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Bail Bondsmen


Most bondsmen have their own businesses, and earnings vary according to how much time and effort is invested in the job. Another important factor influencing the earnings of bail bondsmen is the number of their clients who show up for their court dates. According to the National Center for Policy Analysis, a research institute in Dallas, 95 percent of a bondsman's clients must show up in court for the business to be successful.

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