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What Exactly is An Arrest Warrant?

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What exactly is an arrest warrant?

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In And Out Bail Bonds  wants you to be aware of what an arrest warrant is and

What it entails. According to USLegal.com an arrest warrant is “A judge’s order to law enforcement officers to arrest and bring to jail a person charged with a crime.” This is also called a warrant of arrest.

An arrest warrant is issued if there is probable cause that the person named committed an offense. An arrest warrant must have specific information on it such as the name of the person whose arrest is ordered, it must note that the person is accused of an offense and name the offense, and it must be signed by the magistrate or judge who issued the warrant.

After an arrest warrant has been issued, the police are legally allowed to arrest the person listed on the arrest warrant. The person can be arrested most anywhere such as work, a store, or at a park. A person can have an arrest warrant issued against them if there is probable cause that they have committed an offense such as, failing to appear for a court case, domestic violence, theft, breaking and entering, or rape. As Well as many other offenses that can also lead to an arrest warrant.

If you Believe you have an Arrest  Warrant , Call Our Office and we can check for you.

In And Out Bail Bonds  is ready to bail you or a loved one out of jail once an arrest warrant has been issued, You Can Feel Confident to walk in to Police Department knowing that you are walking In And Out.  In And Out Bail Bonds is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Please Call Us: 860-970-3443 or 203-886-5925   to start the bail bond process.
In And Out Bails Bonds experienced and knowledgeable bail bond agents will explain the booking process and criminal justice system to you. They will walk you step by step through the process required in order to bail you or your loved one out of jail. Once you have bonded out of jail, our agents will even call you to remind you of upcoming court appearances.

In And Out Bail Bonds Services The State of Connecticut on all Bail Bonds.  We are here to help you with this unfortunate situation so please give us a call at 860-970-3443 or 203-886-5925 to start the bail bond process or to have any questions answered. We look forward to helping you so please call us today!

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Life Can Be Hell, Behind a Cell

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Does the thought of spending a few nights in jail seem like something you can handle ? After all, how hard can it really be…

Have you ever thought about the living conditions and the level of treatment that our prison system really gets? Take a look at these top reasons why Jail is no place to spend the night, and why you will want to Bail Out As Quickly as Possible !

THE FOOD: If you have ever eaten “jail food,” you know that it makes hospital food look like it came from a gourmet bistro.

THE HEADCOUNT: Officers at the jail/correctional facility  have to take a count numerous times throughout the day.

THE LONELINESS: In jail, you will probably not be surrounded by your friends. You don’t know anyone and yet you are locked up with these strangers for days or months. There is also limited time to utilize a free telephone. After being processed and fingerprinted, you will be moved to a regular housing area where the majority of the telephones only allow collect calls to be made. When you feel like you have been alone for days with no one to talk to, that is exactly what they want, and they don’t care.

 THE BOOKING PROCESS: Time passes slowly. The booking process  (mug shot and fingerprinting) can vary. Then you will be moved from the intake area to a transitional housing area where everybody who has been arrested, who has not bonded Out will stay until they are moved to a correctional facility, until their next court date or they are bonded out.

THE PLUMBING: There is no privacy in Jail. You just have it get used to it. These conditions are as bad as it gets! (Even port-o-potties are better!)

THE CELL-MATES: No matter what charge you are brought into jail for, you could have a cellmate who has a long and violent criminal history – he could even be charged with murder. (At least you will have some stories to tell…if you get out first.)

THE MEDICAL CARE: If you are sick, it could take several days before you are seen by a medical professional. If you have a specific medical condition that requires attention, you may as well get used to the lack of care and attention, and hope to get out soon!

THE COURT DATE: If you are charged with a misdemeanor, it may be several weeks before you have a court appearance. If you are charged with a more serious felony, it could be months before you see a judge. If you don’t Bond Out during that time, each and every day will be spent in confinement, following rules and possibly coexisting with people who have very serious crimes on their record. The wait can be the worst part.

