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Bail agents banned at Dakota County jail

Star Tribune 2012-06-18: When John Grant’s parents came to visit him at the Dakota County jail, they were immediately approached by bonding agents asking if they needed help in getting a loved one out by posting bail. The question was not only illegal, but ill-advised: These parents were there not to see an inmate, but […]

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Bail bonds proposal heads to the full House
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Bail bonds proposal heads to the full House

Bail bonds proposal heads to the full House – Crime/Safety – NewsObserver.comhttp://www.newsobserver.com/2012/06/13/2135116/bail-bonds-proposal-heads-to-the.htmlRALEIGH — A bill that would restrict government programs that allow some indigent defendants to be released from jail without posting a bond will now go to the full House for…

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A few thoughts on Skip Tracing, what it is, how to do it, and why it’s important for recovery of hard to find fugitives

When all people search efforts have been exhausted and results still don’t turn up well, a skiptrace is the next best thing to do. This is a very effective process which is used for very hard-to-locate individuals or those on the run or who don’t want to be found. The […]

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Court of appeals rules against county in bondsman fee case

The 2nd Court of Appeals has ruled against Denton County in a suit filed by Vic and Eydie Burgess concerning a $60 fee charged by county and district clerks every time they mail a notification to a bail bondsman that a client has failed to show up for court. That […]

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New Fugitive Recovery Show to Debut on Spike TV

Spike TV has picked up a new show called Full Bounty, which is a competition series featuring 12 aspiring bounty hunters who risk life and limb to chase down actual fugitives for their first time. According to Hollywood Reporter, Spike ordered 10 episodes of the series, which eliminates those who don’t catch […]

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Quaids’ Bail Bond Company Out $1 Million Judge Rules It Can’t Recoup Amount After Failing to Produce Couple
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Quaids’ Bail Bond Company Out $1 Million Judge Rules It Can’t Recoup Amount After Failing to Produce Couple

Quaids’ Bail Bond Company Out $1 Million The Santa Barbara Independenthttp://www.independent.com/news/2012/jan/07/quaids-bail-company-out-1-million/A judge rules it can’t recoup the amount after the company failed to produce the couple.

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Bail bondsman alleged to be ‘top dog’ for violent gang charged with attempted murder

Star Tribune 2011-07-07: A longtime Minneapolis bail bondsman alleged to be “top dog” of a ruthless criminal gang dubbed the “Beat Down Posse” has joined his son in jail, accused in charges filed last month of planning to kill a gang member who was suspected of snitching. A warrant issued June 24 charged JosephRobert “Big Joe” Gustafson Sr., […]

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West Haven murder-suicide leads to call for bail bond crackdown

HARTFORD – Shortly after his second arrest for domestic violence in four months, Selami Ozdemir was able to post $25,000 bail with no money down through a bondsman, and returned hours later to his West Haven home, where authorities say he shot his wife to death and then killed himself […]

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Bail set for alleged ‘Beat-Down Posse’ founder

Star Tribune 2011-02-26: A judge on Friday set bail at $750,000 for the alleged founder of north Minneapolis’ “Beat-Down Posse,” and the judge ruled that the defendant’s father’s bail bond business could not spring the accused racketeer from jail. Joseph Duane “Little Joe” Gustafson Jr., 36, appeared before Hennepin County District Judge Kerry Meyer wearing an orange jumpsuit with his hair in […]

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