Tough Case for Bail Bonds Company

PCS Bail Bonds from Fort Worth, Texas is commenting on a case they were involved in. The controversial case involves a postal worker charged in the death of a dog.

Lawrence Brown, the dog’s owner, believes that his pet was injured and eventually died due to an encounter with postal worker Ricky Eugene Jackson. The owner of PCS Bail Bonds, Paul Schuder, commented on the case saying, “This is a difficult situation for both parties involved. Preventing dog bites is something the postal service takes seriously, as they need to ensure the safety of their workers at all times. On the other hand, consideration has to be taken into account as to whether the postal worker felt he was in a compromising situation.”

Fort Worth has a city ordinance stating that a dog is required to be “securely enclosed or confined to its owner’s yard by a physical fence.”

The postal worker turned himself in and later was released on $3,500 bond. PCS Bail Bonds has extensive experience in working with a wide variety of cases. They are well respected within the personnel involved in the court system and the law enforcement agencies.

Posted on July 1, 2014 at 10:00 AM