Darius Ewing, the man accused of setting Justice the Dog on fire, is trying to have his bond reduced. His hearing has been rescheduled.
At a hearing Friday, Judge Young Kim also ordered Hurd to surrender his passport and any firearms. Hurd must pay all of the $100,000 to be released.
The attorney for LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson and teammate Joshua Johns says they have turned themselves in and been released on $5,000 bond each.
A law firm will be appointed to collect about $35 million in forfeited bonds owed to Dallas County. DA Craig Watkins said Wednesday a law firm, to be selected later, will get to keep 25 percent of the amount collected.
A father and son have been accused of a killing at the family’s Dallas bail bond company in a dispute with a business partner.
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