Duane ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Chapman joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to give his take on why many criminals in this country aren’t being held accountable for their illegal actions right now.

“You know, this getaway free pass. You can do anything. And I like to quote a lot about Martin Luther King. And he said, without a deterrent, crime is going to keep going on. So Utah just rolled back their illegal possession as a misdemeanor. So a lot of these states are rolling it back. I don’t understand why they would like, felons don’t vote, and they don’t want to get up. And drug addicts are asleep or spun out. So I don’t understand what anyone would think about, you know, giving free reign. And I for many years went to the legislature and held them at bay and said, no, this don’t work. Not just for bail bondsman, but they supervise. They pick the guy up. They make sure he goes to court. None of it the taxpayer has to pay for. So I just don’t understand what’s going on. And a lot of people don’t understand what’s going on in America today.”

Duane also tells Jimmy about his new book, Nine Lives and Counting: A Bounty Hunter’s Journey to Faith, Hope, and Redemption. To hear the full interview, listen to the podcast!