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Welcome to our website! Connecticut Bail Bond Agency is your one and only stop for all your bail bond needs in the State of Connecticut. Professional and courteous, Connecticut bail bondsman are always available to answer your calls and will start a bail bond process at anytime 24 hours a day, 365 days a year! Never will you be greeted by an answering machine, or automated service, our agency is customer friendly and so are our bondsmen. Experienced and knowledgeable in all phases of the bail bond industry, Connecticut Bail bondsmen have been servicing residents for over 20 years with 100% satisfaction.



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Browse through this website and find any jail house, courthouse, phone numbers and addresses that you may need along with an inmate search tool which can make it easier to find someone you’re looking for. Connecticut bondsmen are here to help and will go the extra step to ensure our customers and their loved ones are well informed and cared for while using our service.

When calling Connecticut bail bonds to request our services, please have the following information available for our bondsmen if possible:

Connecticut Bail Bonds accepts all major credit cards and western union.

Below is some basic information that you should know about a Connecticut bail bond, some quick tips and info that should help you understand the process and what to expect. We go more in depth on our FAQ page that is available to you on this website and by calling our toll free number and speaking with a LIVE bail bondsman at anytime.

What happens after the bail has been posted?
First your loved one will be released from jail after signing some paperwork, once released if transportation is needed for them to get home, just let our bondsmen know they will be happy to help make travel arrangements. The court will mail you a letter with a court date were the defendant will need to appear to plead their case.

What is a Connecticut Bail Bond?
Basically, a bail bond is a guarantee that the defendant will attend all court dates when scheduled. When a bail bond is written, a 10% fee is paid to a bail bondsman to post the full bond amount to the jail.

How much is a Federal Bond?
Connecticut Bail Bondsmen are also available to help with Federal Bonds. Because of the risk associated, federal bail bonds also require a 15% fee.

We hope some of your concerns and questions have been addressed here, and we look forward to helping you with all your bail bond needs. Connecticut Bail Bonds has a reputation that were proud of and we thank our customers for high recommendations of our company.

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