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Barry Udoff

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Maryland-Bail-Bond-Association

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www.frederickgorilla.com

"It's not over yet, I'm sure," says Barry Udoff, chief lobbyist for the Maryland Bail Bonds Association, who favors simply allowing detainees to waive their right to counsel to get a speedy bail determination.
"[Frosh's proposal] will be back again next year. "[And] we feel they're not telling the truth about the cost," he adds.


www.mwmca.org [cached]

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.


wildside.citypaper.com [cached]

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.Udoff did not return a call to his office before press time.


cpsound.citypaper.com [cached]

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.Udoff did not return a call to his office before press time.


cpscene.citypaper.com [cached]

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.Udoff did not return a call to his office before press time.


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