Looking for New Haven Bail Bonds? History: 1969 act increased bondsman's commission (1) from five to twenty dollars on bail amounts up to three hundred, rather than one hundred, dollars, (2) from five to seven per cent for changed three hundred dollar lower range up to five thousand dollars and (3) from two and one-half to five per cent for amounts exceeding five thousand dollars; P.A. 77-614 replaced commissioner of state police with commissioner of public safety, effective January 1, 1979; P.A. 83-163 increased bondsman's commission from a maximum of seven per cent to a maximum of ten per cent for amounts of bail furnished from three hundred dollars up to five thousand dollars; P.A. 86-183 increased maximum fee from twenty to fifty dollars on bail up to five hundred dollars, ten per cent of amount of bail from five hundred to five thousand dollars and changed percentage from five to seven per cent of amount of bail in excess of five thousand dollars.
A bail enforcement agent firearms permit issued pursuant to this section shall be valid for a period of ninety days after the expiration date, except this provision shall not apply if the permit to carry a pistol or revolver has been revoked or revocation is pending pursuant to section 29-32, in which case the bail enforcement agent firearms permit shall also be revoked.
P.A. 98- 1 made technical changes, effective June 24, 1998; P.A. 99-240 gave the commissioner the authority to refuse to renew a license, added unsuitability as a basis to suspend, revoke or refuse to renew a license, provided that suspension, revocation or refusal to renew a license also revokes the firearms permit, made failure to surrender a license a class C misdemeanor and made provisions gender neutral.
In modern cities with modern court demands (delays) and overcrowding, most persons seek the bail option to deal with the situation in a more comfortable environment, they seek the bail bond option to prevent financial failure over the short term; eliminate the distress of an already stressful situation.
The arrested individual must show up for all of their scheduled court dates to the assigned courthouse here in CT. In the event the defendant Fails To Appear for any of the scheduled court dates, the bail bondsman who posted the bail will be sent to locate the individual and you will be arrested again and returned to jail.
It shall also set forth under oath a statement of the assets and liabilities of the applicant, and whether the applicant has been charged with Bail Bondsman New Haven or convicted of crime, and such other information, including fingerprints and photographs, as said commissioner from time to time may require.
Any individual aggrieved by the action of the commissioner in revoking, suspending or refusing to reissue a license or in imposing a fine or penalty may appeal therefrom, in accordance with the provisions of section 4-183, except venue for such appeal shall be in the judicial district of Hartford.
Such application shall set forth under oath the full name, age, residence and occupation of the applicant, whether the applicant intends to engage in the business of a professional bondsman individually or in partnership or association with another or others, and, if so, the identity of each.