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Helpful Information: How Aurora Bail Bonds Work:
Important Information for the City of Aurora Bail Bonds
- Per bond, the jail collects a $50 fee
- 1-4 hours is generally the release time
- Our Aurora bail bondsman can complete the bail transaction through email, faxes, credit cards (electronically), or we can meet you at the jail
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Court System Information
The Aurora City Police Chief, currently Chief Nick Metz, maintains the City Detention Center in Aurora Colorado. Unlike other jails Aurora’s detention facility, it is only a temporary housing facility that will hold a defendant for a maximum of 72 hours. If the defendant has not posted bail or resolved their case in front of the Municipal Court within 72 hours, then they will be transported to Adams or Arapahoe County jail. The Aurora Marshall’s Office is responsible for transporting inmates to municipal court or county jails and courts. The City of Aurora has been growing steadily since the 1970’s and the volume of cases heard in its court has grown to make it one of the busiest courts in all of Colorado.
About the City
The City of Aurora got its start as the town of Fletcher, which was founded by a Denver businessman named Donald Fletcher. Fletcher was founded as a real estate speculation, but things did not go so well, especially after the silver market crashed in 1893. Mr. Fletcher eventually fled the town leaving it with considerable debt. The town was renamed Aurora in 1907, after one of its original subdivisions. Aurora began to grow steadily, and at one time in the late 1970’s and early 80’s was the fastest growing city in the US. Aurora is now a Home-Rule Municipality, and is the largest suburb of the Denver Metro Area. The city spans three counties; the majority of the city is spread across Adams and Arapahoe counties with the extreme southeastern portion of the city dipping into Douglas County. Aurora has long had a major military presence. The Army opened Army General Hospital #21 in 1918 which was renamed Fitzsimmons Army Hospital and finally Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center. FAMC is famous for treating President Dwight D. Eisenhower for a heart attack in 1955. The entire eighth floor was turned into offices for the President and his staff while he was recuperating.