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In television and film, bail bondsmen seldom get even walk-on parts, but in real-life, high-profile New York bondsman Ira Judelson grabs headlines—and the biggest clients. Among the accused that he has helped excuse are IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn; Manhattan Kristin Davis; football stars Plaxico Burress and Lawrence Taylor, and rapper Lil' Wayne. His clients might hide from cameramen and reporters after their arrests, but Judelson doesn't. In this revelatory autobiography, he exposes new dimensions of the criminal justice process and takes us where CSI shows dare not go. A lively, fast-paced first-person account.