"Can I use my AAA membership card for a bail bond to get out?"
The answer is, sorry, not in Connecticut. The AAA bail bonds service provided by AAA is good for motor vehicle charges and you may use your AAA membership card for any motor vehicle violation except those involving driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquors, drugs or narcotics; failure to appear for violations; driving on a suspended/revoked driver’s license; hit and run; failure to present evidence of insurance; illegal use or falsification of license or registration; engaging in a felony; attempting to elude/eluding police, or while driving a vehicle used for commercial purposes.
In Connecticut you will not receive a bail bond for any other motor vehicle charge besides those listed by AAA as excluded above.
Other questions include:
What are your hours?
Our Bail Bonds Agents are always on call for immediate dispatch and response to any Jail or Police Department in the State.
Who can sign for a bond?
Anyone who is working and is willing to take responsibility for the person arrested returning to court and continuing to go to all of his or her court dates until the case is over
How much do I need?
The State of Connecticut Mandates the fee for a bail bond to be 10% of the first $5,000 and 7% of anything in excess. This means a $5,000 bond would be $500 while a $5,100 bond would be $507. An easy equasion would be any bond over $5,000 is 7% plus $150. We take 35% of that down for payment plans.
Do I need collateral?
In most cases your signature is our collateral. There are however occasions when we are required to hold some other form of collateral. Ask one of our agents for more information.
Do we do out of state or immigration bonds?
We are teamed up with bail bond agents in just about every state to be able to get your loved one out of any jail. We also have a relationship with an immigration specialist who can handle all of your immigration bond needs.