3 Percent Bail Bonds for Connecticut

Getting arrested can be a frustrating and confusing experience, especially when you do not know what to do. While your options after an arrest are usually minimal, hiring a bail bond agent can ease the tension and help you get released quickly. For you to be released, you will need to post bail. At our company, we offer affordable bail bonds services to ensure that our clients are released from jail in the shortest time possible and with less hustle. Our 3 percent bail bonds for Connecticut ensure that more people qualify for your bail bond services.

How to Get Our 3 Percent Bail Bonds Services

Our bail bond agents are always available and ready to help you with your bail bond needs. You can contact us at any time via 860-420-2245, and talk to a human agent to guide you through the process. The agent will explain what you need to know about the 3% bail bond and how to qualify for one.
For you to be eligible to our CT 3% premium bail bond, you must be able to secure the bond with collateral. You can use various types of property as collateral, including real estate, vehicles, bank accounts, boats, jewelry, stocks or bonds, or any other type of physical property. The property you choose to use as collateral must be outright by you, with no liens or title holds.

Understanding Our 3% Premium Bail Bond

We offer 3% premium bail bonds to eligible clients, enabling them to access affordable bail bonds. In the state of Connecticut, the state-mandated premium to apply for a bail bond is $50 for bails below $500, 10% for bails between $501 and $5,000, and 7% of set bail + Flat fee of $150 for bail above $5,001. The premium is set by the state, which means it cannot be negotiated or changed. Once paid, the amount is non-refundable and it is used to pay for the services of the bail bond agents at the end of the case.
Under the 3% bail bond plan, we allow our clients to pay the remaining 7% later based on an agreed payment plan. Given the risk involved in accepting a lesser amount for the premium, this service requires security in the form of collateral. The collateral is a way for the client to assure us that they will honor the agreement and pay the remaining 7% as agreed. When the order comes to an end, the client must reimburse us the remaining 7% of the total bail bond cost. If the property was liquidated during the process, our agents will collect our fees and return the remainder of the property or money to the client.

Which Bail Bonds Qualify for 3% Down Premium?

Several bail bonds types qualify for the 3% down premium. The major consideration is whether the bail amount is large enough for the service, and the appropriateness of the arrangement to the client and our bail agent. The major types of bail bonds that qualify for 3% down premium include:

  • Surety bonds: This type of bail bonds require you to seek the services of a licensed bail bonds agent. You will also need a co-signer to pay a non-negotiable and non-refundable premium.
  • Property bonds: This type of bonds requires the use of physical property as collateral. The property used as collateral should be fully owned by the client and have no title holds or liens.
  • Immigration bonds: This type of bond also require the use of a physical property as collateral. The value of property used is usually higher compared to a conventional bond since the risk of flight is higher.
  • Weapons bail bonds: This type of bond usually involve stipulations like turning over weapons owned by the defendant until the conclusion of the case.
  • Domestic violence bonds: This type also has stipulations involving orders of personal protection.

The role of a co-signer in the bail bonding process can never go unmentioned. The co-signer must feel out an application and pay a premium to secure the bond. Once the bail bond agreement has been signed, it acts as an agreement between the bail bond agent and the co-signer under which the co-signer becomes responsible for the remainder of the bail if the defendant fails to show up for court hearing. If the defender skips bail, the bail bond agent will receive a notification from the court that they are revoking the bail bond. They will be required to ensure that the defendant shows up in court within a specified period. If the defendant cannot be traced, the co-signer will cover the remaining bail amount at the discretion of the court.
When the 3% premium down payment option is used, the property acting as security must be delivered to our bail agents for safekeeping alongside the 3% amount. You will receive a receipt for the amount paid and the property, indicating the remaining amount on the premium.

When Can You Access Our Services?
Our bail bonding services are available 24/7. We ensure that our clients are served on-demand, regardless of the time of day or month. With our 3% bail bond premium services, you can easily secure your bond in a short time, and be guided through every step of the process by our professional and experienced bail bond agents.