New Areas for Bail Reform A Report on the Manhattan Bail Reevaluation Project, June 1966 - August 1967

Overview

The Manhattan Bail Project was Vera’s first initiative and showed that many people accused of committing a crime can be relied on to appear in court and do not have to post bail or be held until trial.

Read the report on the related Manhattan Bail Reevaluation Project.

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