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Servicing New Haven Superior Court

Geographical Area No. 23 | covering New Haven and also serving Bethany, Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Madison, North Branford and Woodbridge.

Location: 121 Elm Street, New Haven 06510

Telephone: Clerk's Office: (203) 789-7461

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Servicing New Haven Police Department

Location: 1 Union Ave, New Haven, CT 06519

Telephone: (203) 946-6316

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Liza Davis Bail Bonds - New Haven Connecticut

Liza Davis Bail Bonds, Your most trusted out of jail. In the event that you are being held in custody as a result of an arrest, your bail is expected to be established in court within the first 48 hours. When that happens, you should consider hiring Liza Davis Bail Bonds services to help you to obtain a quick release.

Each day, a number of people get arrested in Connecticut.

Experienced Bail Bond Agents In Connecticut:

At Liza Davis Bail Bonds, we understand that you are experiencing a difficult legal matter if you are visiting this website. If someone you love is in need of bail bond services, you can gain benefit from the resources and information that we provide on our website. We are here to help you during this difficult situation by fulfilling your bail bond needs.

Our CT bail bond company is equipped to teach you about the bail bond process during a free case evaluation.

Liza Davis Bail Bonds professionals are here to help people to get their loved ones back to their family when unexpected things happen. Our Connecticut office has been around for more than a decade and is dedicated to providing its clients with the finest level of legal services. Our knowledgeable professionals are available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Get the answers you need now for free by calling us directly, filling out our “Contact Us” form or by visiting our website.

For information about the services that are offered and or available at Liza Davis Bail Bonds, please browse through our website. You will also find information about police, jail and courts in our "Resource" on our website. Navigate each tab to find the desired information.

The most important benefits our bail bondsman in Connecticut can provide is to make it affordable to release you from custody so that you can be with your loved ones. Your freedom will provide you the ability to take care of your loved ones and meet their needs by continuously working while waiting for your case to proceed. This is a lot more beneficial than waiting in jail.

Should you require help getting bailed out of any of the Connecticut jails or prisons, then we’re here to help. For fast and affordable bail bonds in Connecticut,

give us a call at (860) 347.BAIL or (860) 818.7078. right NOW!

Or if you’d rather come by and visit us, you can do so at our

Connecticut office located at 58 Washington Street, Middletown, CT 06457


We here at Liza Davis Bail Bonds charge a modest fee and then post the remainder of your bail on your behalf. Once bail is secured through our professional bondsmen, you will be released. Call our team of bail bonds professionals at the earliest chance for a quick release.

Reasons To Contact A Bail Bondsman

Using our bail bond services enables you to get out of jail promptly. This will help to avoid losing your job. Additionally, your freedom will give you the ability to begin working on your case. Gathering evidence and hiring an attorney in order to build a strong defense is much easier on the outside.

Our Bail Bond Services

When you do not know what to do after an arrest, we can help you figure this out. As a service to our clients, we often monitor their cases. We remind them of their upcoming court dates to make sure that they are not missing their court appearances. In the case that a bench warrant or another warrant is issued, we notify our clients to get back on arrangement as soon as possible, so that they can avoid being arrested at an inconvenient or ill-timed. In addition, we offer our clients with a reassumption of bail notice so that they will not need to bail again and pay full premium on the new warrant.

Don't Wait: Get Help Today

The bail bond services we provide in Connecticut are offered to help clients with all of their needs. We are even able to provide transportation assistance when necessary. We make sure that our clients know that we are there for them throughout the entire course of the judicial process. We take a personal interest in the outcome of our clients' cases and provide all of the assistance we can legally provide to help secure their release. As you navigate this stressful and uncertain time dealing with the judicial system, we can help you with all of your bail bond needs. At Liza Davis Bail Bonds, we understand that being bailed out of jail is only the beginning, and we are prepared to assist you in every way we can.

Who We Are at Liza Davis Bail Bonds

At Liza Davis Bail Bonds Our company is committed to providing discreet professional services in Connecticut. At Liza Davis Bail Bonds, we provide high-quality services in a small-company environment. When you call us, we can continue to be with you during the entire bail process. When you work with us, you can depend on the committed services we provide to each of our clients and the needs of their unique circumstances.

With an elaborate understanding of the jails and judicial systems in Connecticut, we can help assist you through the booking and release process. Our company reviews each bail circumstance separately and then provides an appropriate solution for each client.

