DWI/DUI Bail Bonds

If you or a loved one has been arrested for Driving Under the Influence – Driving While Impaired – Driving with Excessive Alcohol Content, you’ll need to post DUI bail bonds quickly to obtain a fast release from jail. Working with a bondsman will simplify the entire process and get you back home more quickly!  

DUI Bail in Colorado: After the Arrest

After someone is arrested in Colorado for DUI/DWI, their bail will be set. In most situations, the defendant won’t have to see a judge before their bail is set. This is because DUI is on the bail schedule. There are some exceptions, however, when the defendant will need to appear before a judge before bail is set. Regardless, if you or a loved one has been arrested for DUI/DWI, contact one of our experienced agents immediately. We’ll work to file paperwork and get everything in order so you can get out of jail as quickly as possible.

Typically, bail for drunk driving starts at $1,000 in Colorado. The bail amount will rise, depending on a variety of factors, including the defendant’s criminal record, flight risk, and general attitude. If the defendant was driving with a suspended license due to a prior DUI, then the bond is statutorily set at $10,000. 

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Why Use DUI Bail Bonds?

When you work with a bail agent as opposed to the other three options, all you have to do is fill out paperwork and pay the agent’s fee. We do the rest. Additionally, you’ll have an advocate working on your behalf in the court, fighting for a fast release. The criminal justice system is confusing, and working with an agent who has specific experience in the jail where you or your loved one is being held is invaluable.

How Do I Post Bail for DUI?

There are a few different ways you can post bail for DUI. First, you can pay the court outright. This option must be paid in full, and it must be cash. Second, you may be able to take advantage of a Personal Recognizance Bond (PR Bond). This occurs when the defendant meets specific criteria that convince the judge they are trustworthy and will return for all court dates. Third, you may be able to obtain a Property Bond, which puts a lien on a piece of property (real estate, a vehicle, etc.), allowing for your release. Fourth, you can work with a DUI bondsman who will post a bond on your behalf for a small fee. 

What to Do after a DUI Arrest

Bail is a right granted by the Eighth Amendment. It serves as a guarantee the defendant will return to stand trial, while also allowing them to be free and treating them as innocent until proven guilty. The most important thing to do after you or a loved one has been booked for DUI or DWI is to work to obtain a fast release. Working with an experienced bondsman will ensure you or your family member or friend gets out of jail as quickly as possible. 

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If you or a loved one needs bail for DUI or DWI bail, contact an experienced agent at All Day All Night Bail Bonds. Our agents have a complete understanding of the bail process and will ensure you get a fast bailout. Get started online or give us a call!

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