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How Bail Bonds Work...
What is bail?
Bail is the amount of money required by the court to release a defendant from custody. Bail is set by the arresting Police Department or by a Judge of the Connecticut Superior Court.
What is a bail bond?
A bail bond is a contract that enables people to pay a small amount of the bail cost, usually around 7 to 10%, to a bail bond agency. The agency then provides the court with the rest of the bail amount and promises that their client will return for trial.
What is the Bail Bond process?
A family member, friend, or defendant calls a Bail Bond Agent. The agent will ask a series of simple questions, such as name of defendant and date of birth. The agent will research the bond amount, pending charges, and check the background of the defendant. The agent will notify the client of an approval or disapproval of the bond. *A state minimum of 35% of the cost of the bond is required to post bonds.
How does the process work?
One or more co-signers are needed to get a Bond posted. A cosigner is a person that will sign an agreement stating that they will be responsible for paying half of the full amount of the bond in the event that the defendant fails to appear in court on their appointed day. As a co-signer you will need to be 21 or older, have a valid state issued I.D.,proof of employment and/or residence.