Marijuana Bail Bonds in Connecticut

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Marijuana Bail Bonds in Connecticut

Connecticut has decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana. However, it is noteworthy that other forms of marijuana like hash and other concentrates have their own sets of penalties. Possession of marijuana is normally viewed more favorably than intent to sell. The more marijuana you are arrested with, the worse of a punishment the prosecution will seek and the higher your bail will be set. Possession of one-half ounce or less results in a civil penalty of $150 to $500 (first and second offenses). Alliance Bail Bonds is here to offer you a quick release program that will get you home and back to your life as quickly as possible. If you or your loved one has been arrested for marijuana possession, please contact us today!

Marijuana Charges and Bail Amounts

The legal penalties of marijuana possession and distribution can vary significantly depending on other factors, for example, the amount, intent, your arresting officer, age, and circumstances of the arrest. For a first offense, if the amount of possession is less than half an ounce, the maximum fine is $150. Any more than that can lead to one to five years of jail time and fines up to $2,000. For a subsequent offense, if the amount is less than a half ounce, the maximum fine is up to $500. If the amount is more than four ounces, the maximum amount of time in jail is ten years and a fine up to $5,000.

The Bail Bonds Process

The Alliance Bail Bonds Process begins with speaking with an authorized bail bondsman to fight on your loved one’s behalf. Next, you will go through a questionnaire to able to identify your loved one’s eligibility for bail. Once you do that, you will discuss a payment plan that works best for you. The last step is to fill out the bail application forms which will be filed with the bond paperwork. We will provide you with the most dependable legal counsel that can get you the best possible outcome to your marijuana case and avoid conviction.

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