is changing the way Bail is done in Colorado,
- NO HIDDEN FEES, ONLINE PAYMENTS.
- NO MISLEADING PROMISES.
- NO BOND BROKERS with, so called “SPECIAL” deals that really end up costing you more money.
Always get solid, honest information from A Alpha Bail Bonds Denver. After all, it is the only way you can make the most informed decision possible.
Help is only A Call Away
- Loss of work and the possibility of losing a family’s sole income.
- Self-employed business opportunities and lost commitments.
- The inability to concentrate on the legal matters concerning the case.
If you need to post Bail for a family member, friend or have questions about the bail process, we are always here to help.
A Alpha Bail Bonds: 303.202.9951
Arrested?.. call us from Jail: 720.266.6996
Frequently Asked Questions . FAQ’s
Q: A friend or family member has been arrested, what do we do next?
A: This can be a very stressful situation for people that have never been confronted with the bail process before. Give A Alpha a call, we have the experienced professionals to get the information needed and get the bond started.
Q: How much do Bail Bonds cost?
A: Different bail bond companies charge different Premium amounts, by State Law they cannot charge more than 15% of the bond amount. Be careful when you are approached with very low, up front costs or special “to good to be true” deals, you usually get stuck with higher percentages and more total costs in the end. A Alpha uses Standard Industry Pricing, give us a call and get an honest quote concerning your situation.
Q: How long does it take to get someone out of Jail?
A: This depends on the Jail and their Staff, Bonds posted by A Alpha can be done in as little as 30 minutes but it can take from 6 to 8 hours or more for the Jail to release an inmate. Here is a list of Jails in the metro area, most Jails not covered here have less time related issues booking or releasing inmates and usually take less then 3 hours to post and secure the release of the person being bonded.
To Post: The Agent must call to schedule the bond paperwork before the bond can be posted. Monday’s 6 to 12 hours, most other days are usually 2 to 6 hours.
Booking: Usually 4 to 8 hours.
Release: Usually 4 to 6 hours, but can be longer than 10 hours.
To Post: Requires an appointment to schedule the bond by an Agent, usually within 2 hours but can take up to 6 hours to get an appointment.
Booking: usually takes about 6 to 10 hours, regardless of what the inmate has been told by some of the Staff. It can be less depending on how busy the staff is, a defendant must be booked before the bond can be posted.
Release: This process has been known to take over 18 hours but can happen in as little as 8 hours.
Aurora Municipal, the only Municipal jail in the metro area.
To Post: Usually less than an hour, but can be as much as 3 hours depending on how busy the staff is.
Booking: Less than 2 hours
Release: Around an hour or less, as fast as 15 minutes after the bond has been posted.
To Post: Usually less than an hour, but can be as much as 3 hours.
Booking: 2 to 6 hours
Release: 1 to 4 hours or less, as fast as 15 minutes after the bond has been posted.
To Post: Finger print returns can be as long as 18 hours or more, posting the bond is usually less than 30 minutes, Agents cannot post the bond until the finger prints have been returned clear. Bonds can be posted 24 hours a day, however, the bond desk is open from 7 am to 10 pm, if posting a bond is attempted outside of those hours it can take as long as 5 hours. The Agent can be turned away if the process goes past 3 am and the Inmate’s file is set to the courts daily docket. At that point, the Agent is no longer allowed to post until the inmate appears before the court and the results of the hearing are updated to the bond desk, this usually takes 2 to 6 hours.
Booking: 6 to 12 hours, regardless of what the inmate has been told by some of the Staff.
Release: Usually within 4 to 8 hours.
To Post: Less than an hour unless the Agent arrives just before shift change, then it can be 2 to 6 hours.
Booking: 2 to 4 hours average.
Release: Usually less than an hour after the bond has been posted.
To Post: Bonding is discouraged from 1am to 5am, usually around an hour any other time.
Booking: 2 to 6 hours.
Release: Usually 4 to 8 hours after the bond has been posted.
Q: What happens if I missed Court?
A: You will have an active Failure to Appear (FTA) warrant for your arrest, avoid all contact with Law Enforcement and IMMEDIATELY call the A Alpha office at 303.202.9951, we have several options available to clear the warrant and get the case back on track with no jail time in most situations.
Q: I think I have an active warrant, what can I do?
A: If you have been contacted by law Enforcement regarding a warrant, you may be required to turn yourself in and appear before the court to have a bond amount set. If the warrant was issued by the court, it might have a bond amount set already. Give us a call and we can determine the options available concerning your specific situation, most of the time with little or no jail time. 303.202.9951
Q: How do I know if a Bond Company or Agent is legitimate?
A: All licensed Bondsman or Agents in Colorado are required to carry their State Issued license with them, they cannot post a bond at the jail without it. If you suspect an agent, ask to see their drivers license and bond license, the name should match and the bond license should contain a Colorado State Seal and be issued from the Colorado Division of Insurance. Another way to confirm an Agent is to search (Google, Bing or Yahoo) the web for the company they represent, consider it a warning if their company is not on the web. All reputable Bond Companies have a website. If they have a website, call the number listed and ask the person answering if the Agent works with them.