You can benefit from the quality services we provide as you navigate your bail circumstances, so contact us today!

We serve clients in Middlesex County, Hartford County, New Haven County, Fairfield County, Litchfield County, Windham County, New London County, Tolland County, and throughout Connecticut.

How to Contact Us

Phone: 860.818 7078
Phone: 860.347 2245 ( BAIL )


About Our Agency

The Company | About Us

The Company

Liza Davis Bail Bonds has been providing bail bonding services within the state of Connecticut for over 12 years.

We stand to protect the standard that
All Americans are innocent until proven guilty.

As well as your Constitutional right to be released on bail prior to trial.
You will be treated with the highest standards of service, respect and in a non-judgmental manner.
Diversity and tolerance is an essential value in the way that we conduct business.
We are committed to helping our clients thru the bail bonds process, quickly and confidentially.
We make sure you understand the bail process prior to posting.

About Us

Liza Davis
Bail Bondsman Liza Davis


ABOUT: Liza has been a licensed bail bond agent for over Twelve years. She contribute to our local communities through our service , values , compassion and the important contributions we make to the criminal justice system.

EDUCATION:Licensed B.E.A. ( Bail Enforcement Agents ) - Bachelor's Degree - Criminal Justice. Licensed Surety Bail Bond Agents - 12 Years Self Employment Experience.


We offer the minimum amount down payment of 35% percent as set by Connecticut state law.

How can I afford to get them out of jail?
Depending on the nature of the crime a person is accused of,
bail can range from a few hundred dollars to a few hundred thousand dollars or more.
Most people lack this kind of cash in their bank accounts, so paying the entire bail amount is out of the question.

We have set up several payment options so you can choose the one that best suits your individual situation
and make sure your loved one gets out of jail as fast as they can.
Generally, payment options are first determined by the amount of money required to post bail.
We will interview the individual for information on the person the bail is required for,
as well as the person/persons who will cosign the bail agreement should the individual be unable to post the amount of the premium.
We offer the minimum amount down payment of 35% percent as set by Connecticut state law.
Avoiding extended incarceration can prove an expensive undertaking.
Let us help you create a payment plan that will help keep your loved one out of prison and keep you out of the poorhouse

We offer easy payment plans at state set minimum that will fit your budget.

How do I make payments?
In an effort to make your experience as easy as possible, we offer several different ways to make payments.
We offer the following methods of payment:
Every week you will receive an updated statement showing your current balance and any recent payments.
The best way to make your payments is to mail them in to .
Please send your check or money order to the following address:

Liza Davis Bail Bonds
58 Washington Street
Middletown, CT 06457

We accept personal checks, money orders and most major credit and debit cards.
Payments can also be taken over the phone at no additional charge to you.
We can also set up monthly automatic reoccurring payment via your credit or debit cards.
Please call Liza Davis Bail Bonds at (860) 818.7078 for more details.
We are trained to help you make a payment arrangement that suits your individual needs.
What are the normal work hours ?
We are here to assist you 24 hours 7 days a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can we help?

After a person is arrested, the police department or court will set a bail amount
(the dollar amount varies based on the alleged offense involved and other contributing factors).
It is the court's way of making sure that a defendant appears at their scheduled court dates once released from jail.

Here's how we help you through the bail bond process:

We will walk through what is a bail bond and what you need to do to get your loved one released from custody
We will work with your individual financial situation we have many payment options and Payment Plans are available
You meet with us at the police department or jail where your loved one is located.
We will post a bail bond with the jail facility where your loved one is located at
Your loved one is released

What is Bail?

Bail is that part of our legal system that allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody
so they can continue their lives
while they prepare for their day in court.
In criminal cases, it is a sum of money, real property or surety bond that needs to be posted by or on behalf of a defendant
to guarantee their appearance in court.
The right to reasonable Bail is guaranteed to you in the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States.

What is a Bail Bond ?

The court system or Police department will set the amount of bail required for the defendant's release.
Under state law, a surety company can provide a type of insurance policy or "bond"
that guarantees payment of the full bail amount to the court if the defendant does not show up for all scheduled appearances.
A bail bond is a financial guarantee made by or on behalf of a criminal defendant that is used to guarantee their appearance
in court through the end of their trial upon release from custody.
Failure by the defendant to appear will result in a bond forfeiture.

What is the difference between bond amount and bond premium?

