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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Scandals involving commercial bail--such as bondsmen extorting sexual favors in exchange for their services--have earned the system a reputation for being vulnerable to corruption.
Last year, for example, Utah lawmakers added a requirement that, to apply for a license, bondsmen must complete a course that covers many aspects of bonding.
The Ring Shout was a counter-clockwise, sacred circle dance that appears to have been done universally among African American bondsmen, and later among freedmen.
That's because Childs' categories are those below-the-radar ones where musicians without stylists and bail bondsmen (sounds like a support group) reside: jazz.
Three US bail bondsmen have been arrested by police in El Salvador at the airport.
As passed in the House, REAL ID would severely limit immigrants' access to drivers' licenses by imposing federal regulations; give the Secretary of Homeland Security the right to waive laws in order to build more fences along the borders; and empower bounty hunters and bail bondsmen to pursue, arrest, detain--or surrender--immigrants to the Department of Homeland Security if they are thought to be "flight risks.
Other examples of "dirty work" include bail bondsmen (Davis, 1984), nursing home attendants (Stannard, 1973, Allen, 2004), and law enforcement officers (Heinler, Kleiman, and Stenross, 1990).
To add insult to injury, no ball bondsmen would deal with him because the bail (at $400) was too small to be profitable.
We want to believe that a systematic effort existed to assist bondsmen in their quest for freedom.
United States prohibits bail bondsmen and their bounty hunters from arresting defendants who flee to another country.
Included in this trend are several types of organizations, including citizen and neighborhood crime watches, private security forces, bail bondsmen and privately run prisons and halfway houses.
African plants, writes Pollitzer, "enriched the soil of Carolina as bondsmen provided a botanical bond between two continents" (p.
The narrator concludes his survey with the "authentic narratives written by bondsmen who decided one afternoon to haul hips for the Mason-Dixon line.
The agency also forfeits nearly $30 million a year by not demanding the payment of fees that are collected by airlines from international travelers and by bail bondsmen in deportation cases.