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New York’s Bail Reform Debate

By David Liperote | April 10, 2020

With widely varying interpretations of the same issues affected by individual perspectives on pertinent issues such as how […]

It’s Time for the Texas Legislature to Fix Bail Review Procedures

By David Liperote | April 10, 2020

U.S. District Judge David C. Godbey of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas […]

Petition Submitted to Overturn California Bail Legislation

By Greg Radcliffe | April 10, 2020

A petition signed by close to 600,000 voters was submitted by the American Bail Coalition as part of […]

Sifting Through the Current Bail Reform

By David Liperote | February 27, 2020

January 1, 2020, brought criminal justice reform to New York State. This new law prevents judges from setting […]

Bail Industry Eradication

By Greg Radcliffe | January 15, 2020

In recent years, there has been a lot of discussion about bail bond and/or jail reformation. Some individuals […]

Trying to Eliminate Commercial Bail

By Greg Radcliffe | January 15, 2020

The history of bail in this country is as old as its independence. The Judiciary Act of 1789 […]

How does bail work and why do people want to get rid of it?

By Greg Radcliffe | January 15, 2020

It is unfortunate, but across the US many individuals arrested for a crime cannot afford the bail set […]

Fighting Back Against States’ Efforts to Rethink and Overhaul an Antiquated Money Bail System

By Greg Radcliffe | January 15, 2020

Many states are trying to overhaul the bail industry with the assumption that currently, it allows those with […]

Bail Bond Industry Fights Back Against Moves to Limit or End Cash Bail

By David Liperote | January 15, 2020

With more states considering legislation to eliminate bail bonds, the industry is working to fight back. Bail bonds […]

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