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About ABC Bail Bonds
We offer 24-hour Bail Bonds services at the lowest allowed rates set by the State of Connecticut.
At ABC Bail Bonds, we understand the frustration and timeliness behind posting bail for your loved ones. Our knowledgeable and professional staff will take care of all the hassle and will assist you and your family with all of your bail needs.
Our staff members are very familiar with the communities they serve. We work hard to provide the best bail bond services to our clients, and we never treat our customers like a number.
Our goal is to assist in making the bail bond process as smooth and effortless as possible because we understand that an experience like this can be overwhelming.
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A Bail Bondsman is an individual who is authorized and licensed by the Connecticut Insurance Department to provide local Bail Bonds.
If you cannot afford bail, you need to hire local bail bondsmen. You will pay a small fee to the agent, who will take on the responsibility of the full bail amount given.The local bail bondsman will usually meet you at the jail facility to execute the bond, if you are not in the same city as the defendant all paperwork and payments for the bail bond service may be handled over the phone.
The local bail bondsmen will need the following information:
- Full name of person arrested.
- Booking number If you know it.
- The location they are being held at.
- How much the bail bond is.
- What the charges are.
Bail is the bond amount set by Police, Bail Staff or Judges to make sure that a person goes to court or returns to court if they are released after they have been arrested. The local bondsman will assist in the bond out process.
Collateral could be money or a physical Property like real estate. A Local Bail bondsmen can request that additional collateral, apart from the premium be given in order to execute a bond. Property is usually evaluated based on equity. All Collateral is returned upon successful completion of court requirements.
Until premium is paid in full for the bail bonds. Payments must be completed within 15 months per Connecticut State Law to the bail bondsman.
The words “bail” and “bond” are often used as if they mean same thing, while while they are closely related to each other, they are not the same thing.Both are a way for a person to be released from incarceration while awaiting trial.“Bail” is a monetary amount set by a judge that a person must pay, and a “bond” is a promise, usually in the form of money paid by a bond company (sometimes referred to as a “bail bondsman”), who has been hired by a defendant, which also sometimes requires collateral to secure.