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Watch: National Partnership Launches to #ReformPretrial

Arnold Ventures' Jeremy Travis and James Cadogan announce the launch of the National Partnership for Pretrial Justice.

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“When They See Us” Shines a Light on Pretrial Reform

From Selma to 13TH, Ava DuVernay’s films inspire meaningful discussions about the criminal justice system. By recounting real-world injustices, she asks us to interrogate moments in history that have long been misperceived and misunderstood. With the release of the limited Netflix series When They See Us, DuVernay proves that what happened thirty years ago is […]


By: Arnold Ventures

New Study: Judicial Release Decisions

MDRC measures impact of the Public Safety Assessment and related policy changes in North Carolina and finds decreased use of money bail, more people being released on their own recognizance, and no increase in failures to appear in court or new crime

Pretrial Justice
By: MDRC

Jeremy Travis: Public overwhelmingly supports reforming bail system

Quietly and with little fanfare, The Pew Charitable Trusts released a stunning report detailing Americans' opinions on bail reform. I'll cut to the chase: The public overwhelmingly supports changing our pretrial system.

Times Union
By: Jeremy Travis

Call To End Cash Bail In Bexar County Intensifies

A group of activists delivered petitions to several Bexar County judges on Thursday calling for the elimination of the use of cash bail or bond for people waiting to appear before a judge.

Texas Public Radio
By: Joey Palacios

Cory Booker: It’s time for the next step in criminal justice reform

Edward Douglas woke up on Jan. 10, 2019, in a federal penitentiary in Pekin, Ill., where he had spent every morning of the past 15 years of his life.

Washington Post
By: Cory Booker

Unable to Post Bail? You Will Pay for That for Many Years

Cash bail favors the rich, who can pay it and go home, while poorer people are frequently forced to remain in jail while they await trial.

New York Times
By: Seema Jayachandran

NFL activists: Nation should follow Philly’s lead on bail reform, nonviolent charges

Last year, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner stopped seeking cash bail for a variety of nonviolent charges, including drug possession and prostitution.

USA Today
By: Torrey Smith, Chris Long, and Malcolm Jenkins

Editorial: Is bail reform dangerous? What the data really says

If you want to see the future of bail reform in Texas, look to Philadelphia.

Houston Chronicle
By: Editorial Board