Avon, CT Bail Bonds

Your Trusted Bail Bondsman for 24/7 Bail Bonds

Easy, Fast & Professional Bail Bond Services

Relying on Alliance Bail Bonds to fulfill all of your bail bonds needs means that you’ll have our professionals available at any time of day. That’s right, we’re available 24/7, so that no matter where you are or what services you need, we’ll be here to assist you.

Do you need assistance with a recent arrest? Or do you have a loved one that has recently been detained? Our Canton bond agents are ready to answer your call! We’ll be able to help you with any parts of the bail bond process. Don’t worry, we’re always discreet and confidential with any information you share with us.

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Alliance Bail Bonds, CT

Our Office Serving Avon, CT

Address:  1658 Farmington Ave., Unionville, CT 06085

860-585-5245 (JAIL)
844-365-2245 (BAIL)

Email: AllianceBailBondsCT@yahoo.com

Hours of Operation: 
Monday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Friday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Bail Bond Process in Avon


Bond is Set 
Once arrested, the Avon Police Department will determine the bail for the release. The defendant must stay in jail until the bail is paid.


Call Alliance Bail Bonds

In order to assist you in the release of the person we require the name, birth date, jail, bail amount, etc. to satisfy the bail amount. It is Alliance’s number one priority to get your loved one back home.


Our Agent Meets You

After calling Alliance, a meeting with one of our trusted bail bond agents will be arranged. Our bail bond agent will explain the process.



Our bail bond agent will arrive at the police department and fill out the necessary paperwork for the release.


The Court Date Arrives

After release, the individual must return to court on the required date.


The Bond is Exonerated

The bond must be paid back to Alliance Bail Bonds regardless of the result of the case.

Avon, CT Bail Bond Information

Hartford, CT Superior Court

  • Geographical Area 9: (Hartford, Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, Farmington, West Hartford)
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 101 Lafayette Street, Hartford 06106
  • Chief Clerk's Office: (860) 566-1630
  • Fax: (860) 566-1983
  • Adult Probation: (860) 566-3343
  • Bail Services Phone & Fax: (860) 566-4966 & (860) 566-3385
  • Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
  • Public Parking: Metered Parking is available on both sides of Lafayette and Washington Streets. The meters take only coins or credit cards. Public Courthouse Parking is also available on Grand Street for $8.00 per day.
  • More Information

Avon, CT Police Department

avon police department
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 60 W Main St, Avon, CT 06001
  • Main Phone: (860) 409-4200
  • FAX: (860)-409-4206
  • Staff Directory: Visit Directory
  • About: The Avon, CT police department consists of 35 officers, two supernumerary officers, six civilian dispatchers, one administrative secretary, and two full-time records clerks.

Town of Avon Information

  • Avon, CT Website:
  • About: 
    • Named after the Avon river in England, Avon is a part of Hartford County. Avon has an estimated population of 17,859 and average age of 44 as of 2011. The town spans 22.6 square miles with an average income of $107,773.

Why Choose Alliance Bail Bonds

Simple & Easy Solutions

The court process can be an extremely confusing and overwhelming process. Alliance Bail Bonds is here to ensure that everything is as simple and easy as possible for our clients. We understand the gravity of the situation and work to guarantee the safety of your loved ones.

Bringing Integrity to the Industry

At Alliance Bail Bonds, we value integrity as well as our customers entrusting us with the safety of their loved ones. We are committed to upholding our reputation and ensuring our customers are satisfied at the end of the process.

Caring for Our Client

We want all of our clients to be satisfied at the end of this process. Alliance is here for you even after things are settled with connections with mental health professionals.

Bail Bond FAQs

How long does the Bail Bond Process take?

After the suspect is arrested and processed, a bail will be set for their release. Sometimes it can take as little as 40 minutes for the detainee to be released from the Canton Police Department. Release times may differ due to busy days or weekends, which increases the set time to a couple of hours.

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost with Alliance Bail Bonds?

The fees for posting bonds are regulated by the state of Connecticut. For bonds up to $5,000, there will be a 10% rate, while bonds above $5,000 will have a 7% rate plus an additional $150. To help you understand the process, we’ll provide you with an example. Say your bond is $2,000. Your bond rate will be 10%, giving you an overall total of $200. If you have a bond of $10,000, the rate would be 7% and an additional $150, giving you a total of $850.

What is the 35 Percent Down?

Similar to posting bonds, the state of Connecticut will also regulate and refer the down payment of a bond. If you are currently looking for a bail bondsman, the minimum deposit will be at least 35% of the PREMIUM for the bail if you have a payment plan. Have any questions? Feel free to reach out to us!

What is a Co-Signer?

If the defendant cannot qualify on their own for a bond, you may need a co-signer. A co-signer will be someone close to the defendant, such as a family member, parent or friend who agrees to pay back their bond if they cannot do so. If the suspect fails to appear at the Canton court for their appointed time, the co-signer must assume financial responsibility, even for unpaid premiums. Normally, a bail bond company will also require that your co-signer be employed.

Who is the Bail Commissioner?

The Bail Commissioner comes into play after the suspect has been arrested, as they will have responsibility over appointing their bond. They will also recommend the appropriate bail for motor vehicle or criminal cases.

What is Collateral?

If one of our bail bondsmen believes there is a risk in providing the defendant with a loan, collateral may be required in addition to a premium (evaluated on equity). This can be a home, car, fine art or jewelry, costly items that could eventually cover the cost of an unpaid bond. After the appointed court date, the collateral will be returned to its owner, but if the suspect doesn’t show up to court, the collateral is then forfeited.

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