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    Connecticut Bail Bonds Group-An Analysis

    A bond contract has both advantages and downsides. With so many options available, deciding on one might be difficult. A bail bond is essentially a pledge that someone who has been detained will appear for trial at a later date. To meet the bond, an individual would have to put up some kind of collateral, such as money or property. As long as the defendant shows up for trial, he will be relieved of his obligation to return all of the property he pledged as collateral for the bond. Assume that a member of your family has been arrested and a bond of $30,000 has been imposed. The thirty thousand…