Top court’s delay on Md. bail reform concerns State House supporters

ANNAPOLIS – Efforts to reform Maryland’s bail system this General Assembly session took a strong hit last week when the state’s top court delayed until Feb. 7 its consideration of a proposed rule designed to prevent judicial officers from imposing bail on criminal defendants beyond their financial means, reform-minded legislators said Wednesday. The Court of Appeals’ ...

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