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Find us on Google      If you or someone you love is ever in trouble with the law, give Mac’s Bail Bonds a call. Our team of professionals will walk you through the entire bail bond process from start to finish. Our agents will not just stop at posting bail, but we are here for our clients throughout the entire court process to provide documents, court dates, answer questions, and help you through this situation. Mac’s Bail Bonds Denver Bail Bonds Office 3570 E. 12th Ave., Suite 402 Denver, CO 80206 (720) 229-4407 https://plus.google.com/+MacsBailBondsDenver/about     Mac’s Bail Bonds Arapahoe Bail Bonds Office 8400 E. Crescent Pkwy., Suite 681 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 (303) 834-1184 https://plus.google.com/+MacsBailBondsEnglewood/about Mac’s Bail Bonds Aurora Bail Bonds Office 2950 S. Jamaica Ct., Suite 302 Aurora, CO 80014 (720) 222-9499...

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How Long Does It Take To Get Released From Jail?

How Long Does It Take To Get Released From Jail?

Once you have put together a bail bond and it becomes posted, there is a certain time you have to wait until the defendant can get released called being booked out. This time can vary from jail to jail, but listed below are the estimated wait times per the main jails we service. Estimated Release Times After The Bail Bonds Are Posted: Adams County: 2-8 Hours Arapahoe County: 1-6 Hours Aurora Municipal: 10 minutes – 2 hours Boulder County: 2-4 Hours Broomfield County: 1-4 Hours Denver County: 2-6 Hours Douglas County: 45 Minutes – 4 Hours Gilpin County (Blackhawk): 10 minutes – 1 Hour Jefferson County: 2-6 Hours Weld County: 2-6 Hours...

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What A Blog Can Do For Your Bail Bonds Website

What A Blog Can Do For Your Bail Bonds Website

     Blogging has been a fantastic way for Mac’s Bail Bonds to connect to future and current clients updating them with current news, events, and information. The internet has become a fierce advertising method and Google seems to give a lot of credit to businesses that consistently have updated information and are active. This is why our team strives to add at minimum two blog posts a month that pertain to the bail bonding world.   Here are a few reasons that if you do not have a bail bonds blog for your website, you need to get one: Links:      Link building is a crucial part of a website and a websites online reputation. The more links that point to your website, the stronger reputation the website is going to have. Now be aware spam links can actually hurt your website, you want to build natural, good sourced links from other reputable websites, not the ones you pay for or comment spam.      With a blog, the different topics you talk about will increase your chances of receiving links. Try to stay away from repetitive posts with duplicate content. Duplicate content can also hurt your website and once your website has been penalized, it is very tough to get it back where it once was.   Updated & Active Website:      Having an updated and active bail bonds website tells search engines that your still around and are going strong. Search engines love fresh content and will rank fresh updated content above old out dated articles. Many times the content on the website pages do not change, that is why it is important to keep an active, updated blog.   More Keyword Rankings:      Blog posts are not only user friendly, but they give the business many opportunities to rank for multiple keywords. Lets say your website was just focused on the keyword “Bail Bonds”, when blogging you can have articles regarding “Arapahoe County Bail Bonds“, “Aurora Bail Bonds“, or “Denver Bail Bonds” that all have chances of ranking for those keywords. Every person is different and someone might search differently to find a local bail bondsman.   More Chances To Rank:      The more unique, fresh, and updated articles you blog about will give you more of an opportunity to rank for those articles. You have a higher chance of appearing on the first page. Now keep in mind you do not want duplicate content or a lot of the same articles. It takes me days at a time to research and think about my next blog posts.   Frequent Visitors:      Giving clients, customers, and followers new information frequently will get them to keep coming back. The more clicks to your bail bonds...

