Stratford, CT Alliance Bail Bonds 475-988-0255

Stratford, CT Bail Bonds

Your Trusted Bail Bondsman for 24/7 Bail Bonds

Easy, Fast & Professional Bail Bond Services

If you are looking for an exceptional and professional bail bond service in Stratford then look no further than Alliance Bail Bonds. We offer 24/7 service and you can trust one of our bail bondsmen to reach you wherever you are, be that a jailhouse, courthouse, or correctional facility.
 
Our Stratford agents are always happy to answer questions about the process or your situation. All questions will be answered in complete confidence and require no obligation from you.

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Our Office serving Stratford, CT

Address:  149 Hallett St, Bridgeport, CT, US 

Phone:
860-585-5245 (JAIL)
844-365-2245 (BAIL)
475-988-0255

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 Stratford

 

1

Bond is Set

When someone is arrested in Stratford the police will set a bond following the arrest which, if not paid, is then replaced by the judge’s final bail. This bail, once paid, allows the defendant to leave until their court date. In the event that it is not paid they are forced to stay in jail to await their court date, which can often take quite a while.

2

Call Alliance Bail Bonds

Give Alliance Bail Bonds a call and we can help you pay your, or your loved one’s, bail. When you call we’ll ask you about the situation or the loved one in question. We’ll ask about the name, birth date, jail location, town of arrest, charges, and, in cases where it applies, the inmate number of the correctional facility.

3

Our Agent Meets You

Next you will meet with one of our agents who will help explain the situation and also provide further information about our services. The legal process can be tricky and our agent will help you understand the bond and court proceedings. The will also tell you about bail methods and how much it will cost. In certain cases they will also request you sign over collateral, like a car, house, some jewelry, or some fine art.

4

Release

Following your meeting, our agent will head to the correct jail to fill out the appropriate paperwork. This will normally take only about 30-40 minutes and, once completed, the defendant should receive their release papers. They are now free until their court date.

5

The Court Date Arrives

The defendant must still appear at their court date or else face severe consequences. Failing to appear in court will force our agent to locate the defendant. This will normally result in them returning to jail.

6

The Bond is Exonerated

Regardless of whether the defendant is found guilty or innocent, the bond will be exonerated or completed once the trial is over.

Stratford, CT Bail Bond Information

Bridgeport Judicial Superior Court

  • Geographical Area 14: (Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, Trumbull)
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 1061 Main St, Bridgeport, CT 06604
  • Chief Clerk's Office: 203-579-6527
  • Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
  • Public Parking: Paid parking is available at the Lafayette Parking Garage along with on-street metered parking.  Jurors: Free parking is available at the Lafayette Square Parking Garage, 314 Fairfield Avenue. Please bring your Lafayette Square Parking Garage ticket with you for validation.
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Stratford, CT Police Department

  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 900 Longbrook Ave, CT 00614
  • Main Phone: (203) 385-4100
  • Staff Directory: Visit Directory
  • Jurisdiction Size: 19.4 square miles
  • About: The Stratford police department is dedicated to protecting and serving the community with professionalism and pride. With 406 sworn officers, they are committed to excellent performance and ethics.

City of Stratford Information

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Why Choose Alliance Bail Bonds

Simple & Easy Solutions

The court and jail process is an overwhelming, emotional, and confusing ordeal. It can often seem like no one can, or wants to, explain exactly how the process works. Thankfully our agents are exceptions to this rule and will try to explain the procedures as clearly as possible. Our agent will go over defendant obligations (pre and post release), the bail bond process, any unique Bridgeport court proceedings, and what the current laws and arrest procedures are. Regardless of how complicated the situation may be, our agent will try to make it simpler.

No matter how big or small your bond, we at Alliance Bail Bonds are the solution to your problem in Bridgeport or elsewhere in Connecticut. We can write bail bonds of any amount, nationwide transfer bonds, and FTA’s with collateral.

Bringing Integrity to the Industry

Dishonest bail bond companies have given the entire industry something of a poor reputation. The last thing you want is a company taking advantage of you during these already stressful times. Thankfully Alliance Bail bonds strives to be the opposite of these dishonest companies. Regulated by the Department of Insurance in Connecticut, we make professionalism and integrity our core values. Our clients are always our number one priority and we are happy to answer any questions. Our mission is to offer you high quality service and a quick resolution, all for low money down.

Caring for Our Clients

We dedicate ourselves to making the stressful bail bond situation easy by solving your problem quickly and carefully. We are here to alleviate your stress, not add to it. Additionally we are happy to provide recommendations to reputable mental health professionals, attorneys, and substance abuse facilities in CT that we know and are on good working terms with.

Bail Bond FAQs

How long does the Bail Bond Process take?

For arrests in Stratford, the Stratford Police Department will need to book, process, and set the bail of the detainee before they can receive a bail bond and be released. The amount of time it can take for release afterwards can vary depending on available staff, time of day, and other factors. However, it will often only take about 40 minutes after our agent arrives for release to occur.

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

Fees for posting bonds in Connecticut are state regulated and have consistent rules based upon the size of the bond. A bond below $5,000 has a rate of 10% and a bond above $5,000 has a rate of 7% plus $150. Let’s look at two examples. Say you have a bond of $2,000, your rate would be 10%, which means the fee is $200. If your bond was $10,000 then your rate would be 7%, coming out to $700+$150 equaling a total fee of $850.

What is the 35 Percent Down?

Pretty much every bond with a payment plan will require a down payment, as regulated by the state. In most cases this will be at least 35% of the PREMIUM on executed bail, hence the 35% down. If you want to know more please feel free to call us.

What is a Co-Signer?

A Co-signer, or sometimes Co-signers, is a person willing to guarantee the bail bond. This means that should the defendant not appear at the required court date then the Co-signer will take over the financial responsibility, even for any unpaid premium. In order to avoid the risk of the defendant failing to appear almost all Bail Bond companies will require a working Co-signer.

Who is the Bail Commissioner?

The Bail commissioner is a state appointed position. Their primary responsibilities are to set up the bond for those detained at the police station before the court date and to advise the court on appropriate bail in the case of criminal and motor vehicle cases.

What is Collateral?

Collateral is property that may be requested in addition to the premium. Similar to a Co-signer, it acts as a form of insurance in the event that the defendant does not appear in court. This collateral might consist of jewelry, fine art, cars, and or even a  house. This would be evaluated on available equity. When the defendant appears in court this collateral is returned, if they do  not appear then this collateral is forfeit.

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