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By Mike "Darkside" Beakley,Pam Phree

Petite and feisty, Pam Phree, founding father of Phree Bail Bonds, is without doubt one of the first girl bail bonds brokers in a male ruled box, partnered with Mike Beakley, an insightful, quick-witted, former narcotics officer, bounty hunter they tackle the underground global of prostitution, drug buyers, AIDS, equipped crime and homicide whereas struggling with to make adjustments and dispelling the myths concerning the bail bond in Betrayal, homicide and Greed: the genuine tale of a Bounty Hunter and a Bail Bond Agent.

Truth and truth are extra scary and interesting than fiction. Betrayal, homicide and Greed is edgy and poignant; authors Phree and Beakley disclose the murky someday corrupt global of the bail bond in addition to revealing the brave vigilante motion of these who struggle opposed to evil. go back and forth along them, as they hit the streets and set approximately catching their marks. examine with them the well-known “Robin Hood” case, the place a sought after fugitive sought to emulate the...

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Today, when someone’s arrested, the jail computer automatically sets a bail based on the charge. Courts rationalized that if defendants had to post their own bails at the jail, which would be returned by the court after the case was completed, defendants would return to court, if nothing else, to get their money back. “So, today, after arrest, defendants have three choices: They can post their own bails at the jail, they can stay in jail until they see a judge who may release them on personal recognizance, known as a ‘PR’—their own promise to return to court—or they can call a bail bond agent, who’ll post the money for them for a ten percent fee.

Fortunately, my co-worker, fellow bond agent and Joey’s close, personal friend caught his arm in mid-air and spoke in soothing tones to calm him down. A few moments later, a young woman walked into the bar. Joey got up and started running. Before any of us could react, he tackled the woman and pinned her down on the floor. After handcuffing her, he led her to the door then yelled for me to help him. “Drive my van to the office and park it there,” he ordered. ” I nodded okay. Joey took off with the woman in tow who was screaming and hurling obscenities.

Roberto agreed to snitch on who gave him drugs and the missile and to give information on organized crime in exchange for his freedom, so they let him go. Since he hadn’t been jailed, he wasn’t produced in court and Von Wahlde, a prosecutor who gives bonding companies such a hard time, refused to let Gary off the hook. We view Von Wahlde as a ‘by the book’ kind of guy. There are no shades of gray with him. He sees only black and white. According to him, the bondsman has to produce the defendant in court or book him into jail to get off the bond.

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