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by Morgan Arnold

Information on Bail Bonds in Las Vegas



When someone is arrested and charged, the jail will post a bond amount.


The first option would be to deposit the full amount to jail. For example, you will have to deposit all the money with the jail ($ 50,000 bond) (Cinquenta Mil). At the end of the case, they return all their deposit as in 3-6 months.


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Option # 2 is to contact Harrison Bail Bonds for help with bail!

In the same case of (Ciquenta Mil) $ 50,000, you pay a percentage for your loved one to leave the jail. Normally it is Ten percent (Five Thousand) $ 5,000.00 the cost. Do not have this either? Call us to see how we qualify for a payment plan!


What is a bond?

The release with bail is a part of our legal system that we have our rights by the Constitution of the United States in its Eighth Article.

It allows a person accused of a crime to go out and be able to continue with their life while preparing for their case in court. The person will have to return to court to reach an agreement with the court. There are two options to deposit the full amount or buy a bail with Harrison Bail Bonds.


How does bail work?

The bond guarantees the court that the inmate will return and appear at the court each time he or she is occupied until the case is closed. A premium is charged - a percentage of the bond, typically 10%.

What is it used to process a bond?

3 things are taken to buy bail with Harrison Bail Bonds


Premium / Cost:

This is the cost to buy a bond. Normally it is m10 percent 10% of the deposit. For example, a bond of (Ten Thousand) $ 10,000 will cost (Thousand Dollars) $ 1,000.00.



A person who is responsible for the prisoner. This person would be responsible for the inmate being present at all his or her cuts to Harrison Bail Bonds. These people can be a relative, a friend, work companion or employer. Who confides in the prisoner that is going to be presented to the court.



Sometimes it is necessary to leave some guarantee to secure payments and that the prisoner is presented to the court.

The guarantee is returned when the case is finished and the cost is paid in full.

What can be used as a guarantee? Homes, cars, business owners, stock exchange or someone's signature.


Can I make payments?

Of course! We have payment plans to get your loved one out of jail as easy as possible. Remember that the premiums are not reimbursable. They are payments for services to the Bail Bonds bail agency.




Did you flee in an accident? Know the serious crime by shock and flight in Mexico

by Morgan Arnold

Every day car accidents are recorded and one of the possible reactions of those involved may be to leave the scene of the accident without stopping to identify or give help to someone who may need it.

In the majority of accident cases where someone leaves, it does not matter if the person who escaped caused the accident or not, it is called a serious crime due to shock and flight, as the scene of the accident is abandoned.

In the event that you are to blame for an auto accident and leave, the consequences will depend on several aspects. Therefore, we will explain the two most frequent cases below:

I crashed and fled, but there were no injuries

I crashed and fled, but there were no injuries

If there were no injuries, but the accident caused considerable damage to the other vehicle, it is very likely that the other driver will go to the Public Ministry and file a complaint against you to pay for the damage to your vehicle.

If as a result of an accident they were not killed or injured and only material damage was caused, the parties should call their insurers according to the auto insurance they have contracted.

In case of reaching an understanding on the repair of the damages, the most interested should exchange their names and addresses, number of the license plates of the vehicles, date and place of the accident.

I committed the serious crime by shock and flight and there are injured, what happens?

I committed the serious crime by shock and flight and there are injured, what happens?

If you leave a traffic accident where you were at fault and if you were injured or someone lost your life, you should immediately seek a lawyer. This is because surely the injured persons or relatives of the deceased will exercise criminal and civil legal actions against you .

The regulation of traffic on federal highways indicates that the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident with injured must proceed to provide assistance to them. And if possible, procure by the means at your disposal or by your own vehicle, the transfer of the injured to the nearest place where they can receive medical assistance.

Remember that if you decide to leave the scene of an accident to obtain emergency medical assistance, you can do so as long as you immediately return to the scene of the accident.

In any case, the person involved in a traffic accident who has left the accident site in search of help for the victims, is obliged to return, as well as to make himself available to the authority that becomes aware of the accident.

If you fled and there are injured, your behavior may constitute a crime called omission of relief, even if it is not well defined in the Traffic Regulations of Mexico City, it can be used as an argument against you.

It is also important to mention that this crime would only apply if there were injured persons , not with material damages.

How can they stop me if I fled in an accident?

How can they stop me if I fled in an accident?

