bail bond

  1. (criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial
    the judge set bail at $10,000
    a $10,000 bond was furnished by an alderman
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How To Use bail bond In A Sentence

  • The bail bond business had always attracted people who should have been in cells themselves.
  • Most private investigators, bail bondsmen and skip tracers have access to these.
  • Yet another was convicted for demanding a 5 % pay-off on all bail bonds paid at the jail.
  • My current foster parents, Bruce and Casey Sanderson, were both bail bondsmen, which meant they put up the bail money so defendants could avoid jail time until their court appearance. Darkness Becomes Her
  • A Columbia University graduate, Rodriguez fell into bail bonds when he was looking to augment his salary from his printing business.
  • He was a bouncer at a bar, a bail bondsman, a used car salesman known as ‘Tall Paul,’ and a chemical salesman.
  • He starred along with J.T. Terlesky (later calling himself John) as college students looking for some extra income and excitement by hiring themselves out as legmen to a bail bondsman played for two episodes by Don Calfa and after that by Claude Akins.
  • One for the Money by Janet Evanovich: Evanovich found her voice from the very beginning with the tough but charming Trenton bail bondswoman Stephanie Plum. An Books Blog featuring news, reviews, interviews and guest author blogs.
  • And I suspect that it is money that has motivated Vollmann to include the bail bond chapter in The Royal Family.
  • Apart from local government offices and lawyers, the area is more notable for bail bondsmen, thrift shops and old houses.
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