Finding a way to get out of jail is the main concern of most people who have been taken into police custody. The eighth amendment provides the right to bail but it often comes with certain stipulations and unless a defendant abides by the conditions of his freedom he will find himself right back behind bars with no possibility of a second chance.
There are several reasons for structuring the system. Without the possibility of bail our jails would be overflowing and more money would have to be spent for housing and feeding people who are yet to have been found guilty of any crime. Thinking along those same lines lawmakers deemed it only fair that defendants who are presumed innocent should have the best opportunity to help organize the case for their own defense. Having to meet with an attorney in a jail cell within hearing distance of other inmates and jailhouse guards would not be the ideal scenario.
It has also been concluded that a defendant who is awaiting trial will be more productive if he is allowed to return to his job and continue to provide a living for his family. If he is forced to stay in jail for a substantial period of time the defendant may be put in serious jeopardy of losing that job which could in turn hurt his loved ones and make life harder for everyone concerned.
When bail is granted it is with the understanding that the defendant make himself available for all court hearings relating to his case. If he has gone through an organized agency to arrange bail a bondsman will have been assigned to his case and help guide the defendant through the process, keeping him advised of all court dates and providing transportation to and from the courtroom, if necessary.
It is much easier to go through something that is totally unfamiliar if you have the help of an experienced authority. In Colorado you can depend on the competence of the agents associated with BWB Bail Bonds. The number in Denver is 720-358-2908.