Many advocates for placing harsher restrictions on bail enforcement and decreasing the amount of detainees out on pretrial launch level to the argument that allowing bail greatly will increase the risk of permitting arrestees out on bail to skip their trial . However, a study conducted by Gerald R. Wheeler and Carol L. Wheeler published by the Review of Policy Research finds that that is hardly the case.
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The article focuses on bail reform in the United States and particularly targets the relationship between being launched on bail and the flight danger of arrestees not showing up to their trial. Since many opponents of bail reform through the time believed that permitting bail would lead to a lower of arrestees exhibiting up for their trial dates, this text checks that belief by analyzing randomly selected felony circumstances … Read More