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Our Bail Bond Office Serving Willington, CT
Connecticut Bail Bonds Group
Office Address: 695 Talcottville Rd Apt 36k Vernon, CT 06066
Hours of Operation: 24/7 Availability Sunday – Saturday 12 AM – 12 PM
Call today and get a no-obligation, confidential discussion with one of our bondmen.
Types of Bail Bonds We Help With
Helpful Willington, CT Bail Bond Information
Vernon, CT Superior Court (Serving Willington, CT)
- Geographical Area 19 (Andover, Bolton, Columbia, Coventry, Ellington, Hebron, Mansfield, Somers, Stafford, Tolland, Union, Vernon, Willington)
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- Address: 20 Park St, Vernon, CT 06066
- Chief Clerk’s Office: 860-870-3200
- Fax: 860-870-3290
- Adult Probation: 860-649-1650
- Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
- Public Parking: There is free parking available on School Street (first right after the Courthouse) in the parking garage.
Coventry, CT Police Department (Serving Willington)
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- Address: 1585 Main St., Coventry, CT 06238
- Main Phone: 860-742-7331
- About :The department is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact the police department with requests for service, to report a crime or suspicious activity, or to make a simple inquiry. We rely upon a close partnership with the community in order to keep the town safe. Residents are encouraged to call at any time even when they believe the matter is not serious.
The 6 Steps to Bail Bonds in Willington, CT
1. Bond is Set
The determining factor of your bond will be deemed by the Willington Police Department, in which you will be obligated to pay. If payment of the initial bond is not an option, then a final bail will be determined by the judge, which must be paid in full.
2. Connecticut Bail Bonds Group
Once we receive your call, a Willington representative will meet with you to discuss the details of the arrest. We at the Connecticut Bail Bonds Group are here to help you in whatever way possible, so we will have our Willington representative ask questions pertaining to the suspect and arrest at hand. You might be asked personal questions such as legal name, date of birth, reason for arrest, or precinct being detained. Think of this step in the process as an informative prerequisite for a an official quote.
3. Our Bail Agent Meets You
After the initial meeting with the Willington representative has been taken care of, the person of interest will meet with one of our Willington Bail Agents. Included in this meeting will be an informative rundown of preceding events prior to bail being posted. This includes the judicial processes of bail hearings, court dates, posting of bail, as well as a payment plan. Instead of paying the entire bond, you may only be charged 10 percent by your bail bondsman. Collateral may be determined to be fair throughout the payment discussions which is not limited to a house, car, or jewelry.
4. Release from Jail
Once the payment plan has been determined with our Willington Bail Agent, the paperwork will be handed to the Willington area Police Department to be processed. Once the paperwork is agreed upon and signed for, the individual who has been arrested will be granted their freedom from custody.
5. The Court Date Arrives
After bail has been posted and the individual has been released, a Willington area court date is then issued to determine if a conviction is in order. It is mandatory for the previously arrested individual to attend this court date, on terms that if they do not, there will be a warrant out for reincarceration.
6. The Bond is Exonerated
The bond will thereby be exonerated following the determination of the trial, whether the individual is guilty or innocent.
About Connecticut Bail Bond Group
Easy, Fast, Professional Bail Bonds
Connecticut Bail Bonds Group is here for the sole purpose of assisting you in your judicial endeavors. We know that arrests can blindside families at the most inconvenient times, which is why we’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our professionals have years of experience and make setting up a plan of action easy. Not only do we help pay your bail bond, but we make sure that you are in the loop throughout the entire process. The judicial system can be confusing, and going through it alone without any knowledge can irreparable for some individuals. No matter what amount of money the bond is, we’re here to help our Willington clients!
Taking Care of You
Our Willington clients come to us looking for help in a time of need, and we’re available 24/7 to consult with them. We don’t have a minimum or maximum bond listed because nothing is out of reach for our team. We have so much faith in our clients that if they don’t attend their court date, our bondsman must pay off the bail. It’s not all about the monetary aspect simply because we care about the law as much as we care about our Willington citizens living with it.
We’re available 24/7 for your needs. If you are or know someone in trouble with the law, don’t hesitate to call our office at: 860-258-9086