The amount of bail in Colorado is determined by the judge presiding over the case. There is a guideline that judges refer to when making their determination. The Aurora bail schedule is set up by a board of state superior court judges. Law stipulates that bail should not be excessive, but other than that, the judge does have the leeway to consider things like a defendant’s past history in the system, and family and community ties.
Bail schedules set the amount to match the crime, the more serious the offense, the higher the bail. A 1st offense DUI charge, for instance will set bail at $500.00, 2nd offense, $1000.00. The greater crime of 1st degree burglary will require a $20,000.00 bond. Bail can be arranged with a certified check, cash, or through a licensed Aurora bail bondsman like BWB Bail Bonds.
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