Bond reform in the U.S. has come up again and again in recent years as a quick, relatively easy way to remove inequities from our legal system. How does the current bond apparatus work against people accused of crimes?
Harvey Weinstein's trial has brought into focus a part of the criminal justice process that many people wonder about: the wide ranges of prison terms that are available to judges at sentencing. Let's have a look at why this is the case.
For police departments, the benefits of equipping officers with body cameras are well worth the initial expense. These cameras are good not only for members of the public but also for the officers themselves, and they also help us justly resolve criminal cases after the fact.