Monday, October 22, 2012

Bond Squad Bail Bonds Receives 2012 Best of Castle Rock Award

Recently, Bond Squad Bail Bonds was granted the esteemed "2012 Best of Castle Rock Award".  This was quite an unexpected honor; yet one we're very proud of.  In addition to receiving the Award, the following Press Release was published by the Castle Rock Awards Program:

Press Release
"Bond Squad Bail Bonds Receives 2012 Best of Castle Rock Award
Castle Rock Award Program Honors the Achievement
CASTLE ROCK October 15, 2012 -- Bond Squad Bail Bonds has been selected for the 2012 Best of Castle Rock Award in the Bail Bond Services category by the Castle Rock Award Program.
Each year, the Castle Rock Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Castle Rock area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2012 Castle Rock Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Castle Rock Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Castle Rock Award Program
The Castle Rock Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Castle Rock area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Castle Rock Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy."
SOURCE: Castle Rock Award Program

As an organization that prides itself on building and continuing a stellar reputation of Customer Service and Community Support, it is very uplifting to see our efforts rewarded.  


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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Douglas County D.A. wastes 3 years prosecuting innocent disabled man

Here's a Case that appears to highlight the current viewpoint of many of our prosecutors.  Tyler Sanchez; a mentally disabled young man, was charged and prosecuted for sexual assault on an 8 year old girl.  While the nature of this crime is reprehensible and especially heinous; the obviously wrongful prosecution of Tyler Sanchez by Douglas County Chief Deputy District Attorney John Topolnicki was no less criminal.  Three years after DNA evidence excluded Tyler as a perpetrator of the crime; in addition to zero physical or factual evidence linking him to the crime, the D.A.'s office was forced to stop their charade when it became apparent the Judge was going to dismiss the case.  In a vain attempt to save face and show compassion, the Douglas County District Attorney's office finally relented and dropped the charges against Mr. Sanchez before the Judge could throw out the case.

After spending untold tens of thousands of Taxpayer Dollars and years of wasted Court time, Douglas County Chief Deputy District Attorney John Topolnicki has allowed the true perpetrator of this heinous crime to remain at large.  Once the Prosecutors had their sights on Mr. Sanchez, why continue investigating when finding the real perpetrator would only prove they were wrong.  Never mind the true pursuit of Justice and the Oath to uphold it the Prosecutors swore.

Here are some Links to this story:

Defense Attorney Iris Eytan remained steadfast in her conviction to defend Tyler and was right to be critical of the Prosecutors' handling of the case.

Here's an excerpt from the Denver Channel 7 story on this case: ""As for the lack of DNA evidence, Topolnicki said, "the analysis eliminated the defendant as a contributor to the (DNA) mixture, but did not exonerate him as the perpetrator of the crime. There are a variety of innocent explanations that would explain family members or unknown others as contributors" to the mixture of DNA found on the child's underwear. The defense attorney scoffed at the prosecutor's assertion. "It's the first case in history where DNA doesn't count," Eytan said. "So DNA only counts when it convicts somebody, but it doesn't count when it exonerates somebody. "Meanwhile, Topolnicki blamed defense attorneys for dragging out the case, saying they objected to some prosecution requests for evaluations of Sanchez. "If these evaluations had been done sooner, the case would have been resolved sooner," the prosecutor said. Eytan fired back, saying, "It's offensive that the prosecution that was prosecuting an innocent person for three years would blame the defense for making this last this long." She said Sanchez's family has had to spend money on attorneys and private investigators along with paying $380 a month for a mandated GPS tracking-device that Sanchez had to wear on his ankle for 2½ years. Ultimately, Eytan said, law enforcement officials have so far failed to find the man who really attacked the young girl. "How about letting the real guy who committed this offense go off because they were so focused on Tyler?" she said.""

Unfortunately; it appears the mindset of the D.A.'s office in this case was "Any Defendant will do" and "A Defendant in the hand is worth two in the bush".


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