The Grand Rapids Press recently released an article that discusses various ways people can be released from jail, including: release on own recognizance, surety and cash bonds.
Dr. David Muhlhausen of the Heritage Foundation recently wrote an article on Pretrial Service Agencies’ use of Byrne JAG grants. The key question is why do other recipients of these grants need to provide tracking…
Eric Granof, Chief Marketing Officer for AIA, was recently interviewed in Alabama for the Michael Hartman Show. He discussed the bail bond profession and the ExpertBail Network.
See the excerpt written below by The St. Pete Times in regards to county officials deciding not to oppose limits on pretrial release.
The term ‘bail bondsmen’ is often associated with men with mullets and gold chains. However, a surprising fact not known to many people, women make up more than 50% of the bail bond industry.
After reading a recent article on a group of Kentucky judges demanding changes in pretrial release rules, Brian Nairin, Chief Executive Officer of AIA, decided to write a blog on the subject.
Jerry Watson, Chief Legal Officer for AIA, recently wrote a 4-part blog series on the failures of the Pretrial Justice Institute. Since then, Jerry has had questions asking why the bail bond industry and The Pretrial Justice Institute cannot get along.
ExpertBail and AIA’s Chief Executive Officer, Brian Nairin, shares his candid response to a recent zoning ordinance passed by the San Jose City Council that is treating bail agencies like pornography shops. See his blog posting below:
Click below to see a video highlight of AIA Agent, Chickie Leventhal’s second interview on 1400 KKZZ in Ventura County, CA . Chickie chats with Coach Tunick about the importance of ExpertBail and a bail agent’s integrity.
In Alamance County, North Carolina, magistrates determine bail bond amounts which are set to ensure a defendant will show up to their required court appearances.