Access Confidential Juvenile Bail Bonds in Connecticut
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Cases which set a bail for a juvenile offense are extremely rare. However, dealing with a juvenile arrest and bail process remains immensely stressful both for you and for the underage person who has ended up in jail. Whatever the reason for setting the bail, the number one priority is to secure a swift release of your underage child or legal dependent so you can start looking for resources to build them a stronger defense depending on circumstances. That is where we come in. At BailCo Bail Bonds Manchester, we offer confidential and affordable bail bonds for juveniles in Connecticut. We can bail your underage loved one out of jail so they can return to the safety and comfort of home while awaiting trial.
Why choose BailCo Bail Bonds Manchester?
Juvenile bails occur rarely in our line of work. However, that doesn’t mean we’re not ready to help you out. Our team’s efficiency and the availability of our wide range of services has helped us grow into one of the leading companies in Connecticut. Our focus is to make the whole process as fast, comfortable and pain-free as possible for you and your family. We strive to spare you the overwhelming stress and uncertainty and help you secure the most favorable outcome for your underaged loved one.
What we offer:
- Strictly confidential services
- Statewide 24/7 availability
- All types of bail bonds for juveniles
- Simple and convenient scheduling
- In-depth understanding of applicable laws
- Flexible payment options
All types of juvenile bail bonds
We are a safe choice for all types of juvenile bail bond services in Connecticut. We also strive to give each client a personalized, flexible service that takes into account all the relevant circumstances in the rare cases of juvenile bail.
Experienced bail bondsman
In situations like this, you want to be absolutely certain that a professional bondsman you can trust will be handling your case. Our agents have the know-how and experience to take prompt action in your best interest.
24/7 bail bonds across Connecticut
We provide emergency bail bonds for juveniles 24/7 and we will be wherever you need us to be in the state of Connecticut. All our services are efficient and confidential, and we will help you put all this behind you fast.
Compassionate approach to bail bond services for juveniles
We know that the situation you and your underage child or legal dependent are currently in fills you with dread. But you are not alone. We are one of the few juvenile bail bond companies that offers bail bond services for rare-occurring juvenile bail. We’ll help you understand what you are dealing with and take swift action to ensure your underage loved one is released from jail as soon as possible. The courts allow special protections for minors, and we will look into the specific circumstances of the case to explore your options.
Ensuring your satisfaction through a personalized service
We are always readily available to provide bail bond services to adult and juvenile clients across Connecticut. Contact us for a private conversation and we will explore every avenue to facilitate and accelerate the process and spare you the inconvenience, stress and uncertainty that inevitably comes with having a loved one locked up in jail. We know this is a challenging time for you and your loved ones and we will do our best to help you escape this chaotic, stress-filled situation as soon as possible.
Frequently asked questions
Can a juvenile get bail?
Generally, it is highly unlikely that a juvenile offender will receive bail. In the state of Connecticut, juveniles charged with criminal acts are treated differently than adults:
- Persons under the age of 16 are not considered criminally responsible except in the case of violent crimes.
- Youths under the age of 16 charged with non-violent crimes are tried in juvenile court.
Juvenile courts differ from criminal courts for adults in their intended purpose: rehabilitation and reintegration of the underage person as opposed to punishment. A juvenile is granted freedom based solely on the decision of the court.
However, a juvenile can be granted bail rights if a decision is made to have them transferred to a criminal court and tried as an adult instead:
- Juveniles over 16 can be tried as adults.
- Juveniles under the age of 16 charged with violent criminal acts may be tried as adults or treated as serious juvenile offenders.
Serious juvenile offenders are subjected to more severe sentencing than other juveniles.
The following interrelated limitations apply:
- A juvenile cannot post bail on their behalf. However, although juveniles do not have a constitutional right to seek bail, they are frequently released to their parents or guardians based on the decision of the juvenile court.
- A person must be over 18 to post bail for a juvenile.
- Only a parent or legal guardian can bail a juvenile out of jail.
How do juvenile bail bonds differ from bail bonds for adults?
Identical restrictions and requirements that apply to adult bail apply to juvenile bail, except that juvenile bail bonds may come with an additional requirement: the juvenile’s parent or legal custodian would need to sign the document and assume the responsibility for the juvenile person’s court appearance. In other words, juveniles must follow the conditions of bail set by the judge.
How old do you have to be to bail someone out?
In the U.S., underage individuals cannot enter into any legal contract. That means that a person must be 18 to be able to bail someone out of jail, and many bail bond companies in Connecticut may even require the person posting bail to be 21 or older.
Why are juveniles being tried as adults?
In some states children as young as 13 charged with more serious crimes can be tried as adults, and a few states try minors charged with serious violent crimes in criminal courts regardless of their age at the time they allegedly committed the crime.
However, in Connecticut and most other states, a juvenile offender must be 16 or older to be eligible for waiver to adult court, in which case bail may be set and the juvenile may be eligible for release on bail bond.
Other special circumstances should also be considered:
- Although a juvenile over 16 may be tried as an adult regardless of charges, juveniles under 16 charged with serious violent crimes or with a history of criminal activity can be tried in adult courts.
- A juvenile under 16 may be tried as an adult or treated as a serious juvenile offender if they are facing charges for committing serious juvenile offenses.
- For other charges of juveniles under 16, it is up to the judge to decide whether to treat the child as an adult or a juvenile.
- Children between the ages of 14 and 18 may also be tried as adults for minor crimes which do not involve jail time (youthful offenders). The penalty for youths under 16 being adjudged a juvenile delinquents for violation of a federal or state law or a local ordinance may include placement in a state institution for juveniles or other forms of rehabilitation and reintegration.
Where can I get fast bail bonds for juveniles in Connecticut?
You may find it challenging to find a reliable bail bond agent willing to offer bail bonds for juveniles. But here at BailCo Bail Bonds Manchester, we understand the ins and outs of the process for various charges, and we also handle the potentially complex bail bonds for juveniles. We will start working on that while you set out in search for an experienced legal representative and we will work with you to help ensure a successful bail and court process.
We handle a diverse range of bail bond services in Connecticut for adults and minors alike, and we can handle everything from fast and efficient marijuana bail bonds to strictly confidential burglary bail bonds across Connecticut.
Contact us to learn more about our service and how we can secure a fast release of your underage loved one!