Plainville, CT – Alliance Bail Bonds 860-452-0188

Plainville, CT Bail Bonds

Your Trusted Bail Bondsman for 24/7 Bail Bonds

Easy, Fast & Professional Bail Bond Services

At Alliance Bail Bonds offers professional bail bond services for Plainville, CT and its surrounding areas. Our services from our experienced bail bondsmen are available 24/7 and include courthouses, police departments, jails & correctional facilities. 

  • Open 24 Hours - 7 Days a Week - 365 Days a year
  • 20 Years of Experience in all types of bonds
  • A reputation for integrity and professionalism

If you have any questions or need assistance, our Plainville bond agents will take your call and we ensure it will be confidential and at no-obligation to you or your situation. 

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Our Office serving Plainville, CT

Address: 29 Terra Rd, Plainville, CT, US

Phone:
860-585-5245 (JAIL)
844-365-2245 (BAIL)
860-452-0188

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 Plainville

1

Bond is Set
The Plainville Police Department will set a bail amount at the time of arrest. If the defendant cannot pay the amount, they must remain in jail until their court date. The process is not immediately, the defendant may have to wait weeks for the court date. If they can pay the amount, they will be released and is required to show up at the time of their scheduled court date. 

2

Call Alliance Bail Bonds
If you or a family member have been arrested, give Alliance Bail Bonds a call, so that we may aid in their release. All we need to help is information such as name, birth date, jail, bail amount and so on. We want to ensure that your loved one or that you can return home as soon as possible. 

3

Our Agent Meets You
When we finish our call with you, we will set up an appointment for you to get together with one of our professional bail bond agents. We will discuss the bail process with you and if you cannot pay the bond in full, you will either need a bond cosigner or a type of collateral to secure your arrangement with our bail bondsman. 

4

Release
Within an hour, our agent will come to the Plainville Police Department, fill out your paperwork, and let you or your loved one return home. 

5

The Court Date Arrives

Once you or your loved one are released, you will be given a scheduled court date that you must appear for. If you choose not to, you will be sent back to jail. 

6

The Bond is Exonerated
The final step in the bail process is the exoneration, but it will only happen if the defendant can meet all of the criteria from the bond order. 

Plainville, CT Bail Bond Information

Bristol, CT Superior Court

Bristol CT Courthouse
  • Geographical Area 17: (Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth and Southington. ) 
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address: 131 North Main Street, Bristol, 06010
  • Chief Clerk's Office:860-582-8111
  • Fax:860-585-8799
  • Adult Probation:860-584-0073
  • Bail Services Phone & Fax: 860-589-2649 & 860-583-1256
  • Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
  • Public Parking: Available at the Courthouse
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Plainville, CT Police Department

Plainville CT Police Department
  • Website: Visit Website
  • Address:19 Neal Ct, Plainville, CT 06062
  • Main Phone: (860) 747-1616
  • Staff Directory: Visit Directory
  • About: The Plainville Police Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week under the advisement of Chief Matthew Catania and Executive Assistant to the Chief Eddie Lepage. Residents of Plainville can visit the department for submitting complaints, tips, accident & collision reports, fingerprinting, child safety programs, and more.

Town of Plainville Information

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Why Choose Alliance Bail Bonds

Simple & Easy Solutions

The court process can be overwhelming and daunting, but the professionals at Alliance Bail Bonds can help you or your loved ones even in the most complicated situations. Off the bat, our bond agent will explain your arraignment, the bail bond process, Manchester’s court proceeding, current laws and arrest procedures. We want to make sure that you or your loved one can come home as soon as possible. Have any questions? Feel free to contact us.

We care about the residents of Plainville, so we provide our unlimited services 24/7. We provide any size bond throughout the State of Connecticut, including Plainville. We will even write FTA’s with collateral for our clients along with nationwide transfer bonds.

Bringing Integrity to the Industry

Alliance Bail Bonds will always bring integrity to our work even though our industry has a low reputation. We will provide you with all the answers and information you need because we are also regulated by the Department of Insurance in Connecticut, and you can trust us. When you choose us as your Bail Bond company, our Plainville clients can expect the best service, low money down and quick resolution.

Caring for Our Clients

We put our differences aside and make our clients our top priority. We want to quickly resolve your problem at the lowest cost based on your income. To better help you, we also have close connections with reputable attorneys, mental health professionals, and substance abuse facilities throughout the Connecticut area, and we can offer recommendations for you.

Bail Bond FAQs

How long does the Bail Bond Process take?

After the defendant is booked and processed by the Plainville, CT Police Department, the bail will be set. At this point, they will be allowed to receive their bail bond. Starting from the initial bond execution to release, the process should only take roughly 40 minutes, but this can dependent on the day, lack of staff, and so on. If you are looking to help a loved one with bonds, be sure to set aside several hours of time to help someone out of the Plainville, CT Police Department.  

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

Connecticut regulates the fees for the posting bonds for the entire state. For bonds up to $5,000 the rate will be 10% and bonds above $5,000 will have a rate of 7% plus $150. If you have a $2,000 bond, the rate will be 10% or $150. Or, if you have a $10,000 bond, the rate of 7% + $150 will be $850.

What is the 35 Percent Down?

The 35 Percent Down refers to the down payment placed on a bond for Plainville residents. In fact, this percentage down is regulated by the State of Connecticut. If you are seeking a bail bondsman, you must pay a minimum deposit of 35% of the PREMIUM on any executed bail if you request a payment plan. If you have additional questions, please call us.

What is a Co-Signer?

When you take out a bond, you may need a co-signer. This individual will be the one who helps you gain the bail bond because you may not be able to pay the entire amount yourself. If you or your loved one does not appear in Manchester court on the designated date, the co-signer will take the financial responsibility, even for an unpaid premium. Your Bail bondman will require that you have a co-signer who is currently working.  

Who is the Bail Commissioner?

A Bail Commissioner is an individual appointed by the state and for your Plainville area, who will set your bond while you or your loved one is detained at the Plainville police station before the court date. The Bail Commissioner will also recommend to the court an appropriate amount of bail that should be set for defendants on criminal or motor vehicle cases.

What is Collateral?

If you or your loved one cannot afford to pay out of pocket for your bail, you can use collateral. Collateral can be many things, like houses, cars, fine art or jewelry. Some bail bondsman may even request collateral in addition to premium, but this will be evaluated on available equity. Once you or your loved one have the court date, the collateral will be returned. If you do not appear on the specified court date, then your materials will be considered forfeit.

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