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Barry Udoff is listed as the registered lobbyist for the bail bonds industry in Annapolis.He is also the president of the Maryland Bail Bond Association, an organization that lobbies the state legislature on behalf of the industryUdoff has worked for Fred W. Frank Bail Bonds at 214 E. Lexington St. in Baltimore.Fred W. Frank Bail Bonds
is also known as Lexington National Insurance Corp., the largest bail-bond company in Maryland.
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When Barry Udoff, president of the Maryland Bail Bond Association, and his wife, Leslie, were led behind a screen for their photo, she told the president he was gorgeous."He said, 'That's the nicest thing I've heard all day.' I told him I wasn't hitting on him or anything."
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Our support of youth athletics in Baltimore City is one of many ways we show that commitment," commented Barry Udoff, president of the MBBA."As small business owners, bail bondsmen support the health of our neighborhoods by boosting the economy and building safer neighborhoods by working in tandem with law enforcement.Our continued support in east Baltimore is yet another way for us to build a strong city, for today and the future."
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Baltimore City Paper: Lockdown (April 21 - April 27, 2004)
Bond Issues: Barry Udoff of Fred W. Frank Bail Bonds lobbied for a state bill that bail-reform advocates say will make Maryland's bail-bond industry more money at the expense of defendants.
It was Barry Udoff
of Fred W. Frank Bail Bonds at 214 E. Lexington St. in Baltimore.Fred W. Frank Bail Bonds is also known as Lexington National Insurance Corp., the largest bail-bond company in Maryland.Udoff is also the president of the Maryland Bail Bond Association, an organization that lobbies the state legislature on behalf of the industry. Udoff lobbied personally in favor of HB 1053, according to C. Carey Deeley Jr., a Towson lawyer and chairman of the Maryland Judiciary's Pretrial Release Project Advisory Committee.
did not return a call to his
office before press time.
"There is no question he has ...
"There is no question he has affected our business," company President Barry Udoff confirms.New Trend Development, related businesses, and Tillman Jr. associates have acquired nearly $10 million in Baltimore-area real-estate holdings since 2000, according to property records.Meanwhile, Tillman Jr.'s political clout has also grown, as measured by the thousands of dollars in donations from Four Aces and New Trend to local politicians since his release from prison.
Luna's career was cut short by his
death in Pennsylvania in early December 2003.His
body was found before dawn, drowned in a stream in Lancaster County, midway between Philadelphia and Harrisburg along the Pennsylvania Turnpike.He'd been stabbed dozens of times, though not deeply, and his
car sat idling close by.He
had last been seen late the night before at his
downtown Baltimore office.