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DWI Bail Bonds CT
Most cases in the state deal with DUI’s and people getting arrested or even killed while driving under intoxication. In order to be guilty of a DUI you must be proven guilty by the judge. You will have paperwork in regards to the certain behavior that was possessed that day in time of the incident. If you are selected as guilty the judge will hold you under arrest until he decides to either let you go or give you a bail amount. The determination of the bond is set depending on many factors such as if you are a first- time defendant, have history with this charge, or have reckless behavior. In most cases where a bail bondsman comes in is where the bond is posted and you pay the fine to the services of a bondsman and you will then follow up on your next court date.
There are many ways law enforcement may test your ability to be certain to drive in many ways necessary. any person who operates a motor vehicle is presumed to have given his or her consent to a test to determine blood alcohol concentration (BAC). You are legally intoxicated if your BAC is .08 or above. If you are under 21 years of age, you are legally intoxicated at a .02 BAC or higher.
When a driver is arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while drinking having possession of drugs, the report is sent to DMV. Upon receipt of the arrest report, DMV hands a suspension under Connecticut General Statute 14-227b for the failure of the blood, breath or urine test or for the refusal take the test. In most cases, the suspension will begin 30 days after the arrest date. The license suspension is based on the arrest information and is separate from any penalties or requirements that may be imposed as a result of the court case.
If you are previously charged with a DUI your bon amount will most likely be raised higher compared to a first- time offense where it would be lower. The state of Connecticut takes into account of each detail in the case such as how many people were involved, what objects were found, behavior of the defendant, or even some cases deaths from being too intoxicated.
If you are unable to total amount of the bail bond you may certainly contact us as we are very negotiable and have many experiences with cases regarding DUI’s. Even if you have a small amount of money you may be granted approval of release, however you have to follow up with your bail bondsman according to different dates of payment plans set by the co-signer and the bondsman.
At Atomic Bail Bonds we have served many families and loved one through the process of DUI’s where we accept payment plans of all types and professional service to all in need.
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Phone : 860 346.JAIL (5245)