Out on Bail. What's Next? Watch 3-D Bail Bonds Videos for Helpful Guidance

We got you out on bail so what’s next? Clients released on bail have many questions. Our 3-D Bail Bonds professionals have over 26 years of experience in the Connecticut system. The following statements reflect the opinions of 3-D Bail Bonds agents. If you need legal advice it is recommended to consult with an attorney. Find your quick bail bonds videos below:

  1. If a warrant appears 
  2. You need to go to court
  3. If you have a protective order
  4. If you are arrested
  5. What about bail payments
  6. If you violate probation
  7. What if I move
  8. What if I am away in a program
  9. When your case is finished or adjudicated

Bail Bonds Video Guide: Find 3-D Bail Bonds Reference Guide

1. Out on Bail | What's Next (Series) How Can I Find Out If I Have a Warrant | 3-D Bail Bonds of CT

2. Out on Bail | What's Next (Series) What Happens If You Miss Court? | 3-D Bail Bonds of CT

3. About Protective Orders | Domestic Arrests While Out On Bail | What's Next (Series) | 3-D Bail Bonds

4. What Happens If You Are Arrested While Out On Bail | What's Next (Series) | 3-D Bail Bonds of CT

5. Posting Bail With a Payment Plan | Out on Bail | What’s Next Series 3-D Bail Bonds

6. Violation of Probation Warrant While Out On Bail | What's Next (Series) | 3-D Bail Bonds

7. Can I Move While Out on Bail? | What's Next (Series) | 3-D Bail Bonds of CT

8. What Happens if I'm Away in a Program While Out On Bail | What's Next (Series ) | 3-D Bail Bonds

After Your Court Case is Finished | Out on Bail | What's Next (Series) | 3-D Bail Bonds of CT

We processed your bond and got you out. So, what’s next? Sometimes defendants out on bond can get new warrants. What does that mean? If a warrant appears, the first step is to find out where is that warrant coming from. Bail Bondsman Drew offers some insight into ways to try to get the most out of the conversation with the arresting agency. Getting accurate information is key to those facing new warrants.

After you post bail, attending court must be your top priority for many reasons. The most important is to keep your freedom and avoid ending up with a re-arrest warrant. Even if you miss court, act quickly. Contact your bondsman, the courthouse, and your lawyer, take action, and handle it right away.

When out on bail after being charged with domestic violence, protective orders are most likely a required condition of release. Defendants must pay attention to the language and specifics of a protective order, as a violation could result in a new arrest. Those released on bail and on probation for a different case should stay in contact with probation officers in case a violation of probation warrant is issued.

Posting bail suddenly can be costly. 3-D Bail Bonds offers equal opportunities to finance your bail bond with as little as 3 percent down. Once released from jail, defendants must comply with bail payments as agreed on in their contract. Bail financing expert Ruben advises to maintain open communication with the agency so they can work with them.

After an arrest, the accused’s life changes in some way. Whether relocation is required due to the open case or attendance in a rehab program is mandated as part of the agreement with the courts. Bail bondsman Tom encourages clients to communicate actively with the courts and the bail bonds agency. Communication goes a long way, he says.

If you have posted bail, made your payments and now your case has been closed or adjudicated, we can release you from the bond. Defendants should contact the bail bonds agency to inform them that their court case is no longer pending. The insurance company can release parties from any liability towards the bond. This is also when those who put up a collateral deposit must also notify the agency to start the collateral return process.

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