Atomic Bail Bonds has years of experience in the bail bonds business. We have written a number of bail bonds for a variety of crimes. We do not judge anyone on the basis of their crime. We understand there can be circumstances that can cause bad things to happen, some of which may be out of your control. If you have been charged with a felony but were granted a bail bond and want to get out of jail, contact our agents. Atomic Bail Bond agents are professional and respectful people who understand and standing by to help you. Contact us (860) 982-4661.
There are numerous categories of felonies in the state of Connecticut. There are capital felonies, Class A felonies, Class B felonies, Class C felonies, Class D felonies and unclassified felonies. These felonies are offenses that will get you jail time for one (1) year or more, depending on the severity of the crime and which class it falls under. Just to name a few felonies that happen in the state of Connecticut are murder, manslaughter, intimidating a witness, drug trafficking, armed robbery, assault, battery, domestic violence or vehicular homicide or manslaughter. If you have been charged with a felony, you risk losing a lot. You might have to forfeit all of your real and personal property. You have to stop and think if the crime really is worth all of the time you are going to lose as a free person. Think about all of the things that you are going to leave behind.
Capital felonies, or Connecticut criminal felonies are the most serious crimes. If you commit a crime that falls under this category, you will be sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole or you could have faced execution. In 2012, Connecticut did away with the death penalty. An example of a capital felony is murder.
Class A felonies are the more serious crime after capital felonies. If you commit a crime that falls under this category, you will be sentenced to ten (10) years to life in prison with fines that could add up to $20,000. Examples of Class A felonies are murder other than a capital felony or arson murder, felony murder, sexual assault in first degree, aggravated sexual assault of person who is under 16 years of age, kidnapping in first degree, kidnapping in first degree with a firearm, arson in the first degree, employing a minor in an obscene performance and assault on pregnant women resulting in termination of the pregnancy.
Class B felonies are a little less severe than Class A felonies. If you commit a crime under this category, you will be sentenced to one (1) to forty (40) years in prison and fines could be up to $15,000. Examples of Class B felonies are attempt or conspiracy to commit any class A felony, attempt or conspiracy to commit any class B felony, manslaughter in the first degree, manslaughter in the first degree with a firearm, assault in the first degree, assault of an elderly, blind, disabled, pregnant or mentally retarded person in first degree, assault of Department of Correction employee in the first degree, sexual assault in first degree, aggravated sexual assault in the first degree, sexual assault in second degree of victim under age 16, sexual assault in third degree with firearm of victim under age 16, sexual assault in spousal or cohabitation relationship, promoting prostitution in first degree, kidnapping in the second degree, kidnapping in the second degree with a firearm, burglary in the first degree, arson in the second degree, larceny in the first degree, robbery in the first degree, possession of a weapon or dangerous instrument in a correctional institution, rioting at correctional institution, promoting a minor in an obscene performance, computer crime in the first degree, money laundering in the first degree, vendor fraud in the first degree, computer crime in furtherance of terrorism, indecent intimate contact with child, deprivation of equal rights by death and manufacture of bombs.
Class C felonies are next. If you commit a crime under this category, you can face anywhere from one (1) to ten (10) years in prison. Your fines could be up to $10,000. Examples of Class C felonies are attempt or conspiracy to commit any class C felony, manslaughter in the second degree, manslaughter in the second degree with a firearm, manslaughter in the second degree with a motor vehicle while intoxicated, sexual assault in second degree, sexual assault in third degree of victim under age 16, sexual assault in the third degree with a firearm, promoting prostitution in second degree and burglary in the second degree.
Class D felonies are classified as the least serious type of felony charge. If you have committed a crime under this category, you can face a prison sentence of one (1) to five (5) years and fines of up to $5,000. Examples of Class D felonies are second degree assault, larceny between $1,000 and $5,000, possession of a forged instrument, issuing a bad check for more than $1,000, impersonating a police officer, third degree burglary and possession of a weapon on school grounds.
Some crimes that are committed in the state of Connecticut fall under the unclassified felony charges tier. If this is your case, your sentence will be determined by the statute that defines the crime you committed. Some examples of unclassified felonies are selling or possessing hallucinogens in the second and third degree, selling narcotics as a nondependent person, racketeering, willfully certifying a false financial statement and possessing and/or using a machine gun during the commission of a violent crime.
If you are given a felony bail bond from the judge that is presiding over your case, contact Atomic Bail Bonds at (860) 982-4661. We will start the process of getting you released as soon as you contact us. We will get the paperwork started while we are talking to you over the phone. We will get you through this process with minimal stress. Call us today.