How Denver Bondsman and Courts Operate

If you should be required to supply collateral for a bail bond, typically the rules is that you will need to post an item that has at least 150% of the value of the bond. Proving the defendant shows for all of his or her court dates, the item you used as collateral will be returned. However if the person does not show for the required court dates and cannot be located within 180 days, the collateral will be considered payment for the bond and forfeited. The court will then require the Denver bondsman to pay that persons full bond amount within 30 days. This is the reason why many bail bondsman require some form of collateral. If by chance the defendant does not show up for court and cannot be located, the collateral will be considered payment to cover the bond.

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