Our agency answers the phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Any jail, any time. When you need help, we are here to provide our service to you and get you Logan County bail bonds fast to get your loved one out of jail and back home where they belong.
Call Our Local Office At 970-522-4400 to get the help you need, fast!
Logan County Bail Bonds How Bail Works in Colorado:
When attempting to post bail, due to the unpredictability of the industry, it is necessary to get in contact with a bail bondsman that is available anytime, and offers fast friendly service. There are many bail bond companies in the county, but we are the only ones with the experience of having clients in 7 different states, including Colorado. All Day All Night Bail Bonds is currently the best in the area because we offer 24/7 availability, as well as outstanding customer service. Call us anytime to discuss getting a bail bond to release your loved one.
Who We Are
Excellent Customer Service
All Day All Night Bail Bonds excellent customer service. We also build relationships with correctional officers, lawyers, judges and clerk of courts. By using a bondsman, the client is only asked to pay a percentage of the bail, and thereafter immediate release is obtainable. Our office also makes it easy to return to everyday life, so you can go back to work and save for any expenses. We also assist people in the process of getting a new job.
Years of Experience
We have been in business for years. We are known for providing responsible and professional services to our clients, as well as maintaining relationships with the client by communicating future court dates and providing information on where to go after the process is over. Our employees, law enforcement, and court personnel all work closely together to ensure the process is carried out properly, which is why our company is so highly regarded (learn more).
About the County
Logan county located in the north eastern corner of Colorado. The following cities are located in Logan County:
Long’s expedition of the South Platte River in 1820 was the precursor to Fremont’s exploration years lander. In the 1860’s, the Overland Trail was used by many pioneers, miners, and frontiersmen. During this time, the area that was to become Logan County was a treeless wasteland. Big herds of cattle were fattened on the plains, and there were very few settlers. But, in 1887, Logan County was separated from Weld County, becoming it’s own county. During this time, the population of Colorado doubled. The county seat is Sterling, about 140 miles from Denver. It was named after of a city with the same name in another state. Logan County, as of 2010 had 22,709 people living in the area. The county consists of 1,845 acrs, 1,839 of which are land, and 6.3 square miles of the county’s makeup is water. There are currently 7,551 homes located within the county, of which 31.90% have a child under the age of 18 residing. 54% were married couples living together, 9% had a female householder with no husband, and 12.4% were 65 year and over homeowners that lived by themselves. Communities within the county include Atwood, Crook, Fleming, Lliff, Merino, Padroni, Peetz, Proctor, and Sterling. Sterling currently is home of the seat, and has a facility and courtrooms within the vicinity. North Sterling State Park is the state protected area within the county, the Park is home to over 100 camping spots, a swimming beach, and a visitors center. Also residing within the Park is a warm water reservoir. Stocked with Walleye, Wiper, Bass, Yellow Perch, and Channel Fish the camping site, and beach both receive ample public visitations every year.