Find Your Court Date
Virtual Court
Find Your Court Date
Virtual Court
Find Your Court Date
Virtual Court

DENNIS BLACKWELL BAIL BONDS

COLORADO SPRINGS PREMIERE BAIL BONDS

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds is a family owned and operated bail bond agency serving Colorado Springs, Colorado. We have been faithfully serving Colorado Springs and the State of Colorado since 1992. We have posted bond for thousands of people since 1992 and we know what people expect during this difficult time.

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds has built its reputation one happy customer at a time. We are widely recognized for our honesty, integrity, and professionalism with the people that we assist in getting their friend or loved one released from jail. We look forward to maintaining our relationship with the Colorado Springs community as the premier bail bond provider in El Paso County.


"1 Minute to the Jail"

"Always Open"

"Lowest Prices"

“Attorney Recommended”

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds is conveniently located within half mile from the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center (CJC) in Colorado Springs, CO. We will make your experience Fast & Easy!

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds never closes, we will assist you in your time of need any time of the day – 24/7, 365 days a year!

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds guarantees the best rates (prices) for bail bonds in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We will work diligently to save every client money!

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds takes pride in being recommended by the top attorneys in Colorado Springs and throughout the State of Colorado.

DENNIS BLACKWELL BAIL BONDS

COLORADO SPRINGS PREMIERE BAIL BONDS

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds is a family owned and operated bail bond agency serving Colorado Springs, Colorado. We have been faithfully serving Colorado Springs and the State of Colorado since 1992. We have posted bond for thousands of people since 1992 and we know what people expect during this difficult time.

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds has built its reputation one happy customer at a time. We are widely recognized for our honesty, integrity, and professionalism with the people that we assist in getting their friend or loved one released from jail. We look forward to maintaining our relationship with the Colorado Springs community as the premier bail bond provider in El Paso County.


"1 Minute to the Jail"

"Always Open"

"Lowest Prices"

“Attorney Recommended”

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds is conveniently located within half mile from the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center (CJC) in Colorado Springs, CO. We will make your experience Fast & Easy!

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds never closes, we will assist you in your time of need any time of the day – 24/7, 365 days a year!

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds guarantees the best rates (prices) for bail bonds in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We will work diligently to save every client money!

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds takes pride in being recommended by the top attorneys in Colorado Springs and throughout the State of Colorado.

Colorado residents trust Dennis Blackwell

BAIL BONDS COLORADO SPRINGS

WANTED FUGITIVES

Click the link to the right to learn more about wanted fugitives in the area and how to help!

LEARN MORE

WANTED FUGITIVES

Click the link to the right to learn more about wanted fugitives in the area and how to help!

LEARN MORE

Court info

Inmate Search

Warrant Search

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds BBB

BBB profile

Court info

Inmate Search

Warrant Search

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds BBB

BBB profile

OPEN 24 HOURS

Call us now! (719) 390-3930

CALL US NOW

OPEN 24 Hours

Call us now! (719) 390-3930

CALL US NOW

BAIL BOND FAQ

Q: What are your fees?

A: The rates are set by State of Colorado Division of Insurance: minimum of $50.00 and maximum of 15%. Our rates range from 4% to 15% depending on the size of the bond.

Q: Do I need collateral?

A: Most bonds are done with a signature only. Large bonds and high-risk bonds do require collateral in certain circumstances.

Q: Do you offer payment plans?

A: We do not offer payment plans. We discount the bond rates, and many times you pay less than those who offer payment plans

CHECK OUR FULL FAQ PAGE
MORE QUESTIONS? CONTACT US

HOW CAN DENNIS BLACKWELL HELP YOU?

If you or someone you know has been recently arrested in the State of Colorado, we can help get you to where you need to be. When the unfortunate happens and you or a loved one is arrested, a bond will already be set or judge will set bond for a certain amount depending on the charges.

The bond amount is the courts guarantee that the person charged will attend all court appearances until final disposition.

Now that bond has been set, give us a call, we will review the situation and come up with the best plan of action. Depending on the amount of bond, and the charges we will determine the lowest percentage rate for the price of the bond and what type of Indemnitor will be required. (Indemnitor: a person guaranteeing the accused to attend all court appearances until final disposition or the entire amount of the bond if the accused fails to appear)

WE SERVE

the State of Colorado with focus in these 4 counties

Colorado Springs

Pueblo

Teller County

Castle Rock

ONLINE BONDING

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds offers bonding from the convenience of your home via email/fax. Call for details.

Call us now (719) 390-3930

ONLINE BONDING

Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds offers bonding from the convenience of your home via email/fax. Call for details.

Call Now! (719) 390-3930

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU GET ARRESTED IN COLORADO SPRINGS?

When you get arrested in Colorado Springs, you will be placed in handcuffs and taken to the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center. Once you arrive at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center, you will begin the booking process. During the booking and processing, you will be fingerprinted, get a mugshot picture taken, and answer questions about your background.

The booking process can take several hours to complete. Once you have finished the booking process, you will be given the opportunity to make phone calls.

What Determines the Amount of My Bail?

If you’re unfamiliar with how to interact with law enforcement, you might make some mistakes. Especially if you’re nervous or anxious… which you probably will be if you just got pulled over.

