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    around them as well. As part of the bail bond agreement, someone has to front the money and sign on the inmate’s behalf. This is usually left in the hands of a family member or significant other. I watched many stressed and worried family members come in and out of the bail bonds office on the behalf of their inmate. Some of who wasn’t able to financially take the risk, others who knew the risk of the inmate not holding up their end of the bargain. Once a bond agreement is set up it’s the offender’s job to make sure all payments are taken care of and that the bail bondsman be updated on any new information. If the offender fails to do so and the bail bondsman can’t get in touch with them, then a Fugitive Recovery Agent, also known as a bounty hunter gets called in. I realized a bail bondsman is just like a bank. As the sponsor of an offender you have to pay a small down payment to get them out. The bail bondsman then fronts the rest of the bond owed, which is in simple terms a loan. When the payments are no longer coming in this is considered a loss for the bail bondsman. In the event the inmate stops making payments this puts their sponsor in hot water as well. For the sponsors that was not willing to go along with the risk of being hassled, they left the job to another family member which made the inmate sit in jail longer. The issue of inmates not showing up to court was not always in the hands of the inmate. In some instances the inmate failure to show was because they…

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    Deckard’s fascination with real animals could almost be called an obsession, so much that he always carries a book around with him called Sydney’s Animal & Fowl that tells him the value of any animal he encounters. It is this strong fascination with real animals that he is almost fooled by the Rosen Association in accepting a bride in the form of owning, a supposedly real, owl but discovers after rejecting the bride that the owl is fake. It is apparent after Deckard’s meeting with the Rosen…

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    Have you ever listened to someone reading a book and absolutely loved the way the person seemingly animated hundreds of words on the page? This was exactly me while traveling to Ohio when I was approximately ten years old. My grandma was driving she and I to Ohio, we decided instead of changing the radio every 10 minutes we would listen to a book she had rented for our trip. She had many books that I could choose from so I chose one that would turn out to be one of my favorite series I have ever…

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    Bounty hunter Levi Owns glared at the wanted poster one last time before folding the heavy paper along its deep creases and sliding it into his vest pocket. He loaded the remaining supplies on the pack mule and turned back to his sister-in-law Rose. She rested one hand at her side and wrapped the other around a smooth handled shovel. “Sis wanted you to stay,” she said, her voice cracking. “Let the law handle that no-good land-grabber.” Few people challenged him, yet Rose rarely waved. The young…

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    San Francisco’s Top Bounty Hunter Shot Recent security footage from the San Francisco Police Department shows Dave Holden interviewing a mysterious man before getting shot in the chest with a laser gun. The man has not been identified as of yet, but Ann Marsten, secretary of Senior Officer Chief Garland, says that Holden was undergoing a personality test. The man appeared to be calm before suddenly reaching out for his weapon hidden below the table. After shooting three beams, he darted out of…

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    Spirit Club Experience

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    Since Hunter was a player on the football team I was left to man the crowd at home games myself. I always recruited some help but it was a tiring job running up and down the bleachers all night trying to direct the crowd to cheer. Due to our football team being extremely sub par football games made it hard to keep the fan section into it. Volleyball games were a different story, the team was good. Due to the great team we had it led to a great fan section. The fan section always got wild in the…

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    (2012)—directed by Quentin Tarantino—features the title hero, Django, a slave in Antebellum Texas two years prior to the start of the Civil War who suddenly finds himself a freeman after he is purchased by the former dentist turned bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz, who needs Django to identify his former slavers–the Brittle Brothers. Django’s talent inspires Schultz…

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    Kurapika had no idea how long he lay in Leorio’s arms, winded and trembly, listening to the soft whir of the ceiling fan overhead. It couldn’t possibly have been for more than a minute or two — and yet, to him, it was as if a probable eternity had passed, and in that eternity Leorio had shown him that there were stars lurking just behind his eyelids. Kurapika propped himself up on one elbow, a little alarmed by how tired he was, and raked his sweaty bangs off his face with a strengthless hand.…

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    Routine Subsistence Tasks Of The Neolithic

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    doing things. Another way would be to increase food productivity by farming more efficiently. Better preparation of the soil would help increase the yield of a crop, and deeper digging and turning of the soil is part of soil improvement. The digging stick developed into a hoe with a cutting edge, and the hoe evolved into a plough, which dug a deeper and continuous furrow. Even a simple plough was nearly impossible for one person to manage. Working a plough required two people, one to pull, and…

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    Whispers Estate Essay

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    people and ghost hunters personal paranormal encounters that are reserved for those kindred spirits that find intense hauntings a truly amazing experience. Built in 1899 as a family home for Dr. John and his wife, Jessie Gibbons. The doctor used the house as his office, working and operating his practice on the first floor, offering inquiring minds a unique and colorful history of life and death, making the Whispers Estate the perfect target where the walking dead are concerned. Once opened to…

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