Have you ever imagined what it would be like to be arrested and locked away in jail? You might see yourself being handcuffed, put into a police car and driven away. Next you would go through the booking process of being photographed and having your fingerprints taken, pretty much like you see it on T.V. After that you would be allowed to make your phone call before being put into a holding cell where you would wait until it is your turn to appear before a judge.
As all this is taking place the prosecuting attorney would be reviewing the evidence against you to determine what official charges to present in court. State regulations limit the time he has to make his decision in accordance with every defendant’s right to a speedy trial. The seriousness of the charges that the prosecution brings has a lot to do with the judge’s provisions for bail.
If bail is significant most people will need some financial assistance. This is where the bail bondsman comes into the picture. Defendants will have access to a list of bonding agencies within the jurisdiction. You would be able to call directly or ask a friend or family member to make bail arrangements for you.
Once bail is set and your bond posted your bondsman will want to discuss the terms of your bail. Just as the charges against you contributed to the amount of your bail so would they figure into the terms of your release. Your bondsman wants you to succeed in complying to whatever rules the judge applies, the most important being the requirement that you appear in court at every appointed date.
BWB Bail Bonds was built on the premise that any one of us could find ourselves in the position of having to defend against charges that may have arisen merely as a result of unfortunate circumstances. Our agents are experienced and concerned with the needs of each and every client. Call 720-358-2908 to get the kind of help that you deserve – the best!