Posts Tagged ‘criminal justice’

Bail Bonds Part II – Is The Business Doomed?

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

I wrote recently that what I learned about bail bonds companies made me appreciate them, at least from my capitalistic “that’s an interesting and possibly profitable way to make money” perspective. That doesn’t mean I’m deaf to other arguments, against the industry. Those arguments have gotten louder recently, to the point that bail bonds businesses […]

Bail Bonds Part 1 - The Business

Bail Bonds Part 1 – The Business

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

Like all of my favorite finance topics, this one was inspired by my daughter’s question, as we slowly drove in the car past the county correctional facility: “Daddy, what are bail bonds?” Prior to her question, my knowledge of the industry came from watching Robert DeNiro in Midnight Run. Fun movie. I tried to answer […]