Find the latest “CT Resources” available below. 3-D Bail Bonds offers free legal information related to Connecticut bail laws, law enforcement agencies, the Judicial Branch and the Connecticut Department of Corrections. As experts in the industry, we feel the need to share about the CT bail bonds system in depth. Some residents may never need bail services, but they may have questions about court and police procedures or other arresting agency.
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CT Inmate Resources
“CT Inmate Accounts” are a common way to send money to incarcerated defendants for personal needs.
Covid Safe Trial Pre-Release Process
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Bail Bonds Financing
If you are in need of bail bonds service and only have a portion of the fee, contact us! We are experts in bail financing.
Correctional Centers in CT
Essential information: locations, hours and visitation guidelines and more.
How to Post Bail Bonds in Connecticut
What you need to know to bail someone out with a bondsman in Connecticut.
Arrest Warrant Advice
What to do when you have an outstanding warrant in CT or a re-arrest warrant.
York Correctional Institution Information
Connecticut’s Only Incarceration Center for Women. Can you post bail here?
Factors Taken in Someone’s High Bail Amount
What factors are taken in someone’s bail decision. What is a high bail amount?
7 Types of Bail Bond Collateral You Should Know
What is bail bond collateral? Some bail agencies may require defendants to put up collateral.