Many bail bondsmen in the country could be losing their jobs as bail agents. As we know several states have been pushing for bail reforms including New Jersey, and Connecticut. Learn more by reading the article "New bail reforms could put bondsmen out of business in Atlantic city, NJ." from PressofAC.com
An arrest can happen at any time in someone's life. Therefore knowing what to do and when is extremely important. Most parents teach their children how to be safe and how to stay out of trouble, but how many parents teach about what to do when an arrest happens? Probably not many.
Perhaps most parents’ approach is “why talk about something that will never happen to my children”. Parents, think twice. Young adults are part of the highest number of arrests happening in Connecticut, and sometimes these defendants end up incriminating themselves even more by speaking to authorities because they didn’t know any better. Some will even go far and take deals to avoid sitting in jail for any longer which is considered the biggest mistake a young adult can make. A criminal record will stain such an individual for quite some time; most importantly this defendant will have to check the criminal record box in a job application, school or any other entity that requires criminal background checks.
In conclusion, if your child gets arrested; the first step is to call a bail bondsman. Especially call reliable companies with reviews or websites that you can verify in the DOI (Department of Insurance). When calling the bail bond company remember that all phone calls are recorded at all CT jails so most agents will ask for your personal information for insurance purposes then for a contact person's phone number, usually family, so they can co-sign and pay for the bond.
For more information about what you should know before contacting a bail bond agent read our full article posted in Nearsay Hartford - Local Bail Bonds in Hartford.
3-D Bail Bonds is proud to offer free and confidential bail consultations in order to help individuals with their personal bail needs. We understand that each situation is unique and we are here to help. Some may not need a bail bondsman at all, and some may need help with a payment plan for the premium; so please never hesitate and call (860) 247-2245 with your questions. We always have an agent available by phone and a bondsman ready to post bail bonds by your local police department.
Downtown Hartford, Hartford
In the middle of the night, you get a call saying a loved one is in jail. Your focus automatically turns to getting them out, but how? Hartford, CT’s local bail bondsman, 3-D Bail Bonds, is here to explain how to get a bail bond for your loved one’s release. Offering 24/7 bail bonds, this local team can rescue your loved one from
jail custody at any time, day or night.
The following steps will help you get a bail bond and freedom for your loved one:
Get in touch with 3-D Bail Bonds by calling (860) 247-2245. You can also visit them online for more information on their services, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
The Bail Association of CT was established in 2008 to develop and promote a safe, accountable vehicle for licensed bail agent in Connecticut. The Association promotes self monitoring of Bail Agents and the concept that bail is an effective means of securing the appearance of defendants in courts. It is the only form of pretrial release that monitors defendants and has the authority to re-arrest absconding fugitives at no cost to the taxpayer. To learn more about the BAC click here.
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An Act Concerning a Second Chance Society
Sometimes good people wind up on the wrong side of the law, and this may be the case for a loved one. If so, it's important for you to find a bail bondsman to secure your family member's release on bail as soon as possible, for several important reasons. The experts at Connecticut's 3-D Bail Bonds, a 24/7 bail bond service, list five benefits of making sure your loved one is out on bail:
Fewer Convictions: When someone posts bail they are able to fight the case walking in from the public rather than from lock up as a prisoner. They can hire a private attorney or utilize the services of a public defender, automatically increasing his or her chances of a reduction in charges or potentially a complete dismissal. An incarcerated defendant who has been locked up for a prolonged period may be pressured to take a guilty plea in order to gain freedom. Incarcerated defendants often do this without thinking of further consequences to their criminal records. Remember: With a less than 58% conviction rate of defendants released on bail, nearly half are not. And most convictions end up with reduced charges.
It's Easier to Build a Case on The Outside: If someone's behind bars, it can make it difficult to do the research and acquire the resources needed to build a case. Things that we take for granted on the outside, such as phone service and Internet access, are limited or restricted completely when you're in jail. Having access to these resources can make all the difference in the world when building a case.
It Allows Discretion: The longer a person remains incarcerated, the more likely it is that news of the incarceration will spread. A quick release on bail sets the stage for handling the issue privately. Don’t forget you have a Constitutional Right. You are innocent until they prove you're guilty.
Bail Release Can Prevent Job Loss: The more time that someone has to spend away from work, the more likely it is that their absence could result in the loss of their job. If bail is promptly posted with the help of a bail bondsman, your loved one will be able to return to work quickly, with few or no missed work hours.
Bail Saves Taxpayers Money: The average case takes 7 months. 210 days at a rate of $142.47 per day it costs Connecticut Taxpayers $29,918.70 to incarcerate someone awaiting trial. Bail bonds agents providing pretrial release charge the State of Connecticut $0 to insure the appearance of defendants to court.
Serving the state of Connecticut since 1997, the experts at 3-D Bail Bonds care for the needs of their clients with efficiency and discretion. If you need help coming up with the funds to make bail for your loved one or family member, the company's accounting professionals can work with you to find creative financing solutions. Get this 24/7 bail bond service in your corner by calling (860) 247-2245, or learn more by visiting 3-D Bail Bonds online.
3-D Bail Bonds was born almost 20 years ago when a dad, a son, and a friend decided to venture into the bail bonds industry. Since then, 3-D Bail Bonds, Inc. has grown to be one of the most successful bail bonds companies in the country. Across the State of Connecticut you can receive fast and professional service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need assistance in a state other than Connecticut, call us and we will get you the local bondsman in the area to meet your needs.