You Arrested Me for What?
When someone is arrested, is it right to place that person on parole while he or she is awaiting trial? If someone cannot pay a fine, should that person’s driver’s license be suspended? Does Chesterfield really deserve the moniker Arrest-A-Field?
After seeing, first hand, how our criminal justice system affects people’s lives, Dan
Barto, a Virginia bail bondsman, calls into question some of Virginia’s criminal justice laws and policies. Using personal anecdotes and referenced facts, this book makes a case that some of our accepted methods of criminal justice are unjust. His observations and arguments of both heavy and light topics are presented in a clear and entertaining fashion.