3-D Bail Bonds Hartford CT | 5-Star Service
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Can a bondsman ask the judge to lower the bail amount in Connecticut?
No. A licensed Connecticut bondsman can post the bail so you can get out of jail. A motion to lower the bail can be requested by an attorney. An experienced attorney can schedule a bail hearing to reduce or modify the current set bail amount. The motion to reduce the bond must be presented to the Judge in advance to the hearing date.
Experienced attorneys are known for requesting bail hearing when they consider their client’s bail is excessive. During the bail hearing both parties the prosecution and the defense team will present their reasons to reduce the bond while the prosecutor would probably present objections to the reduction of bail.
According to Dan Toner, of 3-D Bail Bonds, Inc of Hartford CT the rise in gun violence may be related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. He states “incarcerated individuals have been released back into the streets from custody to help reduce the spread of the virus in Correctional facilities”. This has reduced incarceration but may have helped create the public safety issue we are now feeling in the streets.
Additionally, he adds “the Courthouses have been reducing the number of people entering their buildings so criminal court cases have been continued without the defendant’s attendance. He believes “the lack of consequences for criminal behavior is a major factor in these increases, not only in Hartford, but throughout the country.
There isn’t a single reason why gun violence is on the rise, there are many. As we look a bit closer to the issue, Hartford City Officials also believe a contributing factor to be the pandemic that hit in early 2020. COVID-19 has caused the adjudication process to take a huge hit. One individual said “Due to pandemic related concerns, in some cases, offenders associated with violent crimes were being released earlier than usual, when they normally would’ve been held in custody”. Additionally, “In-person” probation and parole meetings have slowed down due to COVID concerns. This along with lower and/or no bond being required in pretrial matters.
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