THE CHANGE OF LIFESTYLE: Just being away from home is not the worst part. Being alone, the endless waiting, being misunderstood, and making strange “new friends” can be hard…you always have to watch your back!

Family/ Your Life : If you are bonded out, you have the ability to work, be with your family, and be able to hire an attorney to build a strong argument for your charges. 

Call In And Out Bail Bonds 203-886-5925 or 860-970-3443, Servicing the Entire State of Connecticut

What are your Miranda Rights ?

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What Are Your Miranda Rights?

The Miranda warning (from the U.S. Supreme Court’s Miranda v. Arizona decision), requires that officers let you know of certain facts after your arrest, before questioning you. An officer who is going to interrogate you must convey to you that:

  • You have the right to remain silent.
  • If you do say anything, it can be used against you in a court of law.
  • You have the right to have a lawyer present during any questioning.
  • If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed for you if you so desire.

When the Miranda Warning Is Required

It doesn’t matter whether an interrogation occurs in a jail, at the scene of a crime, on a busy downtown street, or the middle of an open field: If a person is in custody (deprived of his or her freedom of action in any significant way), the police must read the Miranda rights if they want to ask questions and use the answers as evidence at trial.

If someone is not in police custody, however, no Miranda warning is required and anything the person says can be used at trial. Police officers often avoid arresting people—and make it clear to them that they’re free to go—precisely so they don’t have to give the Miranda warning. Then they can arrest the suspect after getting the incriminating statement they wanted all along.

Miranda Rights, also known as the Miranda warning, is provided when a suspect is arrested by police officials or law enforcement after they are assumed to have committed an illegal crime. It is used to remind the individual of their 5th amendment right to remain silent and prevent incriminating themselves if they wish. The rights are provided when an individual is arrested and are used as a warning.

The Miranda Rights are always used when a suspect will undergo an interrogation, requiring the individual to provide a clear response to the rights. The arrest can not occur without the Miranda Rights stated. Although most people are familiar with Miranda Rights, nearly one million U.S. criminal cases are still compromised due to suspects who do not fully understand how the rights can protect them after an arrest.

What the Miranda Rights States

The Miranda Rights state that the suspect has the right to remain silent and that anything they say will be used in the court of law. It continues by stating that the suspect has the right to an attorney before speaking to the police and that the attorney can be present when the questioning begins. An attorney will be provided beforehand if the suspect can not afford an attorney, only if they desire. The individual has the option to answer any questions without an attorney present and can also choose to stop speaking at any time. The suspect is then asked if they are willing to answer any questions without an attorney present after their rights have been stated. The suspect must give a clear answer and cannot remain silent when asked if they agree to be questioned.

Using the Miranda Rights Wisely

If you’ve been placed under arrest, it’s important to remember that you are considered a suspect and anything that you say will be used as evidence to incriminate you from the prosecutor. Although you do not have to remain completely silent in front of the officers, it’s important to keep what you say to a minimum to prevent saying something that can cause you to appear guilty. Although you are not required to answer any questions about the crime that you’re accused of committing before speaking to an attorney, you still have to provide your name, address, and any information that will help identify who you are to law enforcement.

It’s best to avoid saying anything until speaking to an attorney because there is little that you will be able to say that will benefit you. If you decide to speak to the police without having an attorney present, you can always state that you want to plead the fifth to avoid answering specific questions or providing details.

If the police fail to provide the Miranda Rights to a suspect after an arrest, anything that is said will not be able to be used against you in the court of law as evidence due to a failure to have the warning provided beforehand.

There Are No Incovenient Times to Call A Bail Bondsman!

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If someone you’re close to gets picked up for a crime in the middle of the night, you may end up wanting to get them out of jail as soon as possible. Depending upon where they were arrested, staying in jail may be a very bad idea. There is a process involved in this that you can speed along by contacting a bail bondsman right away. Most of them make this easy to do.

Call the Office

Because of the nature of their work, a bail bondsman will generally be available around the clock. The first thing you should do is call their office, no matter what time of day or night it is. If you reach their Voice Mail , Leave a message, if they do not call you back within 5 Minutes, Then move on to the next company.

