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bondsman

n. 1) someone who sells bail bonds. 2) a surety (guarantor or insurance company who/which provides bonds for performance. (See: bail bond, bond, bail bondsman)

See: captive

bondsman

a person bound by bond to act as SURETY for another.
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Arps, who has been a bail bondsman for the past six years, said that Lucky Bail Bonds will offer better services because of his previous experience.
The team agree to become the stars of a new reality TV show produced by Mark Heiss (Walken), but in a bizarre turn find themselves tracking a gang of dangerous fugitives due to the machinations of their bail bondsman boss Claremont (Delroy Lindo).
President Thomas Jefferson condemned slavery but didn't believe whites and liberated blacks could live together in harmony: His cousin Richard Randolph and ninety blacks set out to prove him wrong, and built a bastion of freedom in his heritage to bondsman Hercules White and dozens of other slaves.
Part III examines the contractual relationship between a bail bondsman and a defendant, as well as the agency relationship between a bail bondsman and a bounty hunter, to show why bounty hunters have such unbridled power to arrest fugitives.
The similarity of appearance of master and slave, the greater opportunity of eventual freedom, and the social and economic position of the bondsman made slavery in Africa differ greatly from that which arose in the American South" (p.
The powers of a bondsman are really an anachronism in the law.
My daddy was a bail bondsman in Jackson, Mississippi, back in the thirties.
A bail bondsman sees many youths whose older brothers and siblings (escape bad environments).
The VisiTant Justice line of products will also have the ability to let the client send an email and text blast to a pre-populated database of law enforcement, bail bondsman, skip tracer and other related agencies involved in tracking down fugitives who have skipped on their court dates.
Joe VonWaldner, bail bondsman and owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds, states, "We are proud to be able to support our community through the Adopt a Mile program.
com) announced that Vicki Carr and Latisha Clark has joined the Sly Bail Bond's family in the Cleveland office to further develop their experienced staff of Cleveland bail bondsman.