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Afford-A-Bail Bail Bonds West Hartford


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Phone: 860-469-4550

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West Hartford Bail Bonds

The West Hartford jail is a fast place to get bonded out of. You sign bail guarantee paperwork for Afford-A-Bail starting with our defendant authorization form.  Then one of Afford-A-Bail’s professional bondsmen will sign documents for the West Hartford Police Department.  After that, you or your loved one is released to our friendly agent to sign their release papers. Getting released from jail is easy when you have us as your go-to bondsman. Trust us to get to you before you get sent to prison.

West Hartford Police Department 103 Raymond Rd West Hartford CT 06107 860.523.5203 Website
Hartford Superior Court 101 Lafayette Street Hartford CT 06106 860.566.1630 Website
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How To Post A Bail Bond In Connecticut

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.

How Does “Bail to Avoid Jail” Work?

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.

Bail: Getting out of Jail

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.