Being accused of a crime and awaiting your sentence in the aftermath is one of the most difficult ordeals a person can go through. Continue reading
Posts made in December 2019
Should The Government Repeal the Bail Bond System or Reform It?
In August 2019, California became the first US state to completely abolish money bail. The state intends to replace the system with a risk assessment infrastructure through which they intend to reduce the number of prisoners. Continue reading
The Costs of Running the US Incarceration System—Bail Bonds Might Resolve The Problem
As per a recent report by CNN, America locks up more people than any other country! For every 100,000 people, around 655 are behind bars. You’ll be shocked to know that there are currently more people behind bars than the number of people residing in Dallas! That saying something. Continue reading
Debates On The Bail Bond System—Is the System Even The Problem?
For the longest time, the bail bond industry in the US has faced undue criticism by anti-bail activists. These activists don’t just call for a total ban of the bail bond system, but also accuse it of the worsening state of our justice system. Continue reading
Understanding the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses in the US Constitution
The US constitution makes it mandatory for lawmakers to grant citizens basic rights to life, property, and liberty! If either the federal or the state government fails to provide these rights, they have not been true to their civic duty. Continue reading