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​4 Frequently Asked Questions About Bail Bonds April 15, 2016

​4 Frequently Asked Questions About Bail Bonds, ,

There’s nothing scarier than seeing a loved one put behind bars. Unfortunately, since bail bonds aren’t something people typically research until they need one, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about how they work. If you need to bail out a loved one but don't know where to start, 3-D Bail Bonds in Hartford, CT, will help.

3-D Bail Bonds is available 24/7 throughout the state, and they offer various financing options. Here are their answers to four frequently asked questions about the bail bond process:

  • bail bondsWho Determines The Bail Amount? A judge sets the bail amount during a hearing following the arrest. In order to determine the amount, the judge considers a variety of factors, including previous convictions, the severity of the crime, the defendant’s community presence, and whether he or she has steady employment.
  • Should I Hire A Bail Bond Agent? If you cannot afford bail, you will need to hire a bail bond agent in order to get your loved one released. 3-D Bail Bonds has experienced agents all over the state who know how to get loved ones out of jail as fast as possible.
  • What Does The Bail Bondsman Need To Know? Before you contact a bail bondsman, make sure you have the defendant’s full name, which jail he or she is in, the booking number, the charges, and any other information that might be useful.
  • How Long Will It Take To Post Bail? Typically, the bail agent will meet you at the jail to post the bail. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the charges and how crowded the jail is that day, it may take up to a few hours.

It’s natural to feel scared and helpless after a loved one is arrested. But it’s also important to remember you’re not alone. 3-D Bail Bonds in Hartford, CT, has experienced agents all over the state who will reunite you with your loved one as soon as possible. Check out their website for more information on how bail bonds work, and call them at (860) 247-2245 to discuss your situation.

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