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Making money: The bail bond business

from The New Yorker

In the broadest sense, the bail-bond business is simple. You get arrested for a crime: a robbery, for example. A judge sets your bail — the money you have to pay if you want to be released before your court date — at maybe $15,000. You get the money back if you show up at court when you're supposed to, and forfeit it if you don’t. more

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