Middlefield Bail Bond Service
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Gorilla Bail Bonds Middlefield offers bail bonds services for the residents of Middlefield, CT. Our bonding agents are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and are all professional, experienced and licensed. When you work with Gorilla Bail Bonds Middlefield you can count on confidential and reliable service. We offer the most competitive legal rates in the area and will get your friend or loved one out of jail fast. Dial (860) 821-0555 to speak to a local Middlefield, CT bail bond agent.
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Providing Bail Bond Services for the Residents of Middlefield, CT
Agency: Gorilla Bail Bonds
Location: Middlefield, CT
Telephone: (860) 821-0555
Hours of Operation: 24 Hour
Industry: Bail Bonds Services
Servicing Middletown Superior Court
Geographical Area No. 09 | covering Middletown and also serving Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, E Haddam, E Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Killingworth, Middlefield, Old Saybrook, Portland.
Location: 1 Court Street, Middletown, CT 06457
Telephone: Clerk's Office: (860) 343-6445
Servicing Middlefield Police Department
Location: 405 Main Street Middlefield, CT 06455
Telephone: (860) 349-9685
Have someone locked up in Middlefield? Gorilla Bail Bonds can help! Our bail bond agents service Middlefield Police and we can be there within minutes. Need some help at the court level, we also can help you at the Middletown Superior Court.
If the bail is equal to or less than $5,000, the premium, price you pay without a payment plan is ten percent.
Bail amount is greater than $5,000, the premium, price you pay is seven percent plus $150.00.
Top 8 Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I begin the bail process?
- Who is the bail commissioner?
- What is collateral and does it work?
- Why are cosigners needed?
- What are examples of commonly used Bail Bond Terms?
- How much time do I have to pay my bail bond balance?
- How do payment plans work?
- What is the 35 percent bail regulation about?
Ask via Text Msg (860) 951-2880
Caller — I have a friend locked up in Middlefield Police. Do you service that area?
Bondsman — Yes, we service Middlefield.
Caller — Great, his bond is $1,000 can you have an agent meet me there now?
Bondsman — Sure, all you need is $100. I will have one of our bail agents call you now to make arrangements.
Answers to FAQs
Middlefield Bail Process
Middlefield, CT Bail Bond Process | The general bail bond process in Middlefield follows the same practices as many other police departments across the state of Connecticut. Once the detainee is booked, processed and bail is set, we can begin the bond out process. From the time of bond execution to the release of your friend or loved one, could be about 1 hour. The time does vary depending on other factors such as lack o staff, holiday, time of day or night, shift change and other situations. Therefore, if you need to bail someone out of New Britian Police Department, make sure to budget your time accordingly since it could take from 1 to several hours.
Bail Commissioner | The Bail Commissioner is a state appointed individual who may set the amount of bond for persons detained at a police station prior to arraignment in court, and who recommends to the court the amount of bail that should be set for the defendant on any given criminal or motor vehicle case.
Collateral | Collateral for the purposes of bail bonds, could be money or a physical property like real estate. A Bail Agency can request that additional money, apart from the premium be given in order to execute bail. Property is usually evaluated based on available equity. All money held for Collateral is returnable upon successfull completion of court requirements. There is more to the definition of collateral and its functions.
Cosigner | Co-signers are used to guarantee the bail bond. They assume a finacial resposbility if the defendant does not appear in court. Also, assume financial responsibility for any unpaid premium. Most bail agencies require working Co-signers which allows for a sense of security.
Paying the Balance
Payment Time Frame | Is up to the specific bondsman or agency, but for sure not more than 15 months from the date of bond out. When you work with Gorilla Bail Bonds, we work with you and make available the most possible repayment time. There are legal time frames that cannot be exceeded, therefore, paying any balance as soon as possible is recommended.
Terminology | Commonly used terminology within the bail bond industry includes some of the following terms: PTA, Premium, Defendant, Cosigner, Mandatory Minimum, Payment Plan, GA, PD, Bail, Bonds, Bail-Bond, Bail Bonding, and others. The term Bond, could also be relate to the investing arena. But, the combination of bail bonds or just the term bail is related to the surety bail bond industry.
About Payment Plans
Unpaid Balances | A payment plan will allow you to get a friend or loved one out of jail without having to pay the full premium initially. However, not everyone qualifies for a payment plan. After qualifying for a payment arrangement, you will be responsible as a cosigner to the bond to pay any remaining balance. Payments can be structured weekly, by weekly, monthly or as a one time payment. Payments can also be made via mail, by phone with a credit or debit card, or in person at our main office.
35 Percent Down
Down Payment Regulation | The thirthy five percent bail regulation in short, means that any person seeking the services of a bail bondsman must pay a minimum deposit of thirthy five percent of the PREMIUM on any executed bail, if a payment plan in needed. So how does it work? Call us for more information about this topic.