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  • Yes, Allen admitted calling the bail-bond company.

    Every Breath You Take

  • A solo practitioner, Mikey had gone to Suffolk Law at night, while he worked at a bail-bond office.

    Excerpt: Union Atlantic by Adam Haslett

  • George Zouvelos, a bail agent in New York City who is president of the state's bail-bond trade group, said he is assigning more liens on bank accounts, stock and bond holdings and fine paintings.

    Underwater and in the Tank

  • Those who can't afford to post bail themselves enlist the help of a bail-bond agent, who typically guarantees the bail and charges a fee, usually around 10% of the total bail.

    Underwater and in the Tank

  • As a result, a dozen bail-bond agents refused to take Mr. Romero's case.

    Underwater and in the Tank

  • Worried that American homes are too heavily leveraged, bail-bond agents are turning away from residential real estate in weak markets.

    Underwater and in the Tank

  • He was suspected of being way too cozy with Louis and Lori Marcotte, a pair of siblings who had monopolized the lucrative bail-bond business on the West Bank, and he was one of the local judges investigated in Operation Wrinkled Robe, a wide-ranging FBI investigation into corruption at the Jefferson Parish courthouse.

    Impeachment trial starts for New Orleans federal judge accused of corruption

  • Set in the backwoods of Missouri, a teenage girl Jennifer Lawrence must find her drug dealing father, who has put up, as a bail-bond, the modest family home where she is raising her young siblings.

    Sebastian Doggart: Sundancing Into the Apocalypse

  • We reached hipster grifter Kari Ferrell's Salt Lake City bail-bond agent — who has been working on the Kari Ferrell, a.k.a. the Hipster Grifter, case since last June — this afternoon, and agreed to grant anonymity because the agent had safety concerns (bail-bond agents are not exactly popular with a certain demographic that is demonstrably prone to crime, after all).

    Meet Hipster Grifter Kari Ferrell's Salt Lake City Bail-Bond Agent!

  • His grandmother started the family bail-bond business in the 1940s; father Mark Herman spent the '70s and' 80s rescuing stars like Ike Turner from the slammer.

    Bringing The Loot 24/7

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