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The bail bonds process is full of laws, practices, and requirements that can become overpowering for anyone. If you, a friend or loved one ends up needing bail, finding an approved bondsman in Alamosa County, Colorado, is important toward securing the release of friend or family member. At Alamosa County Bail Bonds we are committed to assisting our clients in navigating the legal system in a stress-free and welcoming environment.

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Forget about having to do the bail bond paperwork at the jail. Use our state of the art online system to do the application from your computer, smartphone, or tablet in about 10 minutes.

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Jail Fees: Typically jail fees in Alamosa County are about $40

Forget about having to do the bail bond paperwork at the jail. Use our state of the art online system to do the application from your computer, smartphone, or tablet in about 10 minutes.

Release Time: Once everything is done, typical release times are 2-8 hours.


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OUR Commitment TO YOU

At Alamosa County Bail Bonds, we’re dedicated to offering a helping hand in hard times.

We guarantee every client, obligee, and defendant a polite and professional bail bond service in a helpful and friendly environment.

Our Alamosa County Colorado Bail Bonds staff explains every detail of the bail bond experience to you from beginning to end.

Understanding Bail Bonds And what you need to know

Posting bail in Alamosa County Colorado can be a complex process depending on the type of crime.

Our licensed bondsman are here to clarify every step of the the process for you. Communication is important. We are here to explain instructions given to you by the court, explain the amount of your bail, and to be sure the forms are all filled out correctly.

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Minutes away, Our team of licensed bondsman are ready and waiting.

Being told that someone you care about is in jail (or making that call yourself) is a difficult and frightening experience.

Our licensed bondsmen in Alamosa County are available any time of the day or night. We have an extensive understanding of state laws and the complexities of jail release. Call us or start online and be assured that we will take good care of you.

Online Bail Bonds

Our quick, painless, and secure online bail bonds system is the best way to start your bail bond application.

Avoid having to fill out forms at the jail. Apply for a bail bond in approximately 10 minutes using any device from your current location.

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What you need to know about the Alamosa County Sheriff’s Department

People arrested in Alamosa County will likely be taken to the Alamosa County Jail.  Our licensed bail bond agents are moments away, 24-7, ready to post bail and get you or a loved one home asap. 

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Alamosa County Jail

How Bail Bonds Work In Alamosa County

A defendant must be fully booked (fingerprints must be cleared) before a bond is accepted, which can take a few hours, so typically a bond will take between 3-6 hours. Most bonds need to be submitted before 9:00 pm, so we recommend posting the bond as early as possible, allowing enough time for the process.

Important Links

Important Phone Numbers

Non-Emergency Help 719-589-6608
Crime Stoppers Anonymous Tips 1-719-589-4111

Important Terms

Cash Bail – The total bail amount must be paid in cash. The bail will be kept until the defendant appears in court.

Surety Bond – A bail agent, backed by an surety company, will be responsible for the bail if the defendant does not come to court.

Release on Citation (Cite Out) – An officer gives the accused a ticket directing them to be in court on a particular date for their hearing.

Release on Personal (Own) Recognizance (P.R.) – The defendant is released before their hearing without payment.

Property Bond – Sometimes, a defendant may pay bail by posting valuables to the court. The property may be seized if the accused does not appear in court.​

Some Types Of Bonds We Service:

Criminal Bail Bonds

Rarely, by providing information on the accused that establishes probable cause, an office can get an arrest warrant from a judge or magistrate. 

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Felony Bail Bonds

In the US, the felony/misdemeanor difference is liberal. This means that a crime that can be penalized by more than a year is a felony, and less than a year is a misdemeanor.

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Traffic Bail Bonds

The most frequent type of arrest warrant is for unpaid traffic citations. People can easily lose track of tickets and then they’re behind bars.

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Domestic Violence Bail Bonds

Domestic violence doesn’t just happen between romantic partners. It can refer to any crime perpetrated to manipulate, force, menace, punish, etc. If a roommate breaks something of yours as retaliation, that can be domestic violence.

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Domestic Violence Bail Bonds

Knowing about a warrant is an edge; you can set up a bond before actually getting arrested. Once the bond is approved you can turn yourself in knowing that you will be released without the embarrassment of a surprise arrest and jail time.

DUI Bail Bonds

There are three versions of impaired driving in Colorado:

DUI: Means driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or a combination.
DWAI: Means driving while “ability impaired” by drugs, alcohol or a combination.
DUI per se: Means driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher.

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Drug paraphernalia Bail Bonds

“Drug paraphernalia”

is a definition that means articles, items, or things used for making or using drugs.

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Misdemeanor Bail Bonds

Misdemeanors are relatively lesser crimes when compared with other accusations and don’t often result in jail time. 

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