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Bail Bond Agents in Montezuma County, Colorado

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ASAP Bail Bonds is the best choice when choosing a bonding company that serves the Montezuma County jail.

Our bail agents are available 24/7 including holidays. They are experts in the industry, friendly, professional and eager to answer all of your questions. Even though the bail bond process is something we wish nobody had to go through, we guarantee ASAP Bail Bonds will make it painless. Our sole mission is to help you to get your loved one out of the Montezuma County jail.

Get Help From ASAP Bail Bonds

ASAP Bail Bonds is the best choice when choosing a bonding company that serves the Montezuma County jail. Our bail agents are available 24/7 including holidays. They are experts in the industry, friendly, professional and eager to answer all of your questions. Even though the bail bond process is something we wish nobody had to go through, we guarantee ASAP Bail Bonds will make it painless. Our sole mission is to help you to get your loved one out of the Montezuma County jail.

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.

Montezuma County Jail Info

Montezuma County Detention Center
(970) 564-4971
730 East Driscoll Street, Cortez, CO 81321
Visiting Hours: Please contact the Montezuma County jail for info.

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Montezuma County Trusts

A bond can be a big deal financially, and you want to work with a bondsman you know you can trust.

We are proud to be the bonding company Montezuma County residents trust in times of need. Our bondsmen are here to work with you to secure bail so that your loved one doesn’t have to stay in jail. We have built our reputation on providing fast, friendly service that gets our clients out of jail quickly. Our bail agents will make sure that you truly understand the process and feel comfortable moving forward. We offer the lowest rates, personalized service and operate with your best interests in mind.

GENERAL INFO ABOUT MONTEZUMA County

This is a county in Colorado that was created in 1889 by the Colorado Legislature.

As of the 2010 census, Montezuma County had 25, 535 inhabitants. This is a county that has a rich history of sites of Native American archeology. Its county seat is Cortez. Here are some of the facts you need to know about Montezuma County, Colorado:

History

This county has been occupied since AD 600 and is said to have had an estimated population of anything close to or around 100, 000 in the 12th Century. Between 1200 and 1300, all permanent settlements were abandoned and resettlement was done in the 1870s. The Colorado legislature created this county out of La Plata County in 1889.

Geography of the County

Montezuma has an area of 2, 040 square miles according to the U. S Census Bureau. Over 99% of the county is landmass while around 0.5% is occupied by water. Roughly 1/3 of the county land is tribal and 1/3 is federal land, being administered by the Federal Government. The remaining 1/3 of the land belongs to private citizens or the county.

Here are the county towns:

  • Cortez
  • Dolores
  • Mancos
  • Pleasant View
  • Towaoc
  • Yellow Jacket

The following are the adjacent counties:

  • Apache, AZ – borders Montezuma to the southwest
  • Dolores – north
  • La Plata – east
  • San Juan, NM – south
  • San Juan – northeast
  • San Juan, UT – west

Some quick facts about Aztec Leader Montezuma, after whom the county is named:

  1. Montezuma was not really what his name was. His name was closer to Motecuzoma, Moctezuma, or Moctezoma. 
  2. He did not inherit the throne as most people think. After the death of his uncle in 1502, he was selected by a council of 30 noble lineage elders for his youth, a keen understanding of religion and politics, and his valor in battle.
  3. He lived a luxurious life. He had a palace in Tenochtitlan, had many wives and numerous servants to ensure his comfort.