We HELP YOU Avoid Jail Time

Think you have a warrant?  Let 303 Bail Bonds in Colorado, help.  When you use 303 Bail Bonds, we will help you contact the courts, find out what your bond amounts are and work with you to come up with solutions so YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPEND ANY UNNECESSARY TIME IN JAIL!

Warrant Process

Our procedure is extremely simple.  Once we have confirmed your warrant we will schedule a time to prepare your bond for you.




So if you are concerned you might have a warrant or already know that you do, allow 303 Bail Bonds an opportunity to assist you and stop looking over your shoulder.  Call us for a free consultation at 720-630-1803.


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Bond Process

Once a person is arrested, they must be booked. This process may take as little as forty-five minutes to several hours. Once a judge sets the amount of the bond, the person also known as the defendant, may post bail and be released until an arraignment hearing date is set. A bond is designed to guarantee said defendant’s appearance in court. The bonding company guarantees to the court that they will pay the total amount of the bond should the defendant fail to appear for court.

When posting a bond with a bonding company, a cosigner or indemnitor is required. A cosigner or indemnitor which is often times a friend or relative, will sign a contract with the bonding company insuring financial responsibility should the said defendant fail to appear for any and all court dates. This obligation does not end until the court has exonerated the bonding company from the case.

Should the defendant fail to appear in court, the cosigner or indemnitor will need to turn the defendant into the bonding company to be surrendered or get the case reset. If the defendant absconds, the cosigner or indemnitor must pay the full amount of the bond. The bonding company will then forward the amount to the courts.

Once the cosigner or indemnitor has signed a contract with the bail bonding company, the bail agent will prepare the necessary paperwork for the defendant’s release. You may co-sign by email, fax or in person at our office. Once the paperwork has taken place in the jail, the defendant is then released.

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Our Quick Easy Process

Call Us

If you or a loved one has been arrested, give our office a call 24/7 at

(720) 630-1803.

Gather Info

One of our bail bond agents will gather the necessary information and verify the bond amount with the court.


Once the paperwork is completed, we can normally post the bond and secure you or your family member's released within a few hours.


The defendant will check-in with us per the terms of the agreement until their court date.

Bond Return

Once the defendant is exonerated or remanded back into the custody of the court, the collateral will be returned to the guarantor or indemnitor of the bond.



Fugitive Recovery

Fugitive recovery agents (also known as bounty hunters) locate and retrieve fugitives who have fled to avoid court appearances. Many of them have law enforcement backgrounds, giving them experience and knowledge that puts them a step ahead of bail jumpers.



A notary public acts as an impartial third-party witness to not only the signature of a document, but also that all parties who signed a document did so willingly and under their own free will.

​Types of documents that may require notarization:

Wills, Trusts, Deeds, Contracts, Affidavits