Bail Reform and Public Safety

November 19, 2018

Criminal defendants sometimes pose a risk to the public and should not be released, but that risk often doesn’t correlate with bail that a judge might set. Daniel Dew of the Buckeye Institute comments on how bail works in courtrooms and how it might be reformed.


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