New Egland Bail Bonds .net

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I call to have someone bailed out?

Our agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just call us at (203) 430-8326.

Which cities/ towns in Connecticut do you provide service to?

We have agents located throughout the state. We will bail you out, no matter where you are in Connecticut.

What do I need in order to bail someone out of jail?

You must be 21 years of age, and employed. You will have to pay a fee, and in some cases provide collateral (depending on the amount of the bail).

What is the fee charged for a bond to be posted by New England Bail Bonds?

The State of Connecticut has set rates which are regulated by the Connecticut State Department of Insurance. We charge 10% for bonds up to $5,000 and 7%, plus a $150 processing fee, for bonds over $5,000.

Will I get my collateral and or bond returned to me?

The collateral is required to insure the defendant's appearance at all of their scheduled court dates and will be returned once all court proceedings are concluded. If the defendant fails to appear in court your collateral will be surrendered to the the state.
The fee is non-refundable, you do not received that back.

What information do I need about the defendant?

Name & Date of Birth
Social Security Number
Inmate ID number (for correctional facilities only)
Minors under the age of 18 must have original birth certificate and be accompanied by a Parent or Legal Guardian. (Legal Guardian must provide proof of guardianship.)

What is the responsibility of the signer?

If the defendant you signed for fails to appear to court, you are liable for the full amount of the bond plus any expenses. However, a failure to appear in court does not necessarily mean you will have to pay the full amount of the bond. If you make arrangements with our company to surrender the defendant to the court you will only be liable for the actual expenses our company incurs.

What if there is more than one signer?

The signer and co- signer will be held equally liable for the full bond amount. This happens only in the event that we cannot capture the individual, or they do not turn themselves in on the warrant within the time period allowed by the state.