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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
7051 W. 118th Ave. Broomfield, CO 80020 303.466.4272

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

13+ Cities/Locations Including: 1905 Sherman St., Suite 400 Denver, CO 80203 303.837.1313


VETERAN CRISIS LINE 1.800.273.8255 or Dial: 988 then Press 1
Send a text message to 838255
4999 Pearl E. Cir., Suite 106 Boulder, CO 80301 303.440.7306


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

Most people arrested in Broomfield County or Adams County assume that the bail amount assigned to their case is etched in stone. But is it? Does the accused have to accept the bail amount or can they ask the bail bond agent to have it lowered? First of all, the bondsman cannot change the amount of bail. But the courts can and sometimes do because of a line in the 8th amendment which states “excessive bail shall not be required”.
Those six words were added to the Bill of Rights in order to prevent the type of abuse that was common in the English system that much of US law is based on. Bail had been part of the English criminal justice system since 1275, but for centuries the powers that be abused that system by shouldering defendants they didn’t like with bail amounts they could never pay. The 8th amendment was designed to prevent that from happening here. So the answer to the question is: Yes, you can ask for lower bail.

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Courts in Colorado take domestic violence cases extremely seriously. These are some of the most complex cases imaginable as they involve the competing rights of the aggrieved party to live their life free of the threat of violence, stalking and other types of abuse, and the right of the accused to the presumption of innocence. Unfortunately, as any experienced bail agent can attest, domestic violence cases are all too common and courts often place a variety of extraordinary conditions on the release of the accused.
Below we will look at the process the court goes through when determining whether a person accused of domestic violence should be released on bail, and what conditions they may apply to the person’s release.

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Everyone makes mistakes. In the US alone some 4.5 million people are arrested every year. Some are released without ever being charged. Others are charged with a crime and offered bail. With a small percentage, the severity of their crime or a lengthy criminal history will mean they are held without bail. For the purposes of this post, we are going to look at the potential repercussions of being arrested and then released with the help of a licensed bail agent.

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If you’ve been arrested, chances are you will be eligible for bail so that you don’t have to spend however long waiting in jail for your court date. Obtaining bail in Broomfield County and Adams County is easy. Simply contact the bail bond agent, inform them of where you are being held, the charge against you and the bail amount and then do what they tell you.

To learn about factors which could affect your eligibility for bail, and conditions which are often required for bail bonding agreements, review the following guide: Conditions Attached to Bail

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