Bail for criminal defendants appearing in a District Court will be handled by a Federal bond. District Courts deal with interstate crimes like drug trafficking, crimes against a federal agent, any involvement with organized crime, or crimes to do with the military.
There is no set bail schedule concerning interstate crimes. A judge will have complete discretion when it comes to setting the bail amount at the time of the arraignment hearing. There will also be a hearing to determine that the defendant ‘s cash premium, or any collateral put up, is coming from a valid source.
Federal bonds differ from local Denver bail bonds, in that they require a higher guarantee paid to the court to assure that the defendant will be present at scheduled trial dates.
BWB Bail Bonds handles Denver bail bonds, and more. Their services extend across the state of Colorado. Call for help from BWB anytime of the day or night. Call 720-358-2908.Tags: Denver Bail Bonds