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Bail enforcers track fugitives from the office

The rules of bounty hunting have changed since the Old West days, when the sheriff would round up a posse and promise a hefty bounty to the cowboy who brought a fugitive back dead or alive. These days, bringing back a fugitive dead could mean lawsuits and other serious legal ramifications for the captor, said modern-day bounty hunter and bondsman Ed Wilson. "If I do it right and do it professionally, then I can save myself from lawsuits and other trouble," he said.
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