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Risk-assessment legislation draws cost, efficacy concerns (access required)

ANNAPOLIS – A bill to require triennial evaluations of the questionnaires many judges use to assess whether defendants should be released before trial drew criticism Tuesday from lawmakers, who expressed concern about the cost of the consultant-driven questions and asked whether the assessments are a better means than bail for ensuring defendants show up for ...

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