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bail bondsman

(ˈbɒndzmən)
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(Law) law an individual or firm that lends bail money to defendants awaiting trial
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Their bail bondsmen will guide a client through the ins and outs of the bail bond process.
Bail bondsmen have become an integral part of the US criminal justice system in all but a few states.
marker of just how lucrative it is for bail bondsmen to extract money
In the new role, Bailey is to oversee a team responsible for regulatory oversight of domestic and foreign insurance companies, insurance producers, title agents, public adjusters and bail bondsmen operating in Maryland.
Langrock said he had a document from a California state agency that regulates bail bondsmen, but the judge was not satisfied.
While investigating these stories, I was told the Post-Dispatch's court reporter was on the take, accepting gifts of free TVs and the like from bail bondsmen.
There are payment plans, and families can work with bail bondsmen to get people out.
The largest annual gathering of bail bondsmen in the country--the convention of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States, or PBUS--was slotted between Dunkin' Donuts and Elk Camp 2013 at the Mirage Resort and Casino, a tall, shiny structure shaped like an open book and set against replicas of the Colosseum and Eiffel Tower on Las Vegas' Strip.
184) Bail bondsmen face considerable financial and physical risks.
He is a current member of the Professional Bail Agents of Colorado, past president of the Independent Bail Bondsmen Association and past board member sitting on the Colorado Bail Bond Board which was created though state legislation and under the jurisdiction of the Colorado Division of Insurance.
I think the reviews are actually helpful for bail bondsmen, attorneys, family membersaa lot of people, actually," said Miller, who said he has visited a total of five prisons and 17 jails in his career.
Representative Gregory Hughes (R), sponsor of the legislation, said it was a collaborative effort of legislators, law enforcement agencies and bail bondsmen.