This training broadcast from NIC examines pretrial release and the essential elements of a highly functioning pretrial justice system.
This study's aim is to shed light on what the impact of pretrial detention may be on several non-Criminal Justice related outcomes.
Fines, Fees, and Bail: Payments in the Criminal Justice System That Disproportionately Impact the Poor
This document examines the use and impact of fines, fees and bail, and highlights potential options for reform to potentially increase equity.
This webpage provides access to materials from a two-day DOJ/White House event on " A Cycle of Incarceration: Prison, Debt and Bail Practices.”
Money as a Criminal Justice Stakeholder: The Judge’s Decision to Release or Detain a Defendant Pretrial
This paper is shows a somewhat ideal process for making a release or detain decision, realizing that state bail laws may hinder that process.
Fundamentals of Bail: A Resource Guide for Pretrial Practitioners and a Framework for American Pretrial Reform
This document provides both background information on bail and also provides an intellectual framework for achieving pretrial justice in America.
This article summarizes the new law, factors and events leading to its creation, and the research underlying the statutory changes.
This publication examines the challenges of relying on a monetary bail system and highlights existing solutions, such as pretrial services.
This article considers racial disparities that occur nationally in the bail determination process, due in large part to the lack of uniformity, resources, and information provided to officials in bail proceedings.
This brief presents information regarding pretrial and bail reform during 2013.