The National Association of Fugitive Recovery Agents supports Federal Guidelines for the Industry and will submit it's recommendations to the United States Congress.
Washington, DC, United States, December 28, 2011 - (PressReleasePoint) - The National Association of Fugitive Recovery Agents, the professional association representing Fugitive Recovery Agents a/k/a Bail Enforcement Agents or Bounty hunters has signaled it's intention to support Federal Guidlines for the Industry.
Chuck Jordan, president of the Association said that "sporadic and inconsistent state laws often make it difficult for Fugitive Recovery Agents to ensure compliance. There are states such as Kentucky, Oregon, Wisconsin and Illinois that restrict the ability to recover a bail bond fugitive in contravention of the U.S. Supreme Court decision "Tailor v. Taintor" this Federal case law confirms the right of the Surety or their Agent to cross state lines in pursuit of a bail bond fugitive. However, no one in this industry has any desire to individually challenge those state laws or be a test case at their own peril and expense."
There are also some inconsistent state laws that improperly apply the UCEA (Uniform Criminal Extradition Act) to Fugitive Recovery Agents who are Private Agents as opposed to Government Law Enforcers.
The objective of the National Association is to create consistency throughout the country by clarifingy and modernizing the regulations in Federal statutes.
For more information please visit the National Association of Fugitive Recovery Agents website.
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