Parole Violation Services in Connecticut

Parole bonds are used when a prisoner has been released from prison on parole. This bond is used as an incentive for the prisoner, and certain terms will be set and must be kept after his or her release. Terms that are set for the release of the individual must be met and kept.

In the case that you violate your probation, there is absolutely no right to connection, no right to a speedy trial, and no entitlement that you’re found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. There are many restrictions to parole violations, and you may need to get in contact with a bail bondsman to discuss them further.  Here at Connecticut Bail Bonds Group, we serve all over the Connecticut area, and we can assist you with parole violation bail bonds.

Steps in a Parole Violation

Although these steps act like that of your primary charge, there’s not the same protection under the law and protections when you violate your probation.

If the probation official or “P.O.” feels you did something amiss on probation, they send an affidavit (sworn statement) presented to the judge. This affidavit talks about the reasons she or he feels you haven’t complied with the guidelines of your release. The judge then reads the affidavit, signs, and issues a warrant for your arrest predicated on what the P.O. said in the affidavit. After this warrant has been released by the judge, you’ll be arrested. The neighborhood deputies will reach your home to provide the warrant or you’ll need to immediately turn yourself into the jail. In any event, you’re heading to jail begins violation of probation circumstance. Once you reach the jail you’ll be given a judge date.

Bonds to probation violations are more prevalent where there’s a complex violation or say where many conditions of the probation been completed. When really the only violation is not paying fines or courtroom costs promptly, a relationship is usually given.

Common Violations of Bail Relationship Conditions

  1. Someone who is released on bail relationship of whatever kind, and either before, during, or after release is accused by problem, information, indictment, or the processing of any delinquency petition of any felony due to the conduct that he was imprisoned, commits a school 6 felony if he knowingly does not show up for trial or other proceedings in the event where the bail relationship was registered or if he knowingly violates the conditions of the bail connection.
  2. Someone who is released on bail relationship of whatever kind, and either before, during, or after release is accused by grievance, information, indictment, or the processing of the delinquency petition of any misdemeanor due to the conduct that he was caught, commits a category 3 misdemeanor if he knowingly does not seem for trial or other proceedings in the event where the bail connection was registered or if he knowingly violates the conditions of the bail connection.
  3. A person convicted under this section shall not qualify for probation or a suspended word and will be sentenced to imprisonment of no less than twelve months for violation of subsection (1) of the section rather than less than half a year for violation of subsection (2) of the section. Such sentence will be offered consecutively with any word for the criminal offense on which the individual is on bail.
  4. A unlawful action priced pursuant to the section may be tried out either in the state where the criminal offense is devoted or in the state where the court that released the bond is situated, if such judge is at this state.

Connect with One of Our Parole Violation Bail Agents

We offer bail bonds in Hartford and throughout the Connecticut area. In fact, we are one of the most trusted bail bonds companies in the area. We specialize in a variety of different bail bonds including parole violation bail bonds. Give us a call today to discuss your options: 860-420-2245