Dealing with the criminal justice system has its realities. It’s true that there’s a higher likelihood that people who work in companies that are connected with the criminal justice system (outside … [Read more...] about What Makes for a Good Bail Bondsman?
In New Jersey, a sort of Kafkaesque nightmare has arisen for those who worked in the bail bonds industry before the state passed money bail "reform" in 2017. You see, these bail bondsmen can no longer … [Read more...] about Heavy Handedness in the Bail Reform World
Boba Fett, best bounty hunter of all time? Sure, he's a fictional character...but, really, is this even a contest? Mandalorian armor? Check. Deadly weapons? Check. Strong, silent type? Check. OK … [Read more...] about Boba Fett – The Best Bounty Hunter of All Time?
OK...maybe we're overstating this, but bear with us. There is speculation that the bail bondsman/bounty hunter as a staple of American cinema and television is naught but a fading memory. This after … [Read more...] about Bail Woven Into the Fabric of the American Essence
Most people understand what bail is - the money that the court system requires someone who has been arrested to provide in order to secure their release. The amount of bail is determined by a judge, … [Read more...] about Bail Vs. Bond
If only there was no crime, there would be no need for the criminal justice system and all the dangerous, ugly and uncomfortable realities that it produces. But wishing for something doesn’t make it … [Read more...] about Top 5 Reasons Bail Reform is Bad for U.S. Taxpayers