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September 2019
Bail BondsmanA bail bondsman is an agent for an insurance company who specializes in providing bail bonds for people charged with crimes. By posting bail, the bail bondman guarantees to the court that the defendant will appear in court each and every time the judge requires them to. Bail bondsmen are usually found close to the local courthouse and jail. If a bail bondsman has reason to believe a person he bailed out is about to flee, he may revoke the bond and surrender his client to jail.If the...
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These are the real reviews our customers leave on Google. We are thankful for it. Our hope is that it will provide you with better scope of our work. Manny answered the call in a very polite manner. I informed him that transportation was an issue for me, and he informed me that I can do co-signer paperwork online! Which was great! He was very informative, and kept me updated throughout the entire process. I gotta say this man is good at what he does. Thank you Manny, great work! Also, thank...
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August 2019
It’s a long list, but let’s look at some people in sports who went to jail at some point and needed a bail bond to get out.Cecil Collins admitted that he broke into the home of a married woman that he knew from the gym, but said he only wanted to watch her sleep. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.Will Allen, arrested and charged with running a $35 million Ponzi scheme. The scheme allegedly involved giving loans to professional athletes. Sentenced to 6 years in prison and ordered...
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Affidavit: A written statement given voluntarily under oath before a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths. Arraignment: The first appearance of the criminal defendant before a judge to address the charges he/she has been accused of. The judge will set or deny bail at this stage. Bail-jumping: The criminal offense of defaulting on one’s bail Bailee: A person who receives personal property from another as a bailment Bailer/bail agent/bail bondsma...
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They come together as one phrase, Bail Bonds, but there is more to it to explore. It’s something people are curious about only after they, or someone close to them, lands in jail, waiting to get in front of the judge. The judge will set up terms and conditions for the person in jail, because, in most cases, for people waiting for the trial date, after the arrest, they could actually wait at home, and make sure that they show up in court when needed. In some cases this will be refused ...
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July 2019
AAA Atlas Bail is your top-notch bail bond agency in Dallas-Fort Worth area. We are open 24 hours, and ready to help or find a financial arrangement that will help get your dearest out of jail. Our staff is ready to talk on the phone and directly in the office. We will go over the paperwork with you and advise on all the details in the contract. We’ve been in this business for so long that we can estimate, fairly accurately, times and dates for release, court appearance, and many othe...
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To better understand how bail bonds work in Texas, it’s important to know that upon arrest anywhere in the state of Texas, a person is usually processed at the local county jail, and you cannot contact a bail bondsman until your mugshot and fingerprints have been taken. Your information is then entered into the system and a bail amount is set for your release. The wait to be released is longer in county jails, as opposed to local police stations, because there are many more defendants...
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Dallas County may change the way it calculates cash amount needed for bail. Wit all other news across the industry pointing at possible changes, it is important to notate how it may possibly work out for everybody.  What the most new systems may apply is a combination of technology and analysis in order to process a risk assessment. The new approach may help judges apply cash bail amounts based on data available.  Here’s more info on it, directly from Dallas Morning New...
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Bail bonds industry tends to tickle the imagination of Hollywood producers. It is quite often in the news once somebody famous has been arrested. Bounty hunters like Dog the, well, bounty hunter, who tends to hunt in somewhat limited island area, got their own shows. Even the style of bounty hunting has been replicated to other shows about different industries, like car repossessions. Who can forget timeless classic like Operation Repo with car chases, car crashes and plain arguing between famil...
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June 2019
Beth Chapman, the better half of the TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter passed away recently. Many fans will remember Beth and her appearances on the show. The TV show was, in part, and extension of her life in bail bond business. Reality TV could not capture all the details of her life and family, also mostly in bail bond business.While sharing details of her work on TV and online, in personal life she was also dedicated to the bail bond industry. In 2016 she ran for and won the position of Presiden...
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