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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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But merely after an hour, a bail bondsman deposited 20,000-dollar-bail, which is 10 percent of Lohan's 200,000 dollars bail.
The cops want to use her, Wacko Jacko wants to kill her, and tough guy bail bondsman Robert Forster (who earned an Oscar nomination for his role) is slowly falling in love with her.
Joe Von Waldner, bail bondsman and owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds, states, "In the rush of getting ready to leave for vacation, people often forget about protecting their homes from burglars.
The bond shall be provided via a bondsman approved by the Employer for a sum equal to 10% of the contract sum.
He also went to the police station for formal booking on the warrant, and visited a bail bondsman.
FBI criminal psychologist Taryn Miles (Liu) probes Domino about her connection to bail bondsman Claremont Williams III (Delroy Lindo), and the abduction of some college students.
And the filmmaker joked that he will have to pay for a bail bondsman - in case his hard partying stars get into trouble during the shoot.
Joe Von Waldner, bail bondsman and owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds, states, "I've launched my annual social media contest through our Facebook page which can be accessed at https://www.