Bail Bond Process
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A bail in Connecticut is set by a Police Department, Bail Commissioner or a Judge. The bail amount is set based on the severity of the alleged crime, the defendant’s past criminal record and the defendant’s connection or the lack of connection to the community.
In order to “post bail,” or to secure the release of your friend or loved one from jail, full amount of the bail amount must be turned over to the court. While some bail amount can be small, other amounts can still be quite large and beyond the means of most people. This is where Bail Money Bail Bonds can assist you. Our licensed Bondsman will arrange to post the bail on your behalf, so that your loved ones can be released.
Bail Money Bail Bonds agent will walk you through what is a bail bond and what you need to do to get your loved one released from custody. Bail Money Bail Bonds agent will work with your individual financial situation. We offer flexible payment options and interest free financing. Our Bail Money Bail Bonds agent will meet you at the police department or jail where your loved one is located.The state of Connecticut insurance department requires that the premium on any given bond. You pay Bail Money Bail Bonds fee which is 10% on bonds below $5,000 dollars and 7% on bonds over $5,000 dollars of the full bail bond amount.
Bail Money Bail Bonds will post a bail bond with the jail facility where your loved one is located. Bail Money Bail Bonds will walk you through this entire process and immediately let you know what it will take to get your loved one released from jail.
We will do all of this in the fastest possible time, so the defendant can return home to their loved ones right away.Bail Money Bail Bonds provides bail bonds service throughout Connecticut.
We are available 24 hour/7 day a week