The bond amount is the full amount of the bail that was set by the court.
The premium is the dollar amount owed to the bail agency for posting the bond.

A bail bond is exonerated when the legal process/trial has finished.

When does a bail bond forfeiture take place?

Bail bond forfeiture results when a court appearance is missed.
If a defendant misses a court date, a bench warrant is issued for their arrest.
The court also sets a deadline for when either the defendant must be located/returned to custody
or the bail bond "reinstated" or the bail amount must be paid to the court.

What is a summary judgment?

A summary judgment is issued by the court following a bond forfeiture.
This is a judgment against the surety for payment of the bond amount.
The summary judgment is issued because the deadline for reinstating the bond or returning the defendant to custody has passed.

When do I get my money back?

If you posted the full bail amount with the court yourself, this money will be released to you at the conclusion of the court process,
provided the defendant appeared at all required court dates.
If you elected to use a bail agency to post your bond, the agency is initially responsible to the court for the bond amount.
The defendant and indemnitors are responsible to the bail agency for the premium and any fees or additional expenses incurred by the agency on their behalf.
These monies are earned at the time the defendant is released from custody and therefore not subject to return.
This is the case even if the defendant is found innocent, the case is dismissed or the defendant is placed back into custody for another offense.

What do I need to bond someone out of jail?

You will need the fee, a cosigner, and possibly some form of collateral.

What is a cosigner?

A cosigner is a person who agrees to be responsible for the full face value of the bond in the event that the defendant fails to show up in court.

What is collateral? Do I need to provide collateral?

Collateral is money or property that we hold on to while a defendant is out on bail.
The money is taken as incentive to ensure the person's appearance at scheduled court dates and is returned to the collateral donor
once the bond is released by the court.
The circumstances of every bond are a little different, but most bonds can be done without collateral.

What information do you need from me when I call?

The following is a list of information that will help us to do the bond as quickly as possible.
When you call us you should try to have as much of this information as possible.
Don't worry if you don't or can't get all the information; we can get it for you.

* Name of person in custody
* Birthdate
* Social security number of defendant if available
* Address of defendant if available

What size bonds can you do?

Unlike some of our competitors we believe that every bond is important regardless of size.
We will respond to any bond.

Who regulates your company?

The Department of Insurance is responsible for the regulation of surety bail bondsmen in Connecticut.

What are your business hours?

24 hours a day 7 days a week. We can and will do a bond anytime of the day or night including holidays throughout CT.


To make a payment or if you have questions about your account please call 860-347-BAIL (2245). Liza Davis Bail Bonds provides solutions. That’s why we offer an online payment option that allows our customers to make bail payments quickly and securely online. Making payments to your bail bond account has never been so easy.

Bail Bonds Payment Options


You can call in your payment over the phone by calling (860)347-BAIL (2245) between the hours of 8am and 9pm. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. You will need to have the name of the individual being bonded along with the date that the bond was posted. Credit and Debit card payments are secured by PayPal and will be charged with a 3% processing fee.


Some of our clients prefer to make payments in person with a licensed Connecticut bail agent, You can arrange this by calling (860)347-BAIL (2245) and scheduling an appointment with Liza Davis Bail Bonds representative. We accept Cash, credit or debit cards, money orders ,cashiers checks and personal checks.


Liza Davis Bail Bonds
58 Wasington Street
Middletown CT 06457


The most conveinient way for you to make a payment is right here on the Liza Davis Bail Bonds website. You can use this online payment which is secured by PayPal 24 hours a day to secure the release of your loved one from jail or make a payment on your existing bail account. Please see the paypal link at the bottom of this screen for payment instructions.

Note: You do NOT need to have a PayPal account to use this service.

Click on the PayPal button to pay with your PayPal account, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express or e-Check. Be sure to print out any receipts you may want for future reference. Check with your agent, he/she may request a copy.

THE PAYMENT FOR INTO THE "DESCRIPTION" FIELD OR THE DEFENDANT'S NAME AND BOND ID #. THIS IS TO ENSURE THE CREDIT TO THE PROPER NAME. THANK YOU. By clicking the Paypal button below, you are agreeing to accept and not dispute or charge back the amount charged to your credit card.

Simply choose the amount you wish to pay for this transaction and click on one of the links below to make your payment.

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How to Contact Us

Phone: 860.818 7078
Phone: 860.347 2245 ( BAIL )