Bail bondsman and Purchase resident Ira Judelson & Roosevelt High School graduate Michael Falzarano create mobile app, website called Jammed Up

The site is billed as an online Home

The site is billed as an online Home Depot of the legal world. (Credit: News 12 )

PURCHASE - A Roosevelt High School graduate and a bondsman from Purchase are hoping to help residents out of legal jams through a new mobile app and website.

Celebrity bail bondsman and Purchase resident Ira Judelson invested his A-list reputation and cash into a website called Jammed Up.

The site is billed as an online Home Depot of the legal world, where people can find everything from lawyers to bondsmen to DNA specialists.

Roosevelt High School graduate Michael Falzarano dreamed up the idea.

"I have family members who have dealt with divorce," he said. "I have friends who have had felonies when they were younger and can't find jobs. I said why don't we create a service that they can do their due diligence."

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