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Quick Douglas County Bail Bonds Facts:
- A $30 booking fee and a $10 fee (per bond) is collected by the jail
- The bail agent must call ahead to set a specific time to take the bond
- 30 minutes to 4 hours is the general release time
- Douglas County includes the Municipal Courts of Castle Rock, Parker, Larkspur, Castle Pines, and Lone Tree
- If an ankle monitor has been required by the court, the setup fees must be paid to Pretrial Services before the bond is posted.
- The bail transaction can be completed by meeting physically at the jail, or through emails, faxes, and by using credit cards
Court System Information
About the County
Located midway between Colorado’s two largest cities (Denver and Colorado Springs), Douglas County is home to multiple cities:
Tony Spurlock is the current Douglas County Sheriff, maintaining a Detention Facility in Castle Rock, Colorado. This jail is home to inmates who are serving their time of confinement (as part of their sentence), and inmates who are awaiting the outcome of their criminal case. Additionally, the jail staff is responsible for a number of other duties related to the court, including transportation of inmates for court appearances (in the county and out of the county), and answering out-of-county warrants. Every four years, the elected position of Douglas County Sheriff is up for vote (according to term limits). As well as caring for the Detention Facility, the Sheriff’s Department also has other responsibilities, including crime investigation in incorporated areas of the county, service of process, court security, and patrol. Another area of responsibility is the “task force” role that allows personnel to coordinate with other agencies in other jurisdictions to cross political and jurisdictional borders as they interact.
History of the County
Douglas County is one of the original seventeen counties created when Colorado became a territory on November 1, 1861. Originally the county border ran all the way east to Kansas, but in 1874 most of the eastern portion of the county became Elbert County. The county seat was originally Franktown, but was moved to Castle Rock when Elbert County was formed in 1874. Douglas County is sometimes referred to as the birthplace of Colorado owing to the initial discovery of gold that would lead to the Pike’s Peak Gold rush was at the Russelville settlement in Douglas County. Russellville, located southeast of present day Franktown, was one of the earliest settlements in Colorado and developed into a boomtown for a while during the gold rush and continued to be an important source of lumber because of its location in the Black Forest. Today Douglas County is the seventh most populous county in Colorado and can boast the highest median income of all counties in Colorado.