10) Horror stories about bail bonding often focus on the "wild west" mentality still dominant in the industry, the vigilantism, and the excess of bondsmen
who go to great lengths either to produce the fugitive defendant or to extract the money, and who are authorized to use lethal force to do so (Bauer 2014).
Hundreds of bondsmen
were here to learn the tricks of the trade.
that attorneys should refrain from acting as bondsmen
for their clients
Most people bailed out of jail by bondsmen
return to court without incident, but the few that put up a fight can present a very real danger to the men and women hired to bring fugitives back to justice.
Ozdemir was released without paying anything because of a practice known as "undercutting," where competition between bondsmen
drives them to offer lower rates and better deals on financing.
The sacred circle, in the form of the Ring Shout, was of supreme importance to bondsmen
, and they performed it in a variety of contexts including bondsmen
If at all possible, bail bondsmen
get a friend or family member to cosign the bond.
The bail bondsmen
described by Davis (1984) are one example.
We want to believe that a systematic effort existed to assist bondsmen
in their quest for freedom.
The producers have found a gaggle of New York bail bondsmen
who are rough and tough but willing to occasionally look at the bigger picture.
United States prohibits bail bondsmen
and their bounty hunters from arresting defendants who flee to another country.
The narrator concludes his survey with the "authentic narratives written by bondsmen
who decided one afternoon to haul hips for the Mason-Dixon line.