In Connecticut, state laws do not prohibit anyone who legally owns a gun to fire that weapon on his or her own property. However, municipalities and townships typically prohibit this activity unless the shooting takes place on rural acreage. Someone who lives in a municipality and fires a gun in the yard may face arrest and the need for a bail bonds service in Greenwich, CT.
Firearms Within City Limits
A person who has
been reported for shooting wildlife in the yard likely will face two
charges. One will be a charge of firing a weapon within the city
limits and the other, killing wildlife outside of hunting season. A
bail bonds service in Greenwich, CT is ready to assist when someone
has been arrested and cannot leave jail without paying cash bail or
posting a bond.
individual does not have the required permits, he or she is now in
even more trouble with additional charges. Bail could be set high
enough that paying it with cash is impossible.
township laws are in place because discharging a weapon in populated
areas can be dangerous. The risk of accidentally shooting someone is
high in a residential neighborhood. The same is true when residential
properties border commercial or industrial land, even if they are
located on the edge of town.
Defendants do not want to wait in jail any longer than they absolutely have to. They can contact a friend or relative to fill out an application with Aces Bail Bonds Inc.