South Windsor, Connecticut, Bail Bond Law Attorney
Many individuals do not know that there is a warrant out for their arrest until they receive a notice in the mail. Others do not find out until it is too late. If you are facing arrest and are uncertain about your ability to post bond, it is important that you speak with a criminal defense attorney who is knowledgeable about Connecticut bail bond laws before you are arrested.
The criminal defense lawyers at Berman & Russo, assist individuals who are accused of or charged with a wide variety of crimes. However, our lawyers also have a great deal of experience dealing with the options available under the bail bond laws and procedures in Connecticut.
To discuss your bond options, call a criminal defense attorney at Berman & Russo today at 860-644-1548.
A surety bail bond is basically an amount of money pledged by a bail bondsman so that the court will release a suspect from jail with the understanding and assumption that the suspect will return for trial or forfeit the bond.
- Before turning yourself into police after receiving notice that there is a warrant for your arrest, we can advise you of your rights and options regarding the bond.
- We will then contact the police department for information. They will tell us if a bond amount has been assigned by a judge. If it has been assigned, it means that the judge assigning the arrest warrant has decided how much the bond should be. This cannot be changed by the police, and can only be changed by a judge in court.
- If a bond has not been assigned, the police will determine the amount of the bond when you turn yourself in. However, this can be an unpredictable situation, so you need to be prepared before you turn yourself in. That is why it is always in your best interest to seek the assistance of a lawyer before turning yourself in.
Contact a lawyer at Berman & Russo today to learn more about bail bond procedures and the services that we offer. Call us at 860-644-1548 before turning yourself in.
We represent clients throughout Hartford County (east of the Connecticut River) and Tolland County, including the communities of South Windsor, Windsor, East Windsor, Hartford, Bloomfield, Enfield, Windsor Locks, East Hartford, Manchester, Glastonbury, Marlborough, Somers, Stafford, Stafford Springs, Union, Ellington, Tolland, Willington, Vernon, Bolton, Coventry, Mansfield, Storrs, Andover, Hebron, Columbia and Middletown.