Morris, CT – Alliance Bail Bonds 860-585-5245

Morris, CT Bail Bonds

Your Trusted Bail Bondsman for 24/7 Bail Bonds

Easy, Fast & Professional Bail Bond Services

The bail bondsman here at Alliance Bail Bonds can assist you at any time of the day. Residents of Morris can expect our services to be available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. No matter where you are or what time of day, we’re here to help.
 

You can reach our Morris agents at anytime, and remember our conversation will be confidential with no-obligations.

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Our Office Serving Morris, CT

Address: 38 Haviland Street, Bristol, CT 06010

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

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

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The Bail Bond Process in Morris

1

Bond is Set

After the arrest of a suspect, the Morris Police Department will set a bail amount. If the bail is not paid, the suspect will have to stay in jail until their court date.

2

Call Alliance Bail Bonds

When you call Alliance Bail Bonds make sure to provide us with as much information as possible (e.g. name, birth date, jail, bail amount, etc.). The more information we have, the sooner we can return your loved ones back home.

3

Our Agent Meets You

After our initial phone conversation, we will set up an appointment with one of our Morris bail bond agents. During this meeting we will go over the bail process, and depending on the situation collateral may have to be signed over.

4

Release

Within the hour, one of our agents will be at the Morris Police Department filling out the necessary paperwork to get your loved ones returned to you.

5

The Court Date Arrives

Once the defendant has been released on bail, they will be given a court date. The defendant is mandated to appear in court, and if they fail to do so they will be sent back to jail.

6

The Bond is Exonerated

The defendant’s bond will either be exonerated or completed depending on whether they are found guilty or innocent.

Morris, CT Bail Bond Information

Torrington, CT Superior Court

torrington superior court
  • Geographical Area 18: (Barkhamsted, Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Canaan, Colebrook, Cornwall, Goshen, Hartland, Harwinton, Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, New Milford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Roxbury, Salisbury, Sharon, Thomaston, Torrington, Warren, Washington, and Winchester)
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 50 Field Street, Torrington 06790
  • Chief Clerk's Office: 860-626-2300
  • Fax: 860-626-2301
  • Adult Probation: 860-626-2150
  • Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
  • Public Parking: Available in the parking lot adjacent to the courthouse

Morris, CT Police Department

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  • Address: 74 West Street Litchfield, CT 06759
  • Main Phone: (860) 567-8596

City of Morris Information

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Why Choose Alliance Bail Bonds

Simple & Easy Solutions

The professionals at Alliance Bail Bonds are aware of how confusing the court process can be, and will assist you every step of the way. We will be there to explain each step of the court process to ensure that your loved one can return home as quickly as possible. If at any point something is unclear to you or the defendant, please feel free to ask us any questions!   

We care about the residents of Morris, and will work with any type of bond, large or small. We also write FTA’s with collateral for clients along with nationwide transfer bonds.

Bringing Integrity to the Industry

You can expect the professionals at Alliance Bail Bonds to bring integrity to their work. Since we are regulated by the Department of Insurance in Connecticut, you can trust that we will work in your best interest and do our job the right way. To ensure that you know exactly what is going on in the court process, all of your questions will be answered honestly. We offer high customer service, fast results, and low money down to all of our Morris clients.   

Caring for Our Clients

Our #1 concern is the well being of our clients. We put you and the defendant first, striving to solve your problem quickly and the lowest cost possible based on your income. We also have connections with many reputable attorneys, mental health professionals, and substance abuse facilities in Connecticut and are more than willing to help you with any other needed services.   

Bail Bond FAQs

How long does the Bail Bond Process take?

After a detainee has been booked and processed, their bail will be set. You can normally expect a detainee to be released as early as 40 minutes. However, on busy days or weekends it may take as much as a couple of hours.   

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

The state of Connecticut regulates the fees for posting bonds. Bonds up to $5,000 have a 10% rate while bonds above $5,000 have a rate of 7% plus $150. For example, if you had a bond of $3,000 dollar bond then the bond rate of 10% would be $300. If you had a bond over $5,000, say $8,000 for example, then the rate is 7% + $150 for a total, in this example, of $710.   

What is the 35 Percent Down?

This figure is also regulated by the state and refers to the down payment of the bond. If someone is seeking a bail bondsman your minimum deposits is at least 35% of the PREMIUM on the executed bail if you need a payment plan. If you are still unsure or have any other questions please give us a call.

What is a Co-Signer?

The co-signer(s) are the persons who guarantees the bail bond. If the defendant fails to appear in Morris court on their specified date, the co-signer assumes financial responsibility, even for any unpaid premium. Most bail bond companies will require that you have a working co-signer.  

Who is the Bail Commissioner?

The Bail Commissioner is an individual appointed by the state, who is responsible for setting the bond for those detained at the police station before their court date. They also suggest to the court an appropriate bail for defendants involved in a criminal or motor vehicle case.   

What is Collateral?

Houses, fine art, cars, and jewelry are all examples of the type of property that can be used as collateral. Depending on the situation a bail bondsman may request collateral, in addition to a premium, which will be evaluated on available equity. This collateral will be returned to the defendant after their court date. If they fail to appear in court, however, the collateral is considered forfeit.  

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