This paper examines the effects of pretrial detention on case outcomes in federal criminal cases. Unlike cash-bail regimes that are prevalent in state courts, federal courts rarely use money bail as a condition of pretrial release.
This interactive map of pretrial incarceration trends from Vera "aims to inform the public dialogue, advance research, and help guide change by providing easily accessible information on the number of individuals in jail and prison for every county in the United States."
This document informs the discussion on bail reform and pretrial justice of an effective pretrial system.
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.
This report introduces essential elements for responding to people with mental illnesses at pretrial, including decisions for pretrial release.
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.
These highlights cover federal resources available to community corrections and criminal justice agencies
Money as a Criminal Justice Stakeholder: The Judge’s Decision to Release or Detain a Defendant Pretrial
<p>This paper is shows a somewhat ideal process for making a release or detain decision, realizing that state bail laws may hinder that process.</p>
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.