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New Legislation Aims to Protect Public from Dangerous Defendants

Right now in New Jersey, all defendants charged under state law have the right to be released on bail, except those charged with a capital crime ‘when the proof is evident or the presumption great.’  Judges are not allowed to consider the danger posed to society. Assembly members Donna Simon and Dave Rible have introduced new legislation that they hope will protect the public from dangerous defendants who are arrested and awaiting trial by allowing judges to deny them bail.

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