Congressman Ted Poe (TX-02) introduced the H.R. 6016 Citizens Right to Know Act on September 13, 2016 that would require federally-funded bail programs to provide detailed information on the defendants released through any taxpayer-funded pretrial release program.
Every year seven PBT Board Director positions come up for election at the PBT Annual Membership meeting. Each October seven PBT Board of Director seats are elected by the membership to serve a two year term of office and to give their best for PBT business activities.
PBT is now accepting nominations for the 2016 awards. Award winners will be chosen by the PBT Executive Committee. Plaques will be presented in San Antonio during the Annual Convention at the Award’s Dinner, Thursday, October 20, 2016.
INDIANAPOLIS, March 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – – Indiana-based American Surety Company has filed with the Indiana Department of Insurance an 8 percent rate for its bail bond surety line.
But Griffis said he would also advocate for the Ector County Commissioners’ Court to act on a long-discussed plan to allow the county to act as a bonding entity, which would allow more inmates to bond out of jail but remain under county oversight, alleviating the jail population.
The bail industry, already under siege because of changes in the pretrial release system for people charged with crimes, says it will be in a fight for its economic life when the state Legislature convenes Tuesday.
On the 31st July, a man named Nolan Potter stole a bail bondsman’s car, driving it away at speeds of up to 115 miles per hour, before crashing it minutes later.
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