In reforming the California bail bonds system, few defendants would need to pay a nonrefundable fee to a bond company to get pretrial release. Instead, courts would assess whether individual defendants were flight risks or threats to public safety.
In reforming the California bail bonds system, few defendants would need to pay a nonrefundable fee to a bond company to get pretrial release. Instead, courts would assess whether individual defendants were flight risks or threats to public safety. Eric Risberg The Associated Press
In reforming the California bail bonds system, few defendants would need to pay a nonrefundable fee to a bond company to get pretrial release. Instead, courts would assess whether individual defendants were flight risks or threats to public safety. Eric Risberg The Associated Press

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