NJ – CALL TO ACTION: Fixing New Jersey’s Failing Bail Reform – Without Reinventing the Wheel

Bail Reform

NJ Assembly Bill A3507

So what does McKeons Bill A3507 do again?

Support a Common Sense Approach to NJ Bail Reform

  • New oversight for Bail Agencies 
  • Defendants get bail up front...No More Catch & Release
  • Still Protects the "indigent" with Pre-Trial Services Unit
  • Keep low-level offenders out of jail
  • Saves the Taxpayer from subsidizing criminal activity 


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3 Comments on "NJ – CALL TO ACTION: Fixing New Jersey’s Failing Bail Reform – Without Reinventing the Wheel"

  1. Carole Bartolucci | March 29, 2017 at 7:56 pm | Reply

    Christi never contacted the police chiefs or anyone with knowledge of the bail business he is a disgrace. The police do there job with their hands behind there back and have to release on ROR criminals who go and commit the same crimes again it make NO Sense

  2. This amendment to the NJ criminal reform is a good common sense soluation to a huge miscarriage of justice. The messenge this present system sets is that nonviolent crime is essentially decriminalized. I for one, doubt that this reflects the morals and desires of the citizens of NJ. Hopefully cooler heads prevail.

    Tony sylvester
    Owner Sly Bailbonds

  3. That’s a lie that it’s no supervision the condition is more intense then probation & parole minus the drug screening. 2nd u could’ve been out of trouble 10 years plus and still get a high school for your past even if it’s municipal. The bail reform is a failure cause if u don’t get out u basically guilty till proven innocent

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