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2551 W. 84th Ave. Westminster, CO 80031 -- 2206 Victor St. Aurora, CO 80045 1.844.493.8255
8989 Huron St. Thornton, CO 80260 303.853.3500
4407 Morrison Rd. Denver, CO 80219 303.936.2688
1633 Fillmore St., GL2a Denver, CO 80206 720.500.1020
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Mental Health, Behavioral Health, and Substance Abuse

4242 Delaware St. Denver, CO 80216 303.825.8113
2551 W. 84th Ave. Westminster, CO 80031 -- 2206 Victor St. Aurora, CO 80045 1.844.493.8255
Sober Living Adams County
Elevate Recovery, 10670 Sully Way, Northglenn 303.358.1799
Sammies Sober Living
1660 E. 112th Place, Northglenn 720.365.6065
To find a local AA Group visit:
Broomfield Mental Health Clinic
897 HWY 287 Suite #200, Broomfield, CO 80020 303.443.8500

Disability Resources

9197 W. 6th Ave., #1000 Lakewood, CO 80215 303.233.3122

Legal Services

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4999 Pearl E. Cir., Suite 106 Boulder, CO 80301 303.440.7306


4430 S. Adams County Pkwy. Brighton, CO 80601 303.447.9636

For centuries the bail system in the US has been helping to ensure accountability on the part of those accused of crimes and justice for the victims of crime. But it’s no exaggeration to state that most people have little idea about how the system works. One of the biggest disconnects concerns the difference between cash bail and a bail bond. To most people, there is no difference. Bail is bail and is something arranged for through a bail bond agent. But that is an incomplete understanding at best. Read on to learn more about the important difference between…

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Like the bail bond agent, the public defender is an integral part of the criminal justice system in America. A public defender is appointed by the court to those individuals accused of crimes who are not able to afford private legal representation. This right to counsel was established by the 6th amendment to the constitution, but it only applies to criminal cases, not civil cases or cases where there is no possibility of imprisonment. Despite the important work that public defenders do there are definitely advantages and disadvantages associated with opting for a public defender in Adams County, or…

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Hollywood’s idea of bail goes like this: the suspect is dragged before a judge in a crowded courtroom where the prosecutor requests that she be held without bail and her lawyer asks that she be released without conditions. The judge then makes some pithy remark and sets bail at an amount that doesn’t please anyone. In reality, bail hearings are not nearly as common as popular media would have you believe. Read on to learn what a bail hearing is, why most people never have one and the role of the bail bond agent in all of this.

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The last thing anyone wants when they’re on vacation is to be arrested. If you came all the way from the East Coast to hike in the Rockies and wind up in a jail in Adams County or Denver it not only ruins your vacation but it creates a series of related problems that must be addressed in the proper manner. Failing to do so could brand you a fugitive, permanently damage your record and compromise your personal and professional development. In this post, we’ll look at how a bail bond agent can help you deal with being arrested in Colorado.

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Living with an arrest warrant hanging over your head means you are never truly free. Even an incidental encounter with the police could end up with them discovering the warrant and taking you into custody. Any time someone rings your doorbell you’ll fear the police coming to serve the arrest warrant. Or, depending on the severity of the charge, they may come right into your place of work and take you out in cuffs in front of everyone. After more than 16 years of experience, the Urban Bail Bonds team knows how active warrants can undermine quality of life. This raises the question – “should you turn yourself in?”

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If you or someone you care about has been arrested you know how confusing the whole thing can be. What do you do now? Do you call the bail bond agent or a loved one or a lawyer? How does bail work anyway? Do you have to wait for a bail hearing or will someone inform you how much your bail is going to be? And what the heck is a bail schedule?

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In most cases that don’t involve serious felonies, posting bail in Broomfield County or Adams County is a pretty simple and straightforward process. Unfortunately, once released many people make fundamental missteps that result in their bail being revoked and perhaps other charges being brought against them. In this post we are going to look at some of the most common mistakes people make after the bail bond agent has helped secure their release.

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