Bail Bonds Broomfield County
Bail Bond Agents in Broomfield County, Colorado
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ASAP Bail Bonds is the number one bonding company that serves the Broomfield Jail. Our bail agents are fast, affordable, knowledgeable and always available to answer any questions you may have.
We promise that even though the bail bond process is something nobody wants to go through, ASAP Bail Bonds will make it as easy as possible for you to get your loved one out of the Broomfield Jail.
Get Help From ASAP Bail Bonds
No one wants to have a family member or loved one arrested and thrown in jail; unfortunately, it does happen from time to time. If your loved one is in jail, you probably want to do all you can to help. We understand the stress you’re under, and we’re here to help you navigate the bail process. As a fully licensed bail bonds agency, we service a variety of bonds. We help those who are in custody for reasons including
- Drugs and paraphernalia
- Traffic violations
- Felony and misdemeanor
- Domestic violence
- Walk through
- Failure to appear (FTA)/Failure to comply (FTC)
- Juvenile delinquency
We know that the bond process can be confusing at first, that’s why we’re here to provide you with all the information you need. We offer fast and professional service with plenty of financing options so that you can get your loved one out of jail. Please call us or fill out our contact form if you need help.
Know Which Bail Bonds The Broomfield City Jail Accepts
Bail bonds are designed to free individuals from jail if they’ve recently been arrested or failed to appear in court and have a warrant out for their arrest. Once the court sets a bond amount for that individual, you can work with a bail agent to get your loved one out of jail. The purpose of posting a bond is to make a monetary agreement with Broomfield County that your loved one will make their upcoming court dates. Too many individuals sit in jail awaiting court dates because their family members believe they can’t afford bail. However, that’s exactly why bail bond agencies exist. To secure a bond, you’ll put up collateral. Then, the bond company will pay the bond amount to the court. You’ll also pay fees to the jail and will pay the bondsman a premium too.
What Happens During the Bail Process?
The court process may be complicated, but the bail bonds process is much easier to understand. After your loved one has been arrested
- You call our office to talk about bail.
- We look up the bail amount and charges for your loved one.
- We calculate the bond premium and talk about what you’ll put up for collateral.
- You and any co-applicants fill out a bond application and sign a standard contract. You’ll be the indemnitor for the bail bond, which means you personally guarantee that your loved one will comply with the court.
- You pay your bond agent the bail premium.
- The bond agent will post bail for your loved one at the jail.
After your loved one has been released from jail, that individual will come see us as well.
What You Should Know About Bail Bonds in Broomfield
When it comes to bail bonds Broomfield jails accepts, the rules are fairly straightforward: The full bond amount can be paid in cash or by a licensed bail agent. A $10 bond fee and $30 booking fee must be paid in cash to the authorities at the same time. Inmates can only be bailed out after they’ve been booked and their fingerprints have been processed.
What’s the Process to Release a Bond
Releasing a bail bond means getting money back from the court and ending your obligation as an indemnitor. That happens once your loved one has made all required court appearances or the charges have been dismissed. At this time, we’ll return your collateral. However, we retain your bond premium as the fee for our service.
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Broomfield County Jail Info
Broomfield Police Detention Center
11600 Ridge Parkway, Broomfield, CO 80021
Visitation: Inmate visitations require registration and advance scheduling. Call iWeb Customer Service toll free on (775) 434-8748 between the hours of 7:00 AM and 9:00 PM, 7 days a week.
9:00 AM -10:30 AM
12 Noon – 4:00 PM
6:15 PM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday & Thursday
9:00 AM -10:30 AM
12 Noon – 4:00 PM
Why We’re the Bail Bondsman Broomfield Trusts
A bond can be a big deal financially, and you want to work with a bondsman you know you can trust.
We’re proud to be the bonding company Broomfield residents trust in times of need. We’re here to work with you to secure bail so that your loved one doesn’t have to stay in jail. We’ve built our reputation on providing fast, friendly service that gets our clients out of jail quickly. Of course, we’re here to support you the entire way. Our bail agents will make sure that you truly understand the process and feel comfortable moving forward. If you need help, call us today to find our about the bail bonds Broomfield trusts.
GENERAL INFO ABOUT BROOMFIELD County
Broomfield County, found in Colorado is a consolidated county and city.
As such, it has a consolidated government and city that operates under Section 10-13 and Article XX, of the State of Colorado’s constitution. Based on the 2010 Census of the United States, the county had a total population of 55, 889 people. This, therefore, makes it the 16th most populated Municipality in Colorado. It is also the 13th biggest county in Colorado based on population.
The county is located at 39°55′55″N 105°3′57″W (39.931817, -105.065919). The elevation of this county ranges from 5, 096 to 5,856 feet above sea level. Based on the information from the US Census Bureau, Broomfield has a small area of 34 square miles. Of this, 33 square miles is landmass while the rest, 0.6 square miles is water. This county is the 5th smallest in the United States and the 2nd most densely populated in Colorado after Denver.
It borders the following Counties:
Weld County – to the northeast
Adams County –to the southeast
Jefferson County –to the southwest
Boulder County – to the northwest
There were 68,341 people residing in the city of Broomfield based on the 2017 census estimates. Based on the 2000 census report, the population density of the county was 2,193 people for every square mile. The number of households was 22,016. 41.2% of these households had children 18 years and below, living in them.
The racial makeup of this city was as follows:
86.1 percent White,
11.1 percent Hispanic or Latino,
6.1 percent Asian,
2.1 percent from two or more races,
1.1 percent African American,
0.6 percent Native American,
0.1 percent Pacific Islander
On the political front, this county has always been a swing county. It has voted for the winner in the presidential elections from 2000 to the 2012 elections. Of the registered voters in this county, 15,887 did not affiliate themselves with any party, 12,218 were Democrats and 13,474 were Republican.