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Why A Local Office Helps When Posting Bail Bonds

Why A Local Office Helps When Posting Bail Bonds

     Having a local office can mean many positive things when getting a defendant out of jail. It means a quicker release for the defendant, an easy place to meet co-signers and defendants, shows the public your a reliable bail bond service that can follow through on promises and plans, and much more.      It provides a quicker release for a defendant because the co-signer and the bail bondsman can meet at the local office to complete all of the paperwork and it is not to far from the jail for the bail bondsman to go. You do not want to wait 2 hours for a bail bondsman to meet you because that means the defendant sits in jail longer.      Having a local office means an easy place for the co-signer and bail bondsman to complete all of the documents. A local office provides the proper equipment and environment for co-signers and bail bond agents to finish and go through all documents pertaining to the bail bond.      With any business trust and reliability is crucial and when you have a local bail bond office clients can go to for assistance the bail bondsman is more reliable and less likely to take advantage of clients. I have heard of bail bond agents never meeting co-signers at specific planned times and when the co-signer comes to the office there is no misconceptions about meeting times or places. Where are Mac’s Bail Bonds local offices? Denver Bail Bonds Office Arapahoe Bail Bonds Office Aurora Bail Bonds Office   Mac’s Bail Bonds Google Listings: Denver Bail Bonds Arapahoe Bail Bonds Aurora Bail...

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The Top 5 Bail & Bounty Hunter Movies

The Top 5 Bail & Bounty Hunter Movies

You don’t see bail bond services in the movies to often, but bounty hunters have become hit roles throughout the production business. Here are my top 5 bail bond and bounty hunter movies. 5) Bad News Bears Chico’s Bail Bonds was made famous for sponsoring the little league team in the movie Bad News Bears.     4) The Rundown This movie featured a bounty hunter that was not capturing a fugitive for the courts, but the bounty hunter was paid to bring a son back to his father. As always, you don’t want to mess with The Rock.     3) Midnight Run Midnight run featured a bounty hunter capturing a mob informant in order to testify in court. Robert De Niro is hilarious in this comedy.     2) One For The Money Katherine Heigl is unemployed, just lost her car, and has no where to go except her cousin Vinny’s bail bond service to get a job. Her first assignment is to find an ex lover from back in high school.     1) The Bounty Hunter Gerard Butler (The Bounty Hunter) is assigned a case to find his ex Jennifer Aniston after she skips on bond. Gerard Butler runs into a couple bumps in the road while attempting to bring Aniston back. Funny comedy and is our #1 bounty hunter...

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Why Bail Bond Agents are an Important Part of the Criminal Justice System

Why Bail Bond Agents are an Important Part of the Criminal Justice System

     Bail allows an accused defendant freedom while going through trial. This is because in our criminal justice system every defendant is innocent until proven guilty. The questions that keep coming up are how effective is our bail system and do bail bond agents provide any good to the communities?       Bail bond agents have a financial obligation to the courts if the defendant fails to appear at any of the court dates. That means if defendant fail to meet this obligation, the bail bondsman would be on the hook for thousands of dollars. I couldn’t think of any better incentive for bail bond agents to stay on top of defendants about court appearances. Instead of tax payers footing the bills for these defendants, bail bond agents are the ones responsible to pay.      Every time a bail bondsman posts bail, a defendant gets released from the tax payer funded jails. That means tax payers do NOT have to pay for the defendants medical, food, shelter, maintenance, and staffing to provide these services once this defendant is released.      When talking about the safety of the communities, everyone has seen the exaggerated Hollywood productions that make bounty hunting look reckless. These shows do not depict what actually does happen when looking for fugitives. A close family member of mine is a full time investigator (bounty hunter) who has been capturing fugitives for close to 10 years. I would say he catches about 300 defendants a year to return them to court. He has never had to kick down a door, use his firearm, or get into any of these shootouts you see on TV because he is smart about it. His best friends and best resource while in the field are the local police departments to ensure no one gets hurt and the situation is under control.      The investigator or bail bondsman spends the hours of research to find the location of the defendant, whereas law enforcement does not have the man power or funding to spend these hours of time on each and every defendant. Without talking much about Pre-Trial Release and there government funded program to release defendants without supervision of a bail bondsman, this explains how Pre-Trial Release does not have the authority or the man power to find these fugitives. Going back to my previous statement of there is no better incentive to find a defendant than the bail bondsman being liable for thousands of dollars. Getting these defendants off the streets and back into court to face their crimes is the most important part.      When a judge sets a bond, these figures are not just random numbers a judge thinks up, but rather a gathering of information...

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