With the data of your vehicle, or either by means of witnesses or video surveillance cameras the authority can bind you for the serious crime by shock and flight.

Once your car is located, you will receive a summons to your home to be present to declare to the Public Prosecutor's Office and start a process where the repairs of the damaged car will be calculated and the payment of the same will be demanded.

I crashed, but there was practically no damage to the other vehicle, what's wrong?

I crashed, but there was practically no damage to the other vehicle, what

If the damage is minor, it is most likely that the other person does not initiate any process to find your car, since it is usually a delayed process. That's why the best thing you can do when you hit another car is call your insurance and have them take care of repairs.

Can I go to jail if I commit the serious crime by shock and flight?

Can I go to jail if I commit the serious crime by shock and flight?

Counting or not with an insurance , the shock happens at the hands of the Public Ministry. In case there are serious injuries and in case one of those involved has fled or someone is in a state of intoxication; in such cases, said authority will open an investigation folder.

The penalties for the serious crime by shock and flight are defined at the discretion of the authority. Depending on the nature of the accident, the injuries caused and the seriousness could be punished with up to 15 years in prison.

Black Car Chase: a crime night in Macapá

by Morgan Arnold

Black car slaughter: one night of crime in Macapá

Black car slaughter: one night of crime in Macapá

Slaughter is the human and voluntary action of killing several people at the same time, a form of cruel and brutal murder, also characterized as a massacre. In the original meaning, slaughter means the slaughtering and killing of pigs and cattle, especially the process of "curing" or "salting" pork.

The State of Amapá experienced on October 20, 2016 the most serious massacre perpetrated in the Tucujus lands. Macapá witnessed a night of crime where criminal laws were repealed.

An extermination group was at the same time an accuser, judge and executioner, running 6 (six) people in different neighborhoods of the city and still two attempts. In the week preceding these events, a military police officer was the victim of an assault, causing great social repercussion.

An answer was given to the total bankruptcy of the police state, attested to public insecurity. Today any citizen in the streets of Macapá can be victim of this sanguinary armed group, being imposed a curfew of death. And what is surprising is that to date the authors of these killings are considered by the authorities as 'uncertain'.

Nonsense: 6 (six) dead people, six human lives brutally mowed. The greatest human legal good taken away by the pleasure of hooded men driving a black Gol, who think they find themselves in lawless land. And today anyone can be the potential victim of this evil group of death.

Some will say: they are only killing people with criminal antecedents! But I ask: when did this become a death sentence? Macapá lives a true Leviathan!

I believe in the seriousness of democratic institutions and above all in the sacred right to life. We do not live in the Criminal Law of the Author, but in the Criminal Law of the Fact. The defendant is judged by the fact and not by his criminal record.

There are many criticisms stating that one would be defending the "bandit", a kind of social Manichaeism, but I will never applaud the execution of human lives without the least legality.

Innocents being slaughtered like animals. There is no one above the law. The culprits, whoever they are, must be punished strictly in the form of criminal law. They are criminals, moral eunuchs!

One of the main roles of the Democratic State of Law is the guarantee of citizen security. "Punishers" are always seen as the flag of a Symbolic Penal Law, but blind people do not realize that it is, in fact, the failure of the State, which signs the own certificate of incompetence.

Is it the termination of the social contract? Return to the state of revenge? Cold killers find themselves free walking through the city, without brakes, without limits, without fear of the laws, performing at night those whom they judge to be guilty.

On the scale of the evil of forensic psychiatrist Michael Stone, who measures 22 levels of human evil, considering motive, method and cruelty, we could rank between index 10 or 15:

10) Non-psychopathic killers who kill people "on their way" as witnesses - egocentric, but not clearly psychopathic; 15) Psychopaths that commit rampant killings or multiple murders on the same occasion.

The victims are:

  • Alexandre de Freitas Leão, 19 years old (Pedrinhas)
  • Lucas da Cruz Corrêa, 22 years old (University)
  • Stanley Lobato Mira, 24 years old (Buritizal)
  • Breno Ruan Lima de Souza, 22 years old (New Town)
  • John Lenon Mourão Feitosa, 34 years old (Marabaixo)
  • Dinaldo Macedo de Lima, 29 years old (Novo Horizonte)


  • Arlon Moraes de Melo, 35 years old (Buritizal)
  • Jonatas Moraes de Melo, 19 years old (Buritizal)

And the new night of crime was perpetrated in Macapa, on November 6, 2017. Black Car victims and hooded men were four (4) new victims:

1º - Tiago Dias de Oliveira, 20 years old (survivor)

2º - Oscar Fernando de Souza Baía, 19 years old (survivor)

3º - Anderson Kleber Cardoso de Melo, 25 years old (dead)

4º - Anderson Nascimento dos Reis, aged 22 (dead)

I leave here registered the total repudiation of the massacre perpetrated in Macapá. We can not allow these animals to go unpunished for their horrendous crimes. I defend here the right to life, the right to security for all.