If a bail bonds company is not available at all hours of the day or night, you may want to look elsewhere .

Internet

The Internet is a 24-hour place and many bail bond companies have taken advantage of this. Most of them will have contact information on their websites, allowing you to figure out how to get in contact with somebody who can help you out no matter what time of the day or night the person you’re trying to get bailed out got arrested.

Some bail bond companies even allow you to file the paperwork and handle the payment over the Internet. This may allow you to avoid having to go down to the jail house in the middle of the night to sign a bunch of paperwork and to meet with the bail bondsman.

There may be a little bit of back and forth involved with getting someone bailed out of jail. For instance, you may not have all of the information you need to give the bail bondsman when you initially contact them. The bail bondsman will generally let you know how long you should expect to wait and what you should have when you call so that they can process the bail and get the person out of jail as quickly as possible. Remember that the bail bond company is there to help you, so if you have questions, contact them so that you avoid any mishaps or delays.

Bail bonds needed for a Domestic Violence Arrest.

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If you have been the victim of domestic violence, you or your spouse might have called the police or had the police sent to your home. If you or your spouse gets arrested, you will probably need domestic violence.

To get a bail bond, you need someone or yourself to contact our Office at In and Out Bail Bonds, if you are given bond with the court or Police Station and if you want to try to get out of jail to await  your hearing from your home rather than from jail. There might be other restrictions put on you by the court in a domestic violence situation, but, you can get domestic violence bail bonds by calling a bail bondsman or having one called for you.

Calling us at In And Out Bail Bonds 860-970-3443 or 203-886-5925 In And Out Bail Bonds, allows us to ensure the court, that you agree to comply with all the court orders placed on you following your arrest for domestic violence.

In And Out Bail Bonds, guarantees your appearance to the court for your domestic violence arrest. That means that the money you give him is his insurance that you will comply with the court hearing date. If you fail to appear, your domestic violence bail bonds man will owe the court your full bond set by the court. That means that your domestic violence bail bondsman will have to check to see when you are to appear in court and when you actually do appear in court.

You might be in a very emotional state following a domestic violence charge and arrest. Getting help with the court that will hear your case is one way that your domestic violence bail bonds company can be of great assistance not only in getting you released from jail to wait for your hearing but to assist you in complying with the court orders.

Our bail bonds agent can, first of all, find out how much bail has been set by the court, if you have the option to post bail, and other restrictions that might have been ordered by the judge who is hearing your case. Your domestic violence bail bonds agent is even more important to you, if you are incarcerated, than your lawyer since you will need the cooperation of a domestic violence bail bonds agent to get you out of jail when you get charged for domestic violence by a spouse or by the police.

Need Bail Bonds for a Domestic Call In and Out Bail Bonds

Servicing the Entire State of Connecticut

Call us at 860-970-3443 or 203-886-5925

Bail Bonds Woman feeling uneasy and disturbed

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Yesterday I was waiting for someone to meet in New Britain across from police department, and I was in parking lot between a package store and office building while I was in my car minding my own business , I had a car full of people starting to scream racists remarks to me , saying “white girl” and what the F$&k are u looking at ! Well I wasn’t looking at anyone and there was 6 against me , I have never been so scared in my life . I bond people out of jail and I don’t look at their color at all,  but Yesterday it drove home , how Sad Racial Tension Has become ..I am sad for the human race .

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Bail Bonds Woman feeling uneasy and disturbed

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defendant-appearsYesterday I was waiting for someone to meet in New Britain across from police department, and I was in parking lot between a package store and office building while I was in my car minding my own business , I had a car full of people starting to scream racists remarks to me , saying “white girl” and what the F$&k are u looking at ! Well I wasn’t looking at anyone and there was 6 against me , I have never been so scared in my life . I bond people out of jail and I don’t look at their color at all,  but Yesterday it drove home , how Sad Racial Tension Has become ..I am sad for the human race .

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