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In Carter v. State, 139
So. 618, 620 (Miss. 1932), the Supreme Court of Mississippi
explained that bailbondsmen “may arrest their principal anywhere or
authorize another to do so.” See also United States v. Keiver, 56
F. 422, 426 (W.D. Wis. 1893) (“The bail have the custody of the
principal, and may take him at any time or in any place.”);
Fitzpatrick v. Williams, 46 F.2d 40, 41 (5th Cir. 1931) (“[T]he
right of a bail to arrest and surrender [his principal] . . . is a
private one and . . . there would seem to be no obstacle to its
exercise wherever the surety finds the principal.”
Unless it was a scam set up between the lawyer and the groom to con money from the bride. But for only $5K?
Castelan, 31, hired Allen in April when he was arrested for possession of a stolen firearm, tampering with a government document and possession of a controlled substance.