Georgia Is Thinking About Charging More Offenses With Monetary Bail

Georgia Is Thinking About Charging More Offenses With Monetary Bail

Georgia, which was once considered a pioneer in criminal justice reform, is moving even more in the direction of its traditional lock-up practices. Senate Bill 63 is just one House vote away from passing after state senators voted 30–17 on Thursday to impose financial bail for 30 additional crimes, including 18 that are consistently misdemeanours. … Read more