Florida Voters Want a Commonsense Approach to Pretrial Justice

Too many people are in Florida jails simply because they cannot afford money bond—and voters believe it is time for this situation to change. A new poll from the Pretrial Justice Institute and the James Madison Institute shows that Florida voters think pretrial justice should focus on public safety, not on ability to pay, and they strongly support helping people who are released before trial to be successful in the community.

Read “Florida Voters Want a Commonsense Approach to Pretrial Justice” here: https://www.jamesmadison.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Florida-Voters-Want-A-Commonsense-Approach-to-Pretrial-Justice-PJI-2018.pdf

By | 2018-10-22T11:00:52+00:00 October 16th, 2018|Publications|Comments Off on Florida Voters Want a Commonsense Approach to Pretrial Justice

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