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Prosecutors, public defender back bail-reform rule

Recent data prompts prosecutors' change of heart

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s local lead prosecutors and the state’s chief public defender voiced strong support Tuesday for a six-month old rule designed to prevent judicial officers from imposing bail on defendants beyond their financial means, with the prosecution praising an increase in those held without bond and the defense lauding a rise in the percentage ...

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