State court system braces for criminal justice reform

Posted On: Nov 8, 2019   |   Posted By: NY Daily News

Up to 88% of the people arrested in the city will be released without bail while their cases are pending under changes to the state's criminal justice laws coming on Jan. 1, according to the state Office of Court Administration. Prior to the new laws, the figure was about 50%, the agency said...

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