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Texas neurosurgeon charged with killing, maiming patients CBC
He has also filed for bankruptcy, McClung said. Prosecutors at the bail reduction hearing argued that Duntsch's bond should not be reduced because he could try to leave Dallas and seek a new medical licence outside of Texas, local media reported.
Bail bonding is a lucrative, largely unregulated, practice for some Dallas County attorneys Dallas News
Former Dallas attorney Steven Yu continued to write bail bonds even after his personal and professional life began to unravel. He was arrested for tampering with evidence in a killing. Clients complained he mishandled their money and legal affairs.
Ex-South Texas JP gets prison for extortion KCBD
Court documents show Rangel accepted a $250 bribe from Rodriguez in return for granting a $1,000 surety bail bond for a drunken-driving defendant ... Family, media view video of man's death in Dallas jail lobby Family, media view video of man's death ...
HCHP Bail Bonds is Now Coming to Dallas, Texas CBS Atlanta
Dallas, TX February 10, 2015 – HCHP Bail Bonds, a company known as providers of high quality bail bond services in Texas just announced that they will open a new agency in Dallas, Texas. The purpose of this move is to extend the services of the company ...
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.
Son Of Dallas Bail Bond Company Owner Charged In Murder CBS DFW
DALLAS (AP) – A father and son have been accused of a killing at the family’s Dallas bail bond company in a dispute with a business partner. James Beavers Jr. of Duncanville is the third person jailed Thursday on a capital murder charge over Monday’s ...
Cowboy Bail Bonds Nominated Best Bail Bonds Agency in Dallas For Fourth Year Running 48 News
This article was originally distributed via SproutNews. SproutNews, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. Cowboy Bail Bonds has received their fourth consecutive nomination for the Best Bail Bonds Agency in ...
Dallas County officials planned to investigate local attorney who offered bail bond service Dallas Morning News
A Dallas lawyer may have improperly advertised a bail bond service at his office near the main jail complex. The county’s bail bond board that regulates the business had contemplated investigating lawyer Raul Loya, whose office is located on Riverfront ...
RAILROADED: College Soccer Coach Seeks Justice Dallas Weekly
His bail was set at $75,000 cash over $150,000, which his lawyers disputed. The bail bondsman from Empire Bail Bonds was called in for questioning, even though the court had used the company in St. Lawrence County Judge Jerome Richards’ court many times.
John Wiley Price and the Broken Bail Bond Board Dallas Observer
The Dallas Morning News reported earlier this month that bail bondsmen — people who make money by posting bonds for prisoners so those prisoners can get out of jail — owe Dallas County $35 million, for all the times their clients have skipped their ...