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February 20, 2014 9:03 AM

Alleged bail-bond fraud cost Wake County schools more than $900,000

An attorney for the Wake County school system says it will seek to recover all the money, plus interest and fines, that was kept from them because of a scheme involving members of the clerk of court’s office and bail bondsmen not to turn over forfeited bond money.

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