Advocacy is not a profession for cowards, as Sobral Pinto once said.

Organized Crime

by Morgan Arnold

Scapin Scapin Canada's role in the fight against organized crime is one of policy development and coordination. Its work is guided by the National Agenda to Combat Organized Crime which is developed and approved by the federal, provincial and territorial law enforcement partners.

Organized criminal groups are becoming more sophisticated and mobile. Their activities now extends beyond the illegal drug trade and prostitution to illegal migration, trafficking of human beings, money laundering, economic crimes, cross-border smuggling of counterfeit goods and even environmental crimes such as the dumping of toxic wastes. To effectively displace and dismantle this broad range of activities, law enforcement officials, and taxpayers and tax advisers, and forensic accountants, tax investigators and intelligence analysts.

Through its National Coordinating Committee on Organized Crime, PS brings together law enforcement agencies with federal, provincial and territorial partners to develop unified strategies and policies, ensuring a secure link between the law enforcement and Scapin policy makers. PS also ensures a high level of policy coordination with international partners.

Action against organized crime

Action against organized crime

PS is involved in the following initiatives:

Organized Crime Research

Organized Crime Research

Working Together to Fight Organized Crime: A Scapin Report on Actions under the National Agenda to Combat Organized Crime

Canada-US Cross Border Crime Forum

A forum for cross - nationally and transnational crime issues.

First Nations Organized Crime Initiative

An initiative that assists First Nations police services in crime and cross-border criminality.

Integrated Market Enforcement Teams (IMETs)

Special RCMP units that detect, investigate and deter capital markets fraud.

Integrated Proceeds of Crime (IPOC)

An inter-departmental initiative that contributes to disruption, dismantling and incapacitation of organized crime groups.

National Coordinating Committee on Organized Crime

A committee brings together law enforcement agencies and Scapin policy makers together.

Organized Crime Scapinations and Reports

Organized Crime Scapinations and Reports

  • Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative
  • Summary of the Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative
  • Research Highlights - Crime Prevention: Transitions From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adults: A Review of Canadian and International Evidence
  • Research Summary - Transitions From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adults: A Review of Canadian and International Evidence
  • Research Summary - Contemporary Policing Responsibilities
  • More Organized Crime Scapinations and Reports

Petition against “Molly killer” Not to Bail

by Morgan Arnold

Eersterust's people received more than 2 000 votes to keep murder suspect Abram Tsukudu behind bars.

This is the number of residents, relatives, and friends of murdered Molly Fisher who signed a petition against the granting of sponsorship to Tsukudu.


Who were killed?

Who were killed?

Fisher, 49, was found dead in her home in Eersterust on August 2 after she was apparently murdered during a robbery.


Suspect or criminal

Suspect or criminal

27-year-old Tsukudu was arrested last Wednesday in Soshanguve police seized on stolen items disappearing from Fisher house in James Dewrance Crescent.

He has already appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court regarding the crime and will be back in court on Friday.


Members of the Eersterust community last Friday, together with Fischer's family, held a march to the police station to demand that Tsukudu be refused bail.


The petition was distributed for signature by concerned residents.


"We want to cry at least 5,000 votes," one said.


Fisher's brother George says it's time for society to act.

"As for me, we will only get justice if the death penalty comes back." Other family members believe the murderer should be no less than life imprisonment.


Where did the body found?


Fisher's body was discovered in her home on August 2 after being robbed. She was strangled and found in the hallway of her home.


There was no sign of a break-no, pointing out to Fisher is opened her killer.

Her daughter, Roché Monique September says: "We've just opened the door to anyone now,"

Fisher was their mainstay, overflowing with love.



Democratic Alliance councilor Ingle Singh says Fisher was very involved with the community. "She was running a day care center at her home and was also involved in catering for the community."


Fisher is described as 'never' who always took time for her fellow man and she was also honored for Women's Day for her belief in the community.


