Bail Bonds Yuma County
Bail Bond Agents in Yuma County, Colorado
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ASAP Bail Bonds Yuma County has local agents standing by to help you post bail. Our bondsmen are the best choice to make when choosing a provider to post your bail bond at the Yuma County jail.
With us, the process gets started on the first call. Not only this, but our agents are operating 24/7 to help you when you need it. This means we can help you day or night and get your friend or family member discharged as soon as possible. ASAP Bail Bonds is the largest bail bonds agency in Colorado and still manages to be a family-owned and operated business. This has given us the ability and motivation to offer our customers the lowest rates and friendliest service statewide. Give us a call today to get your loved one out of the Yuma County jail!
Get Help From ASAP Bail Bonds
We recognize that the bail bond process can be stressful and confusing. ASAP Bail Bonds strives to help guide you through every step of the process. Through our detailed training process, our agents are specialists at walking you through each stage in the most straightforward way possible. You will be in contact with our agent the entire time with 24/7 access for questions and updates. ASAP Bail Bond agents will also make sure you are clear of costs, timelines and expectations. We work with all charges and can post both large and small bail bonds.
We know the process may seem confusing, but we help answer all of your questions. Our agents are specialists in the trade and have been serving Yuma County for years. ASAP Bail Bonds agents in Yuma County have a well-rounded personal network and know how to post your bail bond for the fastest and most simple release process. We offer payment flexibility such as payment plans and collateral alternatives as well, though you may not need these. Most of our bonds are secured with a small one-time charge for a signature bond. Give us a call today to get the process started!
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 be charged.
- 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.
- 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’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.
Cities within Yuma County that we provide service in.
Yuma County Jail Info
Yuma County Detention Center
310 Ash Street, Suite G, Wray, CO 80758
Visiting Hours: Please call the Yuma County jail for information.
Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Yuma County Trusts
In Yuma County, our local ASAP Bail Bonds agents are viewed as approachable, qualified, well-organized and dependable.
This status has been built from the way we function. We always answer every phone call. We always answer every question. Not only this, but we work diligently to advocate for you and your loved one in jail. ASAP Bail Bonds has come through for thousands of families with successful bail bonds and we strive to always improve our service. In Yuma County, we offer the lowest rates and most flexibility for our customers.
GENERAL INFO ABOUT YUMA County
Yuma county of Colorado has a population of around 10,043, and its county seat is Wray.
It borders Cheyenne and Dundy counties to the east, Kit Carson county to the south, and Washington County to the west. Both Logan and Phillips counties border it to the North. Before 1861 when it became part of the Colorado territory, it was a hunting and camping location for indigenous communities of Pawnee, Kiowa, Cheyenne, and Arapaho.
- Yuma County is an agricultural county, and statistics show that it’s the largest producer of corn in Colorado. The county is also the top supplier of hogs, pigs, and the second-largest county in cattle farming. It also produces large amounts of eggs, poultry, and Potatoes, as well as melons, sweet potatoes, and wheat.
- Yuma County has low levels of unemployment rate which stands at 2%, and with the expected job market growth of about 61.4%, in ten years, the rate will come down significantly.
- The cost of living is relatively low with some of the tax rates being lower than the average US tax rates. The sales tax is at 5.3% Compared to the average US Tax rate of 7.3%. The income tax rate is 4.6%. Income and salaries are however lower than the average US rates with the per capita income for the county being $16,005 per year, and the household income at $33,169 annually.
The county mainly supports the Republican Party, especially in presidential elections. There were at least five elections when the county failed to support Republican Presidential candidates though. The most famous one being the landslide win of Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 36th president of the United States.
Points of interest
- Bonny dam reservoir and fishing
- South Republican State Wildlife Area mainly for camping and hunting
- Mt Yuma
- Lake Yuma
- Beecher Island Battleground
- Cliff Theater