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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A bail bondsman is always available to assist with the bail bond process and answer any questions.
Dionicio has been a licensed bondsman for 15 years, owning and operating Amigo Bail Bonds in Tulsa.
SKIPPING BAIL: If the suspect makes all court appearances, the money is returned and the bondsman keeps the 10 percent fee.
Not all defendants bailed by a bondsman need to put up collateral beyond a nonrefundable fee, meaning that once they are out on bond, money is not a factor for them in determining whether to return to court.
Connelly is out on $50,000 bail, which was posted by a bondsman Monday, court records show.
She said the Virginia Code currently is "very beneficial" for the bondsman.<br />"They can almost never be forced to forfeit cash," Paner said.
The Missouri Supreme Court made new administrative law June 12 in its opinion about a bail-bond agent's license, clarifying what litigants must do before taking certain disputes with state and municipal agencies to the courts.<br />The bondsman, Bryan Travis Robison, obtained his license in 2007.
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.
In most states, you or your loved one may pay a bondsman a percentage of the bail, a premium--generally set at around 10 percent--as a non-refundable fee.
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.
He's on the hook for the $10,000 his family agreed to pay the bail bondsman who got him out of jail two days after his arrest.
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.S.
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.