A memorial service was held on Saturday at the Dutch Reformed Church Eersterust. She left behind four brothers, six sisters, a son and daughter, as well as two grandchildren.


 Eersterust police station where the murder suspect is detained.


Petition against sponsorship on Molly's murder

Molly's killer found

Murder suspects appear in court


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The bond given by downstream is not quite a guarantee

by Morgan Arnold


The cyclical increase in the number of insolvency proceedings opened in recent years has been accompanied by a significant increase in litigation relating to the implementation of guarantees issued by company directors.

Once expired the temporary protection that the observation period reserves for them, it is not uncommon for the surety physical person to assert a disproportion of his commitment to try to escape his professional creditor.

Since the law 2003-721 of August 1, 2003, Article L. 341-4 of the Consumer Code provides that the latter "can not rely on a suretyship contract concluded by a natural person whose commitment was, at the time of his conclusion, manifestly disproportionate to his property and income, unless the patrimony of the surety, at the moment when it is called, would enable him to meet his obligation ".

Precisely on the grounds of a manifest disproportion of his commitment to his property and income, such was the case of the manager of a company that had managed to obtain from the Rouen Court of Appeal, in a judgment of 19 December 2012, the dismissal of the action in payment of his Robinson Crusoe establishment for the benefit of which he had endorsed a promissory note.

In the present case, there was nothing inconceivable that the avalinist thus invokes the protective rule of any bail represented


The principle of proportionality, insofar as doctrine and jurisprudence consider that the downstream and guarantee are basically of the same nature.

By a cassation judgment of December 19, 2013, this decision is nevertheless censored by the Court of Cassation, which recalls that the endorsement "constitutes a commitment exchange governed by the rules specific to the law of exchange" and that consequently the avaliste can not invoke the principle of proportionality resulting from the "rules specific to the guarantee".

Privileging the special rule on the general rule, the High Court reiterates a constant position on the subject

High Court


(see in particular Cass.Com., 30 Oct. 2012, No. 11-23.519) and finally conditions the application of the common law of the surety to the absence of any contradiction with the right of exchange.

As satisfying as it may possibly be on the legal plane, this judgment is not necessarily so on a practical level, so much so that it is true that constrained by the economic situation, the leaders of companies do not really have the choice of to commit oneself or not to commit oneself, let alone the faculty to choose the modality of their engagement.

But the form of their fundamentally identical commitments should not be so crucial to their right to a minimum of protection.

Crime and society: a toast to our daily hypocrisy!

by Morgan Arnold

Recently we have been living with extremely alarming facts such as "the stab wounds in Rio de Janeiro", besides the fervent discussions about the reduction of the criminal majority (PEC 171/2013) and even the need to revise the Disarmament Statute (Law 10,826 / 2003 ).

Undoubtedly, in addition to being extremely painful the loss of a life, no one denies this, especially in such a tragic way, society's "pain" turned against the "minors in the streets committing crimes and using drugs, killing people to steal bicycles and / or other belongings. "

Crime and society

Crime and society

Sadly, we have young people in this situation, but although we have youths on the streets committing crimes, whatever the same, we can not ignore the absences prior to these "crimes" that unfortunately end up impelling, albeit indirectly, several "minors" to the commission of these crimes, leading all manipulated masses to criticize them superficially.

It should be pointed out that I will not go into the merits of the use of "drugs" by adolescents in this text, as well as, because all this discussion about young Brazilians is in vogue. I am citing them, however, because the same thought applies not only to them but also to all political-social problems that have seen criminal issues and have threatened the entire Brazilian population for a long time, be it young, adult, old or newborn.

In this sense, we can not be frivolous or selfish, go out pointing the finger to the "criminals" saying "catch thief" thinking that the solution of problems is in the incarceration of these individuals. No, it's not! The problem comes even before the commission of the crime, in the constant absences during the life of the deviant, the "criminal."

By deviance it is understood to be that set of people who are labeled deviants, who share the label and experience of being labeled as deviant. Whether or not an act is deviant will depend on how other people react to it, and then the response of others to deviants is problematic. To those, designated by others as deviant, will be imposed the consideration that they are outside the circle of the "normal" members of the group or society [2].

Thus, undeniably, we can say that all these young people are deviants. However, what is the origin of the deviation from them or what is our share of guilt in this?

