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Lecture 11

CRMJ 352 Lecture 11: Class 11
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Criminal Justice
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CRMJ 352
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Monday, September 25, 2017 CRMJ 352 Class 11: - Pre-trial release: • Bail: - Types of bail: • Financial • Non-financial - They release 80% recognizance rate and 89% return rate on non-financial bail release - What do we want to happen to person pre-trial once they are released: • That they come back for the trial - Bail is bias towards those who cannot afford it - Estimated that around a million people - Dates that need to know for midterm (particularly on matching area): • 1967 - Justice Reinvestment Act • 1960 Manhattan Bail Project - Vera Institute of Justice — promoted the project - Result of this project: • Release on own recognizance - To do a risk assessment essentially - Used to determine the stability of own’s background • Determined by a questionnaire • Result/outcome determines if person can be released on own recognizance - Do the
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