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Bail reform advocates are like a broken record, playing the same old song repeatedly. The tune is predictable. The American judicial system is evil because most states allow the use of cash bail. The cash bail system – a source of income for thousands of law-abiding, hard-working Americans – means a court decides how much money a defendant must pay to be released from jail. But for states that have outlawed the practice, the jukebox has started...

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Chess Pieces Checkmate

The big push nationwide for several years has been for state legislatures to pass bail bonds laws to reform the system, with a particular focus on eliminating “cash bail” for minor offenses. In Colorado, it looks like this. Defendants charged with being in a public park after hours (hmm, why would someone be in park after hours?) or walking their dog without a leash are now allowed to stroll out of court without dropping a single dime in the ti...

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Here’s what makes good Swiss Cheese: A medium-hard texture, pale yellow skin, a sweet and nut-like flavor, little holes throughout. But when you make a sandwich, the holes can be problematic – condiments and toppings sometimes penetrate, infusing bread with less-than-appealing flavors and moisture. Think of them as lunchtime “loopholes.” Now, imagine bail bonding reform the same way – characteristics that seemed appealing now fall apart thank...

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Crowd of citizens devoted to repealing New York's latest bail reform bill gathered around man giving speech

By their very nature, a bail bondsman or bondswoman isn’t shy. No nonsense and straight shooters are good descriptions of our personality types. Now, as for bail recovery agents – aka the Dog the Bounty Hunters of the world – those folks are more outgoing and aggressive! But we’re also united behind the concept that the bail bonding industry provides some measure of good within the criminal justice system, and, by extension, for our great count...

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Colorado State Capitol Building in Denver, Colorado

Here’s a quick summary of how bail bonds work: Bail is a sum a defendant, or family member or friend, gives to be released from custody. Bond is a payment from another person — a bondsman, usually — who submits payment on a defendant’s behalf in exchange for release. This is how it’s worked for a long time, but there’s pushback to change the system – to basically empty prisons of the oppressed, innocent, and poor who are victimized.

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New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo looking serious as he makes a public statement

One of the most annoying aspects of the whole bail bonds reform discussion are accusations the industry is a huge cash cow and takes advantage of the poor and innocent! Not true. Maybe collectively the industry is killing it, but the average bondsman? Not so much. According to Bail Yes and Career Bliss, average salaries range from about $25,000 annually to a little over $55,000. Of course, just like any line of work, there is a percentage of fo...

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Businessman slipping hundred dollar bills into breastpocket of expensive suit

If you keep up with the news you have no doubt heard and read plenty about the issue of bail reform. Typically you get a one-sided view of the topic that tows the so-called ‘progressive’ line about the many benefits of eliminating bail bonds. That general argument goes something like this: once the ‘travesty’ of bail is eliminated rich and poor, black and white will all finally be equal before the law. Everyone will then benefit because, afte...

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