Getting arrested can be very tormenting, embarrassing and one of the low points of one’s life. Though it might look good on record, the very experience in reality is tormenting. Being locked up in a jail is not a pleasant experience. Being surrounded by people who have committed felony crimes does not make a jail an attractive place. That is why many people may prefer to apply for bail, and you can get bailed by procuring a bail bond.
Bail Bondsman CT defines a bail bond as a document that exempts one from spending time in the lockup, for a guarantee that you will appear in court, in the legal proceedings as when summoned by the court.
A bail bond is procured by paying a sum of money to a bondsman and can not be refunded if one fails to appear in court. After the conclusion of the legal matter, the individual can redeem the amount of bond paid, but failure in appearing at court forfeits the bail money and a warrant of arrest may be issued. Not all offenses that an individual commits can procure bail, but only in ‘petty’ offences such as domestic violence and careless driving.
Some of the ways that Bail Bondsman CT recommend on how to obtain a bond for bail are; calling friends, close family, neighbors, hence making the burden of the arrest to be passed on to someone else. However, if you don’t want to become a liability to anyone, you may approach a bail bondsman. A Bail Bond CT guarantees the procurement of a bail bond for you, for a nominal fee of around ten percent of the total amount, which is a small amount considering how helpful the bond will be. If you don’t have enough cash at hand, the bondsman may also be willing to obtain the bond on credit.
Another advantage as stated by Bail Bondsman CT when seeking help from a bail bondsman is that, the individual does not have to go to the bondsman and ask for the bail bond, but can also call him and make arrangements.