bail bondsman


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bail bondsman

(ˈbɒndzmən)
n
(Law) law an individual or firm that lends bail money to defendants awaiting trial
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Separately, a Mississippi bail bondsman had tipped the FBI in September about a YouTube user with the screen name "nikolas cruz" who had commented on a video, "Im going to be a professional school shooter.
Lori Ponder, owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds, states, "The attractive benches are eye catching so anybody needing a bail bondsman can quickly get our phone number.
Hauptmann, 44, who worked as a bail bondsman, pleaded no contest to bigamy and other charges against him, in the Northumberland County Court on Jan.
The benefit of using a bail bondsman, then, is not a reduction in the financial risk taken on by your friends or family, but a reduction in the amount of money they are required to pay upfront.
dba Above All Bail Bonds, and Above All Bail Bond, LLC dba Above All Bail Bond to immediately cease and desist doing business as a bail bondsman and bail agency pending a hearing in October.
Five-O is situated in the strip that houses the Shamrock, a barbershop, a bail bondsman and a cobbler.
Instead, his estranged brother arranges an introduction to a local bail bondsman (and possibly a low-level gangster) and he becomes a private eye tracing bail skippers.
They are "Get Shorty", in which a Miami loan shark with a movie idea cons his way into becoming a Hollywood producer; "Rum Punch", in which a bail bondsman getting on in years joins forces with an airline stewardess to get the better of both cops and criminals; "Out of Sight", in which a deputy U.
Bryant's suit claims West and his business associate David Wells, a bail bondsman referred to as West's "crony" in the filing, stole more than $200,000 from Bryant by instructing endorsement companies to pay them directly instead of Bryant.
Sir Trevor also meets bail bondsman Jon Foster, who often fears for his own safety, especially since it's legal to carry a gun.
Trevor also meets veteran bail bondsman Jon Foster, a man who knows pretty much everything about Nevada's wild side of life and often fears for his own safety.