FAQ Find answers to frequently asked questions

  • How do I find out the defendant’s charges?

    Call us anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we can provide you the information you need regarding the defendant’s charges.

  • What is an Indemnitor?

    An Indemnitor is the responsible party who agrees to pay us for all of the losses on the bail bond. This includes but is not limited to, forfeiture costs, investigator fees, unpaid premiums, attorney fees, foreclosure fees, interest, etc.

  • What if the defendant fails to appear in court?

    The court will order the bail bond. In Colorado, Deluna Bail Bonds will have 120 days from the date of the forfeiture, to find the defendant and return him or to the courts. In most cases the defendant fails to appear in court by mistake or due to inadvertence. In these situations, the defendant’s bond can usually be reinstated provided that the defendant contacts us immediately after he or she fails to appear in court. If we are not contacted immediately, we assume that the defendant has skipped bail.

  • What is a Fugitive Recovery Agent?

    A Fugitive Recovery Agent, also known as a Bail Enforcement Agent, or Bounty Hunter, locates the defendant and surrenders him or her back into the custody of the courts.

  • Is it legal for the recovery agent to make arrests?

    Yes, Deluna Bail Bonds is a fugitive recovery agent, and according to Colorado laws we have the right to arrest the defendant in the event that they skip bail or for any other reason that we see fit.