Gevorkyan v. Judelson

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The Second Circuit certified to the Court of Appeals of the State of New York the following question: Whether an entity engaged in the “bail business,” as defined in NYIL 6801(a)(1), may retain its “premium or compensation,” as described in NYIL 6804(a), where a bond posted pursuant to NYCPL 520.20 is denied at a bail-sufficiency hearing conducted pursuant to NYCPL 520.30, and the criminal defendant that is the subject of the bond is never admitted to bail. The Court of Appeals answered in the negative and its conclusion was determinative of this appeal. Accordingly, the court reversed and remanded. View "Gevorkyan v. Judelson" on Justia Law

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