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New York Set To Release Those Charged With Violent Crimes

Jeff Katz
November 19, 2019 - 1:31 pm

As part of its criminal justice "reform" plan, New York is scheduled to release suspects accused of what the state deems "non-violent" crimes without having to post bail, Breitbart News reports.

These changes, which are scheduled to go into effect January 2020, would include such offenses as child sex crimes, second-hand manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and threats of terrorism. Suspects will also no longer be incarcerated before their trial dates.