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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Sir Trevor also meets bail bondsman Jon Foster, who often fears for his own safety, especially since it's legal to carry a gun.
Meanwhile bail bondsman Jon talks about his dangerous line of work, and the temptations of all those casinos.
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.
com)-- 49th Street Bail Bonds recently added their newest licensed bail bondsman Val Paiva to their team.
The defence attorney is used to representing the dregs of society but he hits the jackpot when bail bondsman Val Valenzuela (John Leguizamo) recommends him as counsel for playboy estate agent Louis Roulet (Ryan Phillippe), who has been accused of assault and attempted murder.
Mathis said he made the determination after talking to Bland's family and to those who saw her last, including the bail bondsman, who was among the last to hear from her alive.
It's just another tool in the toolbox," says Gene Newman, a bail bondsman who claims credit for writing Mississippi's post-conviction bond bill, which passed the legislature in 2007.
com) announced that Vicki Carr and Latisha Clark has joined the Sly Bail Bond's family in the Cleveland office to further develop their experienced staff of Cleveland bail bondsman.
These latter included the lawyer and bail bondsman who were his best friends since their Baltimore high school days, and Julie, the younger mistress with whom he had cheated on his wife for several years as the story opens, which story encompasses a 35-year period.
Standing on the brink of financial ruin, Sandy resolves to hunt down Diana and drag her back to Denver to own up to her crimes but a tenacious bail bondsman is also in hot pursuit of the con woman.
He eventually holds Diana hostage and compels her to join him on a 3000-mile road trip back to Denver, with a tenacious bail bondsman (Robert Patrick) in hot pursuit.