High-adrenaline bounty-hunter industry operates with little oversight, despite concerns over training, tactics

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Bounty hunters nab people who skip their court dates and owe the company that posted their bail. These agents, with the right to force their way into homes, are only very lightly trained and regulated — and some have a history of violence.

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