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In Connecticut, for which type of crimes can a defendant be given bail? How does the bail system in Connecticut work?

These are the laws and statutes that cover the laws regarding bail in Connecticut. Each Connecticut county must set their own bail amounts, their internal process for payment of bail and the ultimate release of the inmate from jail, pending trial.

Each of these Penal Code Sections are followed by jailexchange.com's rough interpretation of what that section of the law means.

For specific advice, we advise you to discuss your case with a criminal lawyer or a licensed bail and bond agent. Jailexchange.com cannot held liable for any action you take based upon our interpretation of Connecticut's bail laws.

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