Norwalk, CT – Alliance Bail Bonds 475-988-0255

Norwalk, CT Bail Bonds

Your Trusted Bail Bondsman for 24/7 Bail Bonds

Easy, Fast & Professional Bail Bond Services

Here at Alliance Bail Bonds, we strive to assist all of our Norwalk clients with our professional bail bond efforts. For all of Norwalk, we have our phone lines open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so that no matter what events unfold, we’ll be available to take your call.

Our Norwalk agents are ready to answer any questions you may have about the bail bond process and we’ll always keep your information confidential and at no obligation to you.

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Our Office serving Norwalk, CT

Address:  149 Hallett St., Bridgeport, CT 06608

Phone:

860-585-5245 (JAIL)
844-365-2245 (BAIL)
475-988-0255

Email: AllianceBailBondsCT@yahoo.com

Hours of Operation: 
Monday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Friday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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The Bail Bond Process in Norwalk

1

Bond is Set

After the suspect is arrested, the Norwalk Police Department will set the bail amount. If the suspect cannot afford the bail, they must remain in jail until their court date.

2

Call Alliance Bail Bonds

If you need help paying the bail set for the defendant, give us a call at Alliance Bail Bonds. We’ll be able to help you bring your loved one home. In order to help, we will need to know the name of the defendant, their birth date, bail amount, and the jail they are currently detained in. The quicker we have all the information gathered, the quicker we can work on getting your loved one out of their current situation.

3

Our Agent Meets You

After our initial phone call, we’ll arrange for a meeting to be scheduled between you and one of our Norwalk bail bond agents. Our agent will discuss the bail bond process with you in detail. Depending on the situation at hand, you may be required to hand over collateral.

4

Release

Within an hour of our phone call, one of our agents will arrive at the Norwalk Police Department to help you fill out any paperwork to help your loved one return home.

5

The Court Date Arrives

When the defendant is released, they will be assigned a court date that is mandatory. Failing to show up to a trial will result in the individual being returned to jail by one of our Norwalk agents.

6

The Bond is Exonerated

Depending on the outcome of the trial, the defendant will either be found guilty or innocent. The result of the trial will also decide if the bond is either exonerated or completed.

Norwalk, CT Bail Bond Information

Norwalk Superior Court

  • Geographical Area 20: (New Canaan, Norwalk, Weston, Westport, and Wilton)
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 17 Belden Avenue, Norwalk 06850
  • Chief Clerk's Office: 203-849-3580
  • Fax: 203-847-8710
  • Adult Probation: 860-584-0073
  • Bail Services Phone & Fax: 203-847-7256 & 203-847-5670
  • Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
  • Public Parking:  Handicapped parking: In Courthouse lot. Proceed to gate, ring bell for admittance. Juror Parking: On Byington Street directly behind the Courthouse. Public Parking: Available on Belden and Byington Streets and, for a fee, at the Municipal Garage at 3 Burnell Boulevard, Norwalk. 

Norwalk, CT Police Department

  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 1 Monroe St., Norwalk, CT 06854
  • Main Phone: (203) 854-3000
  • Services: Divisions
  • About: The Norwalk Police Departments mission is to provide quality service to a diverse community through a culture of bias free policing; to hire and promote talented officers and a professional staff with the courage and desire to serve and protect our community; and to promote a cooperative spirit in which police officers and citizens work together to promote a safe environment.

Town of Norwalk Information

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  • Norwalk, CT Website:
  • About: 
    • Norwalk is located in southwestern Connecticut, in southern Fairfield County, on the northern shore of Long Island Sound. Norwalk was settled in 1649, and is now the sixth most populous city in Connecticut.

Why Choose Alliance Bail Bonds

Simple & Easy Solutions

Being experts in the bail bond industry, we understand that everything you are going through can be confusing and overwhelming. Not to worry, the professionals at Alliance Bail Bond love helping out our Norwalk clients, and we’ll even walk you through every step in the process so that your loved one can return home quickly. If we are ever unclear, please let us know and we’ll help you understand!

We enjoy providing our services for the Connecticut area because we care about our Norwalk clients. We handle all kinds of bonds, no matter the size. We’ll even write out FTA’s with collateral in addition to nationwide transfer bonds.

Bringing Integrity to the Industry

Here at Alliance Bail Bonds, we promise that we will always bring integrity to our industry. Due to the fact that we are regulated by the Department of Insurance in Connecticut, we’ll always follow the correct rules and in your best interest. When you have questions, we’ll answer all them with honesty because we want you to be intune to what is currently happening and how you can go about the situation. We even offer low money down, great customer service and quick results for all of our Norwalk clients.

Caring for Our Clients

When it comes to our Norwalk clients, we always put them first. We will help you and your loved one resolve any problems as soon as possible and at the lowest price possible based on your income. If you need additional help, we’ll put you in contact with reputable attorneys, mental health professionals, and substance abuse facilities around the Norwalk area.

Bail Bond FAQs

How long does the Bail Bond Process take?

After the defendant is booked and processed in the Norwalk jail, a bail will be set. After the bail is paid in full, it can take as little as 40 minutes to be released. An exception to this fact would be if the current day is busy or its a weekend, this may result in waiting a couple of hours.

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost with Alliance Bail Bonds?

All of the fees for posting bonds will be regulated by the state of Connecticut. For bonds up to $5,000 you will have a 10% rate. Bonds that are above $5,000 will have a rate of 7% plus another $150 on top. If you have a $2,000 bond, the bond rate will be 10% and give you a total of $200. If you have a bond that is $10,000, the rate will be 7% plus another $150, which will total in $750.

What is the 35 Percent Down?

If you hear the term, “35 Percent Down” this will refer to the down payment of the bond which is regulated by the state of Connecticut. If you are looking for bail bond services, the minimum deposit you must put down should be 25% of the PREMIUM on the bail. If you have any questions about down payments or payment plans, please reach out to us for more details.

What is a Co-Signer?

To make sure that the bail bond will be paid, sometimes a co-signer is necessary. This is an individual who will guarantee that the bond will be paid in full after the court date. If the defendant does not appear in the Norwalk court, the co-signer will assume all financial responsibility, this could even include any unpaid premiums. Normally, a co-signer must be employed to be considered.

Who is the Bail Commissioner?

The individual who is responsible for setting the bond is the bail commissioner. Appointed by the state, this individual will set the bond for the individual being detained at the Norwalk Police Department before their assigned court date. They will also suggest to the court what bail should be set for criminal or motor vehicle cases.                                 

What is Collateral?

High priced items such as a home, car, fine art or jewelry is considered collateral. Sometimes a bail bondsman may require collateral to take on your case. It can even be in addition to a premium, normally evaluated based on your equity. When the trial is over, the collateral will be returned to the defendant. In the event that the defendant does not show up to court, the collateral will be forfeited.

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