The Bail System - CJS/2 5 The Bail System Sheila Blancas 0 Dave Ross Instruct or A Day in a Bailiff Shoes A bailiff(from Late Latin baiulivus

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4/12/11 CJS/2 5 The Bail System Sheila Blancas 9/3/201 0 Dave Ross Instruct or
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4/12/11 A Day in a Bailiff Shoes A bailiff (from Late Latin baiulivus, adjectival form of baiulus) is a governor or custodian (cf. bail); a legal officer to whom some degree of authority, care or jurisdiction is committed. Bailiffs are of various kinds and their offices and duties vary greatly.
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4/12/11 ROR and Bounty Hunting Bounty Hunters Released on their own recognizance (ROR ), A condition under which an individual is released in lieu of bail, i.e., upon his or her promise to appear and answer a criminal charge. See, e.g., 18 U.S.C. §3142(b). Bail is intended to assure the defendant's appearance when required by the trial court. Bounty hunting, and bounty hunters, are legal in only two nations: the United States and the Republic of the Philippines.[1] Other countries do not have bounty hunters; they use only standard law enforcement agencies to recover suspects. And I do not mean Dog the Bounty Hunter.
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course CJ 220 taught by Professor Davidross during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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The Bail System - CJS/2 5 The Bail System Sheila Blancas 0 Dave Ross Instruct or A Day in a Bailiff Shoes A bailiff(from Late Latin baiulivus

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