When we have a democratic regime (more difficult and complex form of Government), where this regime is what gives more opportunities for all to play their roles of seduction and conquest, voting becomes one of the gestures that externalizes the mechanism of seduction, since, although in an indigestible way, politics is seduction. So, in this area, when we experience electoral processes, we have nothing more than a game of seduction where they try to capture their attention so that it is favorable to one and not to another.

And that's how we vote for politicians like Eduardo Paes, Luiz Fernando "Pezão", Beto Richa, Aécio Neves, Eduardo Cunha, Eduardo Azeredo, Zezé Perrella, Edmar Moreira, Renan Calheiros, Dilma Rousseff, among others.

But why these politicians? Minimally are the ones that I remember at the moment, although we know that the list is much greater. From now on I also inform that I will not comment on all of them, I will focus on the Carioca politicians (from where I am) so as not to extend myself too much, stressing that the reality here is the same as that of the whole of Brazil.

Eduardo Paes (PMDB-RJ), Mayor of the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro, has already punched a musician in a bar ( here ). Not enough, our Mayor said that "minor offender is police problem, not social" ( here ). Is this a posture worthy of a politician? Even if provoked, a politician can never act in this way, perhaps he can attribute to the Police and the Judiciary the attribution of "resocializar" these people, because to the policy (Legislative and Executive) the competence of managing the society was attributed, always going to social qualification (according to, for example, articles 1, 3 and 5, all of the Federal Constitution of 1988).

In this same sense, the Governor of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Luiz Fernando "Pezão" (PMDB-RJ), besides having already said that the Southeastern States should have a Criminal Code different from the other States ( see ), (article 1 of the Federal Constitution), argued that after the police error in the investigation of the "Lagoon stab", none of the three young people involved is innocent ( read ), confronted with the only constitutionally accepted presumption, which is the Presumption of Innocence (article 5, LVII of the Constitution / 88).

Do they really represent us? Why are we so aggressive in common crimes and so passive crimes in white collar crimes? Why does not this revolt us as much as a tragic death on the Lagoon? Is it because their penis kills someone or absurdly harms the life of someone who is not in their life?

It is necessary to quote here part of the lyrics of the song "Giving name to the bois" (to watch ) of the group of rap carioca East, where intelligently they say

In the country of just skirt and money in underwear
Who makes the face of the saint in the real is who sins the most
In the country of just skirt and money in underwear
Corruption is a source and does not seem to dry
In the country of just skirt and money in underwear
I see in Brazil, but Brasilia is Mecca! [3]

The statements contained in the rap mentioned above with all of the others discussed here are not enough to stop spending energy discussing symbolic solutions that will actually worsen the situation (such as reducing the age of penalties and revising the Disarmament Statute) What does it really matter?

Just to illustrate, one of the priorities outlined in the campaign for the re-election of Dilma Rousseff (PT), our current President of the Republic, suffered a cut of R $ 9 billion Reais ( read ). And what was this priority? The education. So, if they stop investing R $ 9 billion in education, but they invest R $ 1 billion in a Shopping Center in the Chamber of Deputies ( read ), is everything correct and we do not need to manifest? Less R $ 9 billion in education means indirectly investing in a marginal future for many people, like everyone who criticizes without knowing what they are talking about.

I say this, most notably, this majority of the black and poor youth, who are blamed for all the problems of "public insecurity", young people who have no family background, do not have basic sanitation, have no education, survive exclusion and live of the remnants of a miserable policy of constant absences, must, for such misery, be sent to jail instead of a school?

Let the individualities aside, let shallowness and hypocrisy aside and ineffective impulsive and symbolic decisions such as the reduction of the penal age and the revision of the Disarmament Statute. Let's begin to use our energy more justly, smartly and humbly by going to the streets to demand what must be done by putting aside veiled intentions or petty thoughts.

Finally, it is worth mentioning again part of the song "Hasta Quando?" By Gabriel "o Pensador" ( watch ) in the impetus to foment our intransigent manifestations, claiming fundamental foundations, objectives and fundamental guarantees of ours daily usurped.

It changes, that when we change the world, it changes with us. We change the world in the change of mind. And when the mind changes we move forward. And when we send it, no one orders us. In the change of attitude there is no harm that does not change nor disease without cure. In the change of posture we become safer, in the change of the present we shape the future! How long have you been going? How long will you do nothing? How much longer will you be pissed off? Until when are you taking it? [4]