Enfield Bail Bonds
You can get bailed out of Enfield FAST. You call us at our phone number to notify the bail bondsman about your bail. Start with filling out our defendant authorization form online. Then one of Afford-A-Bail’s bondsman will provide documents to the Enfield Police Department. Now you or your loved one is released and free to go! For more information about bail bonds, Click Here.
About Enfield CT
Enfield Connecticut originally took its name from Enfield, in London England. As many people living here will know, it is the home of Lego in the United States and was the home of Hallmark Cards until 2016 when they decided to move all of their distribution to Kansas City.
Being the cities second largest employer, this hit the community hard, but Enfield people are nothing if not resilient, and the city is still a magnificent place where many people choose to live and work.
Alcohol plays a significant part in the cities life, with many bars and restaurants scattered around the city, and the famous Powder Hollow Brewery, part of the cities DNA. Many people would say that the people of Enfield work hard and play hard, which of course means that occasionally tempers can fray, and arguments take place. Should things ever get out of hand, and you or a loved one gets arrested, rest assured that Afford-A-Bail has an office based in the center of Enfield.
Their team is available 24/7, to come to your assistance quickly, getting to work on your behalf to make sure that you spend as little time in jail as possible. Should the worst ever happen, make sure to give the team at Afford-A-Bail a call to ensure a speedy release.
In our line of work, we get asked many questions from our clients, but inevitably the number one question we are asked on a daily basis is “How do I post a bail bond?” This is typically accompanied by a lot of stress, worry, and concern from the person asking the question, due to their loved one being in jail.
When one is arrested for committing a crime, he is innocent until proven guilty. However, the person will be put to jail and the prosecution moves on. Unfortunately, the criminal justice system takes a long time to resolve a case. In order to remain free while waiting for the court appearance, the accused person posts a bail.
The first, and probably the only thing, that preoccupies the minds of people in jail is how they could get out as quickly as possible. One way this could be achieved legally is by paying bail.
Bail is the cash or any other form of property given by a charged or arrested person, to secure his release from jail with the understanding that he will present himself anytime he is needed in the court. If the defendant absconds or does not return to court at the prescribed time, he not only forfeits his property or cash, the court can order his arrest.