Posts Tagged ‘bail reform’
Bail Agents Promote Best Practices Within the Industry and Present Themselves in a Professional Manner.
With a lot of talk nationwide about the concept of “bail reform” the idea of a professional surety standing as accountable for the appearance of the accused has come under increased scrutiny. The practice of “money bail” as its being painted in the media as one of the greedy bail bondsman preying upon an unsuspecting…Read More
PTRS (Pretrial Release Service) and the role of community
A big issue has been made of late in the area of bail reform. A lot of time has been spent arguing about the merits of the current cash bail system in the United States as well as its deficiencies. The main bone of contention seems to be that the system is unfair to the…Read More
Citizen’s Need Educated On Bail Reform – I’ll Take the Monkey Before the Machine
There’s much talk on a state and national level about the need for a reform for the United States bail bond system of monetary incentive to guarantee appearance. As it stands now, generally when someone stands accused of the crime they are given a fixed amount of cash to be posted to the court in…Read More