bondsman


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one who posts bond

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a male slave

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someone who signs a bond as surety for someone else

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a male bound to serve without wages

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However after spending 5 hours in jail, she was out after a bondsman posted $75,000 bail.
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.
He helped me find a bail bondsman, and I posted bail for $1,500.
Local bail bondsman, Eric Arps has opened Lucky Bail Bonds with a 900-square-foot office at 98 Central Ave.
The article also argues that this reading explains Hegel's emphasis on the figure of the bondsman in "Lordship and Bondage.
Glass ruled Simpson, 60, had violated the terms of bail set in November at $125,000 (BD47,250) when he left a profanity laced telephone message for one of his co-defendants with his bail bondsman.
A pal said: "His sis told him to take a hike so his buddies had to call in a bail bondsman.
Court clerk Elana Pitaro said: "He's in the custody of his bail bondsman right now.
Considering all we've been privy to about the existence of them dirty birds precariously perched in Atlanta, and the abundant optimism about an NFL franchise coming to the greater LosAngeles area by the year 2030, plus the satisfaction of boogie boarding off Hermosa Beach versus the dread of finding a bail bondsman in Georgia who isn't preoccupied with distilling something in his bathtub, what could possibly lure Pete Carroll off the USC sidelines and into a crash course in falconry training?
BEST OF SEASON 2 represents reality TV personality Dog's personally selected eight favorite episodes from his second season and provides more powerful stories from the chronicles of Hawaiian bail bondsman family man Dog's experiences.
He explains the social impact of having three English languages, the choice of which determined the text's social register, describes the nature of the physical texts and manuscripts, including the role of the scribe, and defines how literature described and defined the bondsman and the freeman.
FBI agents Ray Liotta (right), Andy Garcia and Ryan Reynolds try to protect him against a host of assassins, and bail bondsman Ben Affleck.
As the story opens, Haller is talking with Fernando Valenzuela--"the bail bondsman, not the baseball player"--who regularly steers clients to him for a fee (which arrives every Christmas, in an emptied Planters peanut can ).
He's made his bones as a bail bondsman in Denver, Colorado, chasing fugitives when he must.