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Bail News

Dallas County calling for changes to bail bond system fox4news.com
DALLAS - Dallas County commissioners are revisiting the county’s bail bond system after a federal judge declared the bail bond program in Harris County was unconstitutional. The purpose of the system is to ensure a person charged with a crime will show ...
'Lawless' intersection in Dallas seen on video, raises safety concerns WFAA-TV
“It’s a lack of manpower,” said Sgt. Mike Mata, president of the Dallas Police Association. “It all comes down to we need more cops.” Marquin Baker works at the bail bond business in the strip center at the corner. Karim Brookins works at the ...
Why Dallas County can set $150,000 bail for a $105 shoplifting charge — and how taxpayers lose Arts Guide Live
Like Dallas News' Facebook Page Angela Jessie was stuffing school uniforms ... Her stay was so long because she was held on a bond of $150,000 — far more than the value of all her worldly possessions. She could not afford the nonrefundable $15,000 ...
Fired Texas officer free on bail after arrest in connection to teen's shooting death ABC News
Roy Oliver turned himself in at the Parker County Jail in Weatherford, about 95 miles west of Dallas, according to ABC affiliate WFAA. He was later released after posting bail at the jail. His bond had been set at $300,000, WFAA reported. Balch Springs ...
Police officer free on bond in teen’s suburban Dallas death Los Angeles Daily News
was released after posting bail at the Parker County Jail in Weatherford, about 95 miles west of Dallas. Oliver’s bond had been set at $300,000. The warrant was issued based on evidence that suggested Oliver “intended to cause serious bodily injury and ...
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Dallas County’s ‘Junk’ Bus Bureaucracy Is Downgraded Again empowertexans.com
In the latest blow to Dallas’s problem-plagued bus bureaucracy ... is meeting Wednesday to authorize new taxpayer-backed bonds for restructuring part of its debt, an action it hopes may help bail out the near-insolvent agency. But not before Texas ...
Price's Ties to Bail Bond Industry Questioned NBC Dallas-Fort Worth 5
Veteran Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, the target of an FBI bribery investigation, is a power broker in the bail bond industry, according to numerous courthouse insiders. His connections to the bail bond industry are a topic among attorneys ...
Jordan Edwards:Texas officer who faces murder charge free on bail FOX News
Oliver, a former officer in the Dallas suburb of Balch Springs, was later released after posting bail at the Parker County Jail. His bond had been set at $300,000. The sheriff's office said in a statement the warrant was issued based on evidence that ...
Bail Bond Study Seeks to Predict No-Shows for Criminal Trials utdallas.edu
Private bail bond companies may have an edge when it comes to getting criminal defendants to show up for their court dates, according to a new study by UT Dallas criminologist Dr. Robert Morris, director of the Center for Crime and Justice Studies.