DON'T FAIL ON BAIL: GOV. CUOMO MUST FORCE THE LEGISLATURE TO DELIVER A BETTER BAIL LAW

Good for Gov. Cuomo, who wields his maximum leverage in the budget process, for demanding lawmakers rejigger their poorly crafted new bail law as part of the state's omnibus fiscal legislation. The statute rushed through last spring was well-intentioned — pre-trial freedom should never be contingent...

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