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In 2017, a three-judge panel of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas ruled that the existing bail bonding rules in Harris County (Houston) were legally problematic and ordered the county to make major reforms. As a result of the ruling Harris County instituted a catch-and-release system for most misdemeanors and significant reforms to the way people accused of more serious charges were processed following their arrest.

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Evidence that Chicago’s misguided attempt at bail reform has crashed and burned in the same way similar efforts have cratered all over the country recently came from an unlikely source. Loyola University, long a hotbed of Jesuit activism that has embraced all of the worst, most regressive elements of wokeism, recently published an exhaustive paper on the results of bail reform in the windbag city. The study behind it was supposed to show what a...

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Those opposed to the travesty called "bail reform" are often accused by social extremists of being bail bond company lackeys who put too much emphasis on the negative and not enough on the positive. Those hilariously named "social justice warriors" point to figures that show overall prison populations are down. They also repeat the claim that the main goal of bail reform was not to create a utopia but to stop punishing people (mostly minoriti...

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In 2019, New York State instituted what was hailed by its supporters as a landmark piece of bail reform legislation. No longer would justice be undermined by the bail bond agent. No longer would decent, upstanding citizens be victimized by a bail system intent on punishing people for being poor. Now, everyone but the most violent offenders (and even some of them) would be released on their own recognizance so that they could rejoin their mode...

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During the 1990s and the early 2000s, Denver was something of a peaceful oasis at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Not anymore. Since 2014 the total number of murders, rapes, aggravated assaults, and car thefts has increased more than 50% and the explosion in crime shows no signs of abating. Last year alone 96 people were murdered in Denver, and 2022 seems to be following in suit.

The ripple effects from this spike in crime reverberate throug...

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Bail reform has been a spectacular success, if skyrocketing homicides, aggravated assaults, sexual assaults and robberies are how you measure success. In Colorado, where the bail bonding company had been part of the criminal justice landscape since the 19th century, reforms have led to an outrageous spike in crime.

If you are skeptical about that let's look at some recent crime statistics issued by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation:

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What Is The Bailo Project?

Most people would agree that someone who poses no danger to the public should not be held in jail indefinitely just because they cannot afford to post bail. If the goal of The Bail Project was simply to identify such individuals and help them gain their freedom then one might say it was a noble organization with a noble cause. But affordable bail bonds are not the goal of The Bail Project.

In December of 2020, M...

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