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Bail News

Santa Fe man accused in 2 killings is denied bail Las Cruces Sun-News
SANTA FE - A judge has denied bail for a 54-year-old man charged with fatally shooting ... asked the court to set a $2 million cash bond. State District Judge Stephen Pfeffer said Anaya must remain in custody, considering his history of fleeing.
Head of bail bond firm is penalized $425,000 U-T San Diego
The deal Robert Spencer Douglass, 58, of Rancho Santa Fe ... bail bond license and bars him from engaging in activities related to bail bonds throughout the United States. Douglass has run several bail-bond operations statewide, including Aladdin Bail ...
Bail Bond Chief Takes Plea Deal Los Angeles Times
Robert Spencer Douglass of Rancho Santa Fe is barred from applying for a bail bond license or engaging in any bail bond-related activities throughout the United States. He pleaded guilty to 123 counts of illegal solicitation of bail bond business ...
TO BOND OR NOT TO BOND Santa Fe Reporter
Hun learned the father of her 5-year-old daughter had been arrested when a local bail bond agent called her. Hun’s former boyfriend, Guatemala-born Juan Carlos Trujillo-Santiago, had been arrested by Santa Fe police for resisting arrest and needed $150 ...
Bail Bond Firm Pleads Not Guilty to Paying Inmates Los Angeles Times
Riverside County prosecutors allege that Ray's Bail Bonds, owned by Robert Spencer Douglass, 57, of Rancho Santa Fe, paid more than 50 county jail inmates to help the firm increase business. From late 1999 to March 2001, prosecutors allege, Ray's Bail ...
Bail Out San Diego Reader
Among the more notable contributors, Rancho Santa Fe's Robert Spencer Douglass ... He also gave up his California bail bond license and was barred from doing bail business anywhere else in the country. Last Thursday, according to federal campaign ...
After 114 Years, It's Payday; Patience Is Rewarded Meagerly As Inflation Erodes 1881 Bonds New York Times
As it happens, the bonds are maturing after the company, now known as the Santa Fe Pacific Corporation ... amid muttering that at least one was bought largely to bail out bad investments by Baring, which played a powerful role in running the road from ...
Bond halved in toe-bite case ABQJournal
To make the $50,000 bond, Anaya could post 10 percent of that amount to a bail bondsman to get out of jail ... where she told police she moved from Santa Fe to get away from Anaya. She said she hadn’t documented her new address anywhere.
Some concerned about unsecured bonds KOAT 7
Some people in Santa Fe are worried violent, repeat criminals are getting out ... An unsecured bond, really is meaningless, says Gerald Madrid, who runs a bail bond company. There's nothing at stake, so why show up? Keep in mind, when people are ...