Some of the things that you’ll want to keep in mind:

After you get arrested, you will have a bond or held without bond until you are advised in front of judge the following court day. The judge will determine the amount of your bail. There are a few things that the judge will consider when setting your bail. A judge will ask themselves a few questions when determining your bail, which includes:

  • What is the defendant’s criminal history?
  • Is the defendant a flight risk?
  • Does the defendant have important family obligations?
  • Does the defendant have a strong connection with the community?
  • Does the defendant pose a public safety risk?

In addition to an amount of bond, the judge may impose conditions that you must follow. Some of these conditions could be travel restrictions, firearm restrictions, and no-contact orders. If you fail to abide by the rules that are given to you, you risk the chance of going back to jail.

C.R.S. 16-4-102 – Right to bail – before conviction

Any person who is in custody, and for whom the court has not set bond and conditions of release pursuant to the applicable rule of criminal procedure, and who is not subject to the provisions of section 16-4-101(5), has the right to a hearing to determine bond and conditions of release. A person in custody may also request a hearing so that bond and conditions of release can be set. Upon receiving the request, the judge shall notify the district attorney immediately of the arrested person’s request, and the district attorney has the right to attend and advise the court of matters pertinent to the type of bond and conditions of release to be set. The judge shall also order the appropriate law enforcement agency having custody of the prisoner to bring him or her before the court forthwith, and the judge shall set bond and conditions of release if the offense for which the person was arrested is bailable. It is not a prerequisite to bail that a criminal charge of any kind has been filed.

Once bond has been set you can call Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds, we will work out the details of the bond to have your friend or loved one released. Once bond is posted at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center your friend or loved one will be released in 2 to 6 hours.

A sheriff must release a defendant within six hours after a personal recognizance bond is set and the defendant has returned to jail or within six hours after a cash bond has been set and the defendant has returned to jail and the defendant or surety notified the jail that bond is prepared to be posted, unless extraordinary circumstances exist. In the event of a delay of more than six hours, a surety and the defendant have a right to know what, if any, extraordinary circumstance is causing the delay. Supervisory conditions of release do not justify a delay in release; except that a sheriff may hold a defendant for up to 24 hours if necessary to ensure a defendant is fitted with required electronic monitoring.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU GET ARRESTED IN COLORADO SPRINGS?

When you get arrested in Colorado Springs, you will be placed in handcuffs and taken to the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center. Once you arrive at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center, you will begin the booking process. During the booking and processing, you will be fingerprinted, get a mugshot picture taken, and answer questions about your background.

The booking process can take several hours to complete. Once you have finished the booking process, you will be given the opportunity to make phone calls.

What Determines the Amount of My Bail?

If you’re unfamiliar with how to interact with law enforcement, you might make some mistakes. Especially if you’re nervous or anxious… which you probably will be if you just got pulled over.

Some of the things that you’ll want to keep in mind:

After you get arrested, you will have a bond or held without bond until you are advised in front of judge the following court day. The judge will determine the amount of your bail. There are a few things that the judge will consider when setting your bail. A judge will ask themselves a few questions when determining your bail, which includes:

  • What is the defendant’s criminal history?
  • Is the defendant a flight risk?
  • Does the defendant have important family obligations?
  • Does the defendant have a strong connection with the community?
  • Does the defendant pose a public safety risk?

In addition to an amount of bond, the judge may impose conditions that you must follow. Some of these conditions could be travel restrictions, firearm restrictions, and no-contact orders. If you fail to abide by the rules that are given to you, you risk the chance of going back to jail.

C.R.S. 16-4-102 – Right to bail – before conviction

Any person who is in custody, and for whom the court has not set bond and conditions of release pursuant to the applicable rule of criminal procedure, and who is not subject to the provisions of section 16-4-101(5), has the right to a hearing to determine bond and conditions of release. A person in custody may also request a hearing so that bond and conditions of release can be set. Upon receiving the request, the judge shall notify the district attorney immediately of the arrested person’s request, and the district attorney has the right to attend and advise the court of matters pertinent to the type of bond and conditions of release to be set. The judge shall also order the appropriate law enforcement agency having custody of the prisoner to bring him or her before the court forthwith, and the judge shall set bond and conditions of release if the offense for which the person was arrested is bailable. It is not a prerequisite to bail that a criminal charge of any kind has been filed.

Once bond has been set you can call Dennis Blackwell Bail Bonds, we will work out the details of the bond to have your friend or loved one released. Once bond is posted at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center your friend or loved one will be released in 2 to 6 hours.

A sheriff must release a defendant within six hours after a personal recognizance bond is set and the defendant has returned to jail or within six hours after a cash bond has been set and the defendant has returned to jail and the defendant or surety notified the jail that bond is prepared to be posted, unless extraordinary circumstances exist. In the event of a delay of more than six hours, a surety and the defendant have a right to know what, if any, extraordinary circumstance is causing the delay. Supervisory conditions of release do not justify a delay in release; except that a sheriff may hold a defendant for up to 24 hours if necessary to ensure a defendant is fitted with required electronic monitoring.

The Homer & Diane Blackwell President’s Leadership Award

Homer L. Blackwell Jr. 5/18/45 – 1/30/14 | Diane K. Blackwell 1/7/47 – 5/21/10

LEARN MORE

The Homer & Diane Blackwell President’s Leadership Award

Homer L. Blackwell Jr. 5/18/45 – 1/30/14 | Diane K. Blackwell 1/7/47 – 5/21/10

FOLLOW US ONLINE

FOLLOW US ONLINE