Uhuh. You have yet to demonstrate she was not morally within the bounds of her contract. You have yet to show Bail bondsmen are "notoriously" quick on the trigger--for someone with their job. They actually seem to do far better than the police. Approving the dissolution of the bail bondmen profession is aggrandizing the state with competence and tasks which it manifestly does not have an at which it manifestly is not better.paperburn1 wrote:This is just how things work, people in the court system look out for each other. lawyers, Judges ,LEOs and bail bonds persons.TDPerk wrote:
What I see in you paperburn, is a continual pressure to centralize and aggrandize government power. This does not speak well of you.
Cops don't get speeding tickets, lawyers / prosecutors generally work out what is going to happen before they go in front of the Judge. The list goes on.
Bails bondsmen are notoriously quick on the trigger, they have the force of law behind them and they generally have the favor of the court because they provide a valuable service.
Doctors hang out with Doctors, cops hang out with cops, construction workers hang out with construction workers. you generally support the peer group your associated with, that's just being human 101.
Why would they try hard to convict her, she is a valuable member of her peer group? She was legally in the bound of her contract, just not morally.
The person she shot was not. What is legal and what is fair sometimes are very far apart
It was legal and fair for her to shoot him once he began to be violently non-compliant with her orders to submit to arrest.