The True Relationship Among Prosecutors, Defendants, Law Enforcement, Defense Attorneys, and Bail Bondsman
This book is a guide for persons to understand how persons working within the criminal justice system in the United States become corrupt. It is the failure of the persons, not the system, which dictates the results of all interaction when a person is arrested. Greed is the moral downfall of the participants in the criminal justice system. The system has been called incestuous, which determined the title of this book.
After over 25 years as a private investigator, and also becoming a bail bond agent, J.B. Simms has an insight into the criminal justice system which others see, but are afraid to admit and publish. Simms outlines the purpose of each member of the criminal justice family: prosecutor, defendant, law enforcement, defense attorney, and the bail bondsman. Court cases are revealed for the reader, exposing not only the fact that members of the “family” commit some illegal and immoral acts, but that these acts are almost totally ignored by the courts, and none of the family members fear being held accountable.
The illegal and immoral acts, by themselves, and the collusion with other family members resulting in organized blackmail, cause great harm to the perception of our legal system, and there is always a victim. The victim can be a defendant, but sometimes the defendant is part of the game-playing which the family is involved. Another person subjected to the immoral acts of family members is the victim of the acts of the defendant.
This book is outlined with attention to each family member, and their relation to one another. The reader will see 105 endnotes, derived from almost 40 references. As one attorney said, “This book is well researched.” Another said, “I wish I had this book during my first year of law school.”
This is not simply a book of opinions of J.B. Simms. A wide range of experts are cited.
The reader will have an eye-opening experience by reading this book.
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