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Bail Bond Agents in Larimer County, Colorado

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If you are looking to post a bail bond at the Larimer County Detention Center at the lowest rate and fastest pace then choose ASAP Bail Bonds.

ASAP Bail Bonds Larimer County Detention Center
is the most popular bail bonds service provider in the state. Our agents go through a rigorous selection process and thorough training. We provide professional and friendly service at local locations throughout Larimer County. Our operations are running 24/7 so no matter what time you need us we will answer your call. We also offer the lowest rates in Colorado and can beat any competitors price! Call us today for a free quote and get the release process started.

Get Help From ASAP Bail Bonds

ASAP Bail Bonds is the industry leader in Colorado. We understand that life happens and you or a loved one may be needing to post bail. This process can seem stressful and frustrating but it is not so when you choose ASAP Bail Bonds. Our expertise in underwriting bonds in Larimer County, Colorado gives us an advantage that other companies cannot offer. ASAP Bail Bondsmen not only know every step necessary as well as the timelines involved, we operate 24/7 and keep you updated every step of the way. This ensures you never waste time, money or attention when you work with us. Our licensed bondsmen can post all bonds for all charges as well so there is never a need to hesitate to call us.

Do not let the Larimer County court system waste your time, money or confuse you. Choose ASAP Bail Bonds to work with a bail agent that can clarify the process. We make sure we expedite your bail bond to create the fastest release possible. ASAP Bail Bonds’ 24/7 operation and direct access for clients means we alleviate stress and expertly navigate each case. Since our agency is the largest in Colorado, we can offer financing and collateral alternatives as well. No matter what the price or charge, ASAP Bail Bonds can work with you to get a release!

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

  1. You call our office to talk about bail.
  2. We look up the bail amount and charges for your loved one.
  3. We calculate the bond premium and talk about what you’ll be charged.
  4. You and any co-applicants fill out a bond application and sign a standard contract. The co-signers serve as the indemnitor for the bail bond, which means they guarantee that your loved one will comply with the court.
  5. You pay your bond agent the bail premium.
  6. 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’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.

Larimer County Jail Info

Larimer County Detention Center
(970) 498-5200
2405 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80525
Visiting Hours: Click here for more details.

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Larimer County Trusts

There are several bail agencies operating in Larimer County, Colorado, but none compare to ASAP Bail Bonds Larimer County.

Our local agents have personal networks in the Logan County court system and Sheriff’s Office. We care about the community members and their families and are here solely to assist you in resuming life as normal. Our 24/7 operation keeps you out of the dark and updated faster than any other service provider. ASAP Bail Bonds agents are simply the best. They are trained in studies relating to integrity, moral/ethical decision making as well as best legal practices. The flexibility we offer is unmatched and our rates are the lowest in Colorado. ASAP Bail Bonds is the unparalleled best option to post your bail bond.

GENERAL INFO ABOUT LARIMER COUNTY

Created in 1861, the county is named after a former Kansas State senator, General William Larimer.

Fort Collins city is the most populated and serves as the county seat. With much of Colorado being founded due to the mining boom, irrigation for agriculture led to a widespread settlement in Larimer County. Apart from agriculture and education, tourism also plays a crucial role in the county’s economy. It is blessed to have mountains that offer good climatic conditions not only for agriculture but also for the thriving of wildlife. 

Recreation sites include Rocky Mountain National Park, Cache La Poudre Wilderness, Greyrock Mountain National Recreation Trail, Great Parks Bicycle Route, and Medicine Bow Mountains.

In matters politics, the region is slowly becoming a Democrats stronghold due to influence from Colorado State and urbanization. It is interesting to note that over half the county’s land is publicly owned. The average travel time to work is 22.8 minutes. 

Below is additional information about this great region:

Geography

It is estimated that the size of the county is 2,634 square miles, and only 1.4% is water, going by the US Census Bureau statistics. There are 6 counties bordering this county. These are:

  • Albany County, Wyoming—to the northwest
  • Boulder County—to the south
  • Grand County—to the southwest
  • Jackson County—to the west
  • Laramie County, Wyoming—to the northeast
  • Weld County—to the east

Ghost towns found in the area are Virginia Dale, Manhattan, and Old Roach.

Demographics

The population in 2018 was estimated at 350,518. There was a 19.1% increase in population from 2000 to 2010, as reported by the 2010 census. The racial composition is as below:

91.44%-White

0.66%-African American or Black

0.66% Native American

1.56% Asian

0.08% Pacific Islander 

3.41% other races

2.19% two or more races 

8.27% Latino or Hispanic of any race 

Most locals are between the ages of 25 and 44, and the average age is 33 years.