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Myths about Bail Bonding in Colorado

Bail Bonding Myths in ColoradoThere are many myths about bail bonding in Pueblo, and across Colorado. As bail agents, we have a complete understanding of the process, and seek to change the public’s perspective about bail bonds. In today’s blog post, we’re going to look at some of the most common bail bond myths, and why they’re incorrect.

 

Myth: Paying for Bail Bonds Using Cash

 

One of the most common myths out there is that you have to pay a bail agent using cash. While cash is accepted as a form of payment, most bail agents offer alternate payment methods, such as credit card. Additionally, bail bond company’s usually offer payment plans, which make obtaining a bail bond much easier and more affordable.

 

Myth: You Have to Go to the Jail to Bail Someone Out

 

One of the best things about working with a bail agent is that you don’t have to go to the jail to post bail for someone you care about. Instead, you simply need to call a bail bondsman in the area. They will walk you through the paperwork, and once you have co-signed the bail bond and paid the fee, the bail agent will go the jail and get your loved one released. You can even bail someone out while living in another state in this way.

 

Myth: Bail Agents Can Help You Get Bail Lowered

 

Once bail has been set, you cannot negotiate the amount. The only person that can help reduce bail amounts before they are set is a criminal defense lawyer arguing on your behalf at a bail hearing. While bail agents are very experienced at helping people get out of jail who have been arrested, they aren’t able to negotiate or work to lower bail amounts.

 

Myth: The Bail Bond Fee Will Be Refunded at the Completion of the Case

 

This is a common myth, but it simply isn’t true. The bail bond fee is an amount you pay for the service of the bail agent. It is non-refundable. If you don’t’ work with a bail agent, and post bail using only cash (all up front), then the money will be returned at the completion of the case. However, you will have to come up with much more money initially to get your loved one bailed out, as opposed to working with a bail agent.

 

Get a Loved One Bailed Out Today: Call All Day All Night Bail Bonds

 

If you are confused by all the legal jargon and information available online concerning bail bonds, don’t hesitate to give All Day All Night Bail Bonds a call. The experienced bail agents at our agency will answer your questions and give you advice about the best options for bailing out your loved one. Call now to learn more!

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