Is Full Collateral Always Needed?


Code Blue Bail Bonds serves Colorado Springs, Denver, Pueblo and other areas around the state.I recently received a call from a client in the Douglas County Jail. A family member asked me what was meant by “full collateral.” Basically, this means that the entire amount is required by that county. Now, this client found this confusing. What this means is that the jail requires cash in the full amount of the bond.

When working with a jail, sometimes one of my clients might C/S/P? The jail is stating that this bond is available for “Cash/Surety/Property.” That is what that odd set of letters divided by the slashes means. In these cases the bond can be secured by those very things: i.e. cash, etc. This situation, what a jail will or will not take in order to bond a person out of jail, will vary from county to county. The legal system will specify what type of bond is acceptable from case to case and county to county.

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