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Misdemeanor Bail Reform and Litigation: An Overview - GSU Law Center for Access to Justice 2017

It provides an overview of recent bail reform measures and related litigation in various jurisdictions across the country. The lists included are not exhaustive, but are intended to highlight the most relevant substantive reforms and include many of the most pertinent examples of bail-related litigation. #Litigation #Legislation #Bail

Misdemeanor Bail Reform and Litigation- An Overview - GSU Center for Access to Justice 2017.pdf






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United States Constitution

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Pretrial Justice Clinic Year End Report - University of Baltimore School of Law 2018

Funded in pad by a generous grant from the Abell Foundation, the PTJC promotes pretrial justice in Baltimore City through litigation, lobbying, and education...#Bail #Litigation

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Pretrial Justice Clinic Year End Report - University of Baltimore School of Law 2017

Funded by the University of Baltimore and the Abell Foundation, the PTJC opened its doors in August 2016 with the general goal of promoting pretrial justice in Baltimore City through litigation, lobbying and education...#Bail #Litigation

Pretrial Justice Clinic Year End Report - University of Baltimore School of Law 2017.pdf






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Decarceration Project: Bail Pilot Final Report - ABA 2019

In 2017, the Decarceration Project tested innovative bail litigation strategies in a six-month bail pilot project in Manhattan

Decarceration Project- Bail Pilot Final Report - ABA 2019.pdf





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Collins v. Daniels (2017)

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Boots and Bail on the Ground: Assessing the Implementation of Misdemeanor Bail Reforms in Georgia - University of Georgia Law Review 2020

The ACLU of Georgia, working with law professors, computer science students, and student and community volunteers, released a study examining how closely Georgia courts complied with four legal requirements set under recent bail reform legislation and litigation: an evaluation of ability to pay; holding an individualized bail hearing that evaluates a person’s finances within 48 hours of arrest; guaranteed release within 48 hours on a misdemeanor charge; and availability of a public defender when bail is set

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Federal Caselaw Regarding Pretrial Practices and Bail Schedules - JMI 2019

JMI notes that three-quarters of litigation have taken place in two circuits: the Fifth Circuit of Appeals (Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas) and Eleventh Circuit of Appeals (Alabama, Florida and Georgia)