Hartford Bail Bonds in Hartford, CT
Our Hartford Bail Bonds team is here to help during this difficult time. We understand the need to get your loved one out as soon as possible. Time is everything when someone is in jail even minutes feel like hours. Our agents will start by guiding you through the quick and easy bail process that takes less than 5 minutes, then you’ll sign the paperwork and set your payments if needed.
In the meantime, our bondsman will be doing the paperwork at the police department so when you are done, the bond can be immediately posted. Our Hartford bondsman is local and cares about your situation so call us today and see for yourself why we are the bail company highly recommended across Connecticut. We are among the top three best-rated bail bonds service in Connecticut.
Here at 3-D Bail Bonds in Hartford, we’ll make sure your loved one goes back home today.
SERVING HARTFORD BAIL BONDS NEEDS SINCE 1997
Our CT bondsman is always available because an arrest is an emergency. Remember that your bondsman’s immediate response could make a huge difference after an arrest; especially for first-time offenders.
We will cal the police or courthouse and find out the bond amount, the conditions of release, and criminal charges so our customers can make decisions based on reliable information. The right to post bail bonds in Hartford is stipulated in the eighth amendment of the constitution of the United States; therefore, defendants have the right to post bail and attend court hearings dressed like tax-payers citizens instead of wearing prison uniforms.
Bail Bonds service available in Asylum Hill, Barry Square, Behind the Rocks, Blue Hills, Clay Arsenal, Downtown Hartford, Frog Hollow, North East, North Meadows, Parkville, Sheldon Charter Oak, South End, South Green, South Meadows, South West, Upper Albany and West End. We love Hartford’s unique neighborhoods! Hartford CT Bail Bonds is proud to be part of the local Hartford community and is here when you need it the most.
Founded in 1637, Hartford is the capital of Connecticut. Along the Connecticut River, Hartford brought in trade from the river points north and south. As one of the oldest cities in the U.S., there are plenty of historical facts about Hartford. The city is trying to revitalize its image with the “Hartford Has It” campaign in order to leverage new development in the city’s downtown.
How can you post bail bonds in Hartford?
A defendant who has been arrested by the Hartford Police can have a bail bond posted as soon as he or she is processed. Our local bail bondsman starts the bail process by filing paperwork at the police station or courthouse where the person is arrested. Then the arresting agency will run their standard processing to allow the bondsman post the bail bond. It may only take 20 to 30 minutes to get someone out of the Hartford PD.
What happens with your loved one, if you cannot afford the bail bonds?
If for some reason you cannot post bail the day your loved one is arrested, he or she will be sent to the Hartford court or GA-14. Our Hartford bondsman can post bail bonds at the Hartford courthouse during regular court hours. If you didn’t post bail in court, then your loved one will be sent to a CT correctional center. Men usually end up at Hartford Correctional Center or “HCC” in the North Meadows, at 177 Weston St. Hartford, CT 06120. We have our main office located in Hartford, across the street from the Hartford correctional. Women will be sent to the York Correctional Institution or “Niantic” at 201 West Main St. Niantic, CT 06357.
IMPORTANT RESOURCES: HARTFORD JAILS UPDATED AS 0F 2017
GA-14 or Hartford Court serves the towns of Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, Farmington, Hartford and West Hartford in Connecticut. This means that if your loved one was arrested in Avon, CT for example, he or she will most likely be arraigned at the Hartford courthouse.
Hartford Police Department
253 High St.
Hartford CT, 06103
Hartford Community Court
80 Washington St
Hartford CT 06106
Our Hartford office is located across the street from the Hartford Correctional Center in Hartford, CT.