For everyone from the banker who’s had one drink too many to the career criminal, the presumption of innocence is one of the pillars of our legal system. This means that anyone facing trial, for any reason whatsoever, has the right to bail. While the U.S. Constitution sees liberty as the natural condition for humans, in practice, large numbers of people are incarcerated without having been convicted. For a bail bondsman, what matters is not why do you need bail, but that you have a constitutional right to bail.
Who gets arrested?
Most people think if can’t happen to them, but a surprisingly large number of people in the U.S. find themselves under arrest at some point in their lives. In fact researchers have found that more than half, or 52% of all American men will have Continue reading