It seems that the issue lies within his bail restrictions. He's not able to perform and therefore, isn't making any money.
Plaintiffs are pointing out that officials such as judges, prosecutors and public defenders unfairly benefit from the costs that are placed upon the city's residents.
via: cnn.com Mississippi once again leads the nation in poverty and lags in median household income. According to U.S. Census Bureau figures released Thursday. Mississippi had a poverty rate of 22.6% in 2011, while its median household income came in at $36,919. Both were roughly the same as the year before. Read More
via: cnn.com NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Many of the people who could use a little extra money the most are missing out on a tax credit worth up to nearly $6,000. Aimed at helping the working poor, the Earned Income Tax Credit lifts millions of Americans out of poverty each year, yet one in five […]
via: cnn.com NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Think it takes a million bucks to make it into the Top 1% of American taxpayers? Think again. In 2009, it took just $343,927 to join that elite group, according to newly released statistics from the Internal Revenue Service. See More