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Prosecutors Turn Away from Money Bail

21 Feb 2018

Of the many encouraging developments in pretrial justice recently is the growing number of prosecutors who are publicly acknowledging the limitations of money bail and the value of doing things differently.

Some—like Kim Ogg and Kim Foxx, of Houston and

No More Missing Lego Pieces: Pre-Arrest Diversion and Pretrial Justice

06 Feb 2018

Guest Blog by Jac Charlier, National Director for Justice Initiatives, TASC

As a kid I loved playing with Legos. The way they felt and sounded when I snapped them together, block after block, was always fun. Even more so was when

Pretrial Justice Institute Applauds Atlanta Bail Reform Ordinance

06 Feb 2018

For Immediate Release: February 6, 2018

Contact: Fiona Druge, fiona.druge@berlinrosen.com, (646) 755-6126

 
Moving Away from Money Bail System Will Improve Public Safety & Equality in Atlanta
In response to the Atlanta City Council’s passage of an ordinance to reduce

A Look at 2018

24 Jan 2018

People Make Change (Data Helps)

09 Jan 2018

In 2009, Google embarked on a study to answer a simple question: Does management matter? For a company that prided itself on recruiting the best and brightest, with the notion that most problems could be solved with more technically skilled

Pretrial Justice Institute Applauds Philadelphia City Council Resolution

02 Jan 2018

For Immediate Release: February 2, 2018

Contact: Fiona Druge, Fiona.Druge@berlinrosen.com, (646) 755-6126
Moving Away from Money Bail System Would Improve  Public Safety and Equality in Philly
In response to the Philadelphia City Council’s passage of a resolution calling on the District Attorney