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Afford-A-Bail Bail Bonds Wethersfield

Phone: (860) 738-3733

Wethersfield Bail Bonds

You can get bailed out of Wethersfield 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 Wethersfield Police Department. Now you or your loved one is released and free to go! For more information about bail bonds, Click Here.

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About Wethersfield

As one of the oldest towns in Connecticut, Wethersfield is home to more than 25,000 people. A town steeped in the roots of the state, the town is also home to the state’s largest historic district—Old Wethersfield—and a number of landmarks from the National Register of Historic Places. Whether you’re a local looking to enjoy the diverse history and rich culture of the region, or a visitor looking for great ways to spend a day with family and friends, Wethersfield offers a number of choices. Better still, many of the towns best attractions and businesses are located along Heritage Way—a 10-mile biking and hiking trail. This means you can leave the worries of navigating the streets or busy city parking behind and get up close and personal with the historical sites, delicious eateries and one-of-a-kind boutiques. For those looking to dive into the history of the area, Webb Deane Stevens Museum offers a glimpse of life nearly three centuries ago. Faithfully restored historic buildings, costumed staff and authentic dining await in this local and tourist favorite. During holidays, the museum hosts special events—including Revolutionary War reenactments, holiday feasts and festive faires—that will leave you speechless. After touring the houses and exhibits, you can head out into the surrounding Old Wethersfield for more historic sites and fun. If you’re looking for a low-key way to enjoy the beautiful Connecticut weather, Wethersfield Cove and Mill Woods Park are both outstanding picks. Once a port used in the expansive onion trade in the region, the Wethersfield Cove still offers boat launch access and a number of picnic areas with stunning views. Mill Woods Park offers plenty of green spaces and the Wethersfield Dog Park—perfect for letting the four-legged family members get out and have some fun too! Should you find yourself in need of bail bonds in Wetherfield, Connecticut, you’ll find four Afford-a-Bail Bail Bonds offices with 30 minutes of many popular Wetherfield attractions. Our closest office is in Hartford, but you’ll also find friendly, licensed professionals waiting to help in Farmington, Meriden and Manchester as well. A quick phone call or visit to our website is all it takes to start the process of getting life back to normal!

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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.