Bail reform’s killer mistake: Criminal justice overhaul may have taken away important tool courts use to keep dangerous people off the streets (excerpt from Daily News – April 6 2019) Michael Cammarata and his girlfriend were charged Friday with the murder of Cammarata’s estranged wife Jeanine after the schoolteacher’s burnedRead More →

A progressive New York criminal-justice group walks back from an unsustainable position. (excerpt from City Journal, Winter Edition 2019) Last September, as part of a national push for criminal-justice reform, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, a charitable organization, announced a plan to pay the bail of every woman and minorRead More →

Excerpt form Watertown Daily Times – Feb 10, 2019 DAs object to bail reform North country prosecutors say that if Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposals for bail and discovery reform in his suggested 2020 budget pass on April 1 it can result in a danger to communities throughout the state.Read More →