You don't have to be a hardened criminal to end up behind bars. A lot of people think that they will never be arrested, and we hope they are all right! They assume, "I'm a law-abiding citizen. I pay my taxes, and I don't bother anyone. So I don't have to worry about going to jail." Sadly, people often end up in jail for crimes that they didn't commit. And while we'd like to think that this only happens on extremely rare occasions, it actually happens all the time! Good to Go Bail Bonds is a Denver bail bonds company, and we see it happen every day!
Whether it's a guy who gets falsely accused of violence during a verbal domestic dispute by a vindictive partner; or whether it's someone who matched the description of a wanted person; people get arrested in Denver for crimes they didn't commit on a daily basis. Then, there is another group of otherwise decent, law-abiding citizens who sometimes end up in jail.
Who are Denver Bail Bonds for?
Sometimes, people are in the wrong place at the wrong time. For example, one of our past clients took his wife out for dinner and movie one night, and they stopped at a Walmart's on the way home. Inside of Walmart's, another man bumped into our client's wife and became irate at the woman, screaming and cursing her and then finally shoving her. When the angry fellow shoved our client's wife, our client (who had never been in trouble before) hit the irate man in the head with the tire iron he was preparing to buy from Walmart's. The irate man fell and cracked his head on the hard floor, causing severe damage from which the man almost died.
Because our client used what was deemed to be a deadly weapon, he was charged with aggravated battery and his bail bond was set to $50,000. We are able to get him out for $5,000, and he eventually beat his case at trial. This is just one of many examples we could give you. Suffice it say, you don't have to be a hardened criminal to find yourself in need of Denver bail bonds.
Why Denver Bail Bonds are So Important
At Good to Go Bail Bonds, we're proud to provide a service that enables people who have been charged with crimes to get out of jail, prepare their defense, and remain innocent until proven guilty. Even people who are guilty of the crimes they've been charged with; even people who are "hardened criminals" deserve to have a bail bond. It is a constitutional right.
Think about the client of ours in the example above. What if we hadn't been there to bail him out? Do you think he would have been able to defeat the State of Colorado from a jail cell? It's highly unlikely! By him being released on bail, our client was able to track down eye witness, interview multiple lawyers and hire the one he liked, and he ultimately proved that he was not guilty based on circumstances.