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2909 Tulane Avenue, , New Orleans, LA, 70119 map View Larger Map

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665 South Dupre St, , New Orleans, LA, 70119 map View Larger Map

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326 South Broad Street, , New Orleans, LA, 70119 map View Larger Map NEW ORLEANS

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Bail News

New Orleans judge has 'substantial' conflict of interest in setting bonds, federal court finds The Advocate
The New Orleans judges' responses to the two rulings ... But he promised to mend his ways by ending automatic bail minimums and by inquiring into a defendant’s ability to pay for a bond. Fallon said C...
Federal Judges Order New Orleans Courts to Stop Shaking Down Citizens with Fees, High Bail Reason
The Orleans Parish criminal court gets more than half of the revenue for its general fund from fines and from a 3 percent fee it collects from bail bonds. Judges thus stand to benefit from the fines a...
2 federal judges find constitutional problem with debtors prisons and bail in New Orleans ABA Journal
Two federal judges have ruled against the constitutionality of court practices in New Orleans that had sent criminal defendants ... of poor defendants are violated when fees on surety bonds for bail h...
Court tells New Orleans judge to stop locking people up because they are poor ThinkProgress
That means that, if you are charged with a state crime in New Orleans, Cantrell will decide if you are entitled to bail, how much you must pay, and whether you must use a bail bondsman. Cantrell liter...
Federal Judge Declares Cash Bail Practice in New Orleans Unconstitutional
In the Orleans parish, the problem was that the Orleans judge not only set bail but also managed the Judicial Expense Fund, a portion of which comes from fees levied on commercial surety bonds. Judg...
New Orleans judges enter 'uncharted territory,' and budget peril, after federal court decisions The Advocate
New Orleans' judges have so far declined to comment on the rulings ... other than by taxing law-abiding citizens. Some in the bail bond industry also argue that the current bail system helps guarantee ...
In $2B bail bond industry, freedom comes at a price Tampa Bay Times
Most bail bond agents make it their business to get their clients to court. But when Ronald Egana showed up at the criminal courthouse in New Orleans, he was surprised to find that his bondsman wanted ...
Watchdog group accuses New Orleans bail companies of illegal overcharges WDSU
A watchdog group claims New Orleans bail companies routinely ... center said they found at least 21 bail companies that customarily charge criminal defendants a premium of 13 percent of the face value ...
Civil rights group’s lawsuit targets bail bond companies The Washington Times
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A civil rights group has filed a federal lawsuit against a New Orleans bail bond company and related businesses, alleging they violated federal lending and racketeering laws by char...
Study shows effect of bail, fines and fees on low-income New Orleans residents WDSU
THE STUDY FOUND THATPEOPLE PAID $9.2 MILLION TO GETOUT OF JAIL ON BOND.AND HOUSING THE PEOPLE WHOCOULDN'T PAY COST THE CITY $6.4 Study shows effect of bail, fines and fees on low-income New Orleans re...