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Westport, CT Bail Bonds – Aces Connecticut Bail Bonds
Fast bail bonds service around Westport, CT is available with Aces Bail Bonds. Day or night we answer the call when you need to get someone out of jail. Our 24-hour bail bond service is the reliable 24-hour bail bondsmen service that you can depend on. We have built a reputation as the trusted bail agents by treating our clients well.
We are a fully licensed and insured bail bonding company that moves with integrity. What does that mean to you? It means we do what we say we are going to do! Aces is the bail bonding agency that takes pride in the ability to help people when they need help the most. Whether you have questions and need some bail advice, or you need to take advantage of our other services, you can trust that you will get straight answers and the results that you hope for.
Our Outstanding Bail Bond Service
Our goal is to take the stress out of the bail bond process. Get your loved one out with Aces and get:
- On time reliable services-we never leave you sitting and waiting for us
- The courteous client care you deserve-we treat all our clients with respect and move with discretion
- Payment options-you can arrange a payment plan to help finance the bond
- Expert services delivered by professionals
Dealing with the stress of having a loved one incarcerated should not be heightened by having to deal with a bond agent that is unreliable, disrespectful and unprofessional. We understand the importance of the role that we play in your situation and do our best to reduce the stress of the situation by delivering the professional services you deserve. Get your loved one out of jail and back home by contacting us today!
Fast, Easy and Affordable Bail Bond Services
Arrests happen around the clock so at Aces Bail Bonds we work around the clock! We are the bail bonding company near Bridgeport CT that answers the phone any time of the day or night! Whether you need bail advice, or you want one of our trusted bail agents to get your loved one out of jail, we are here to help.
Served By Our Bridgeport Office
1125 North Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 328-1300
Hours of Operation: 24/7
Monday- Friday 8:00AM-10:00PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Westport Judicial Information
Norwalk Court – GA 20 – 203-341-6000
Located at 17 Belden Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850
Geographical Area 20: (Norwalk, New Cannan, Weston, Westport, & Wilton)
Address: 17 Belden Avenue Norwalk, CT 06850
Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Doors open at 8:30 A.M.
Handicapped parking: In Courthouse lot. Proceed to the gate, ring the bell for admittance.
Juror Parking: On Byington Street directly behind the Courthouse.
Public Parking: Available on Belden and Byington Streets and, for a fee, at the Municipal Garage at 3 Burnell Boulevard, Norwalk.
Failure to Appear Warrant
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When you have a Fail to Appear Warrant (FTA) that means you failed to appear to court. When you choose Aces Bail Bonds to post bail for this warrant the process is seamless. Once we gather all the information and our client fills out all the paperwork; our client turns themselves in at the police department and we post bail.
50 Jesup Road Westport, CT 06880
Main Phone: (203) 341-6000
Chief of Police: Foti Koskinas
About: The Westport Police Department remains dedicated to maintaining a safe community and strives to achieve that mission through professionalism, honor and excellence.
11 Commerce Street Norwalk, CT 06850
When our clients have a Violation of Probation warrant (VOP) we reach out to probation ourselves to get accurate information. After gathering all information we have our clients come to the office to fill out paperwork. They turn themselves in and we go and post bail for them. This process usually takes 1 hour depending on where our client turned themselves in at.
Parole and Community Services
1052 North Avenue Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604
Fax: (203) 212-5974
Parole Manager: Steve Noto
To violate parole is to fail to live up to its conditions. The violation could be a bad act (like committing a new crime) or a failure to act (like not getting the parole officer’s permission to leave the county or state before going out of town).
Parole Revocation or Violation Hearing
At a typical hearing, the decision-maker, whether a judge, the parole board, or part of the parole board, will consider the nature and circumstances of the violation. (Parole violation proceedings can involve multiple steps, such as a hearing before a parole officer and then before the board itself.) The decision-maker determines whether to send the parolee back into custody or to release the detainer on the parolee. Depending on the rules of the jurisdiction, the prisoner may spend weeks, months, years, or the remainder of the original sentence back behind bars. Once the detainer is removed; WE ARE ABLE TO POST BAIL FOR THE REGULAR BOND.