Solution helps department handle pretrial
management more effectively and efficiently
Imperial County s realignment plan includes a Pretrial
Service Unit, Classification, and Case Management with offenders.
States with laws that consider crime victims' needs in their pretrial
release policies, according to NCSL's new Trends in Pretrial
It is a frustrating event for any chief of justice (CoJ) or trial counsel (TC) to witness an accused's time in pretrial
confinement result in a large credit against confinement because of conditions at the civilian confinement facility (CCF) (2) contracted by the installation.
FLIGHT RISK, PRETRIAL
DETENTION, AND THE NEED FOR ALTERNATIVES
25 (Violation of a Condition of Pretrial
Release From a Domestic Violence Charge).
Gamache, 21, of 165 Oxford Road, Charlton, breaking and entering in a building in the nighttime for a felony, pretrial
probation until June 6, 2014, 10 hours community service, stay away from the school, $100 restitution; trespassing, pretrial
probation until June 6, 2014; resisting arrest, pretrial
probation until June 6, 2014.
As early as the 11th century, Anglo-Saxon courts began letting persons accused of a crime avoid pretrial
detention in return for putting up some security--typically money or property--meant to guarantee their attendance when the court date finally arrives.
Summary: The Special Tribunal for Lebanon's Pretrial
Judge Daniel Fransen held a status conference Tuesday with members of the prosecution and the defense to take stock of the two sides' progress as the trial date draws closer.
According to Trexler, every pretrial
services program would benefit from operating under the auspices of a state or local corrections agency.
Outsourcing justice; the role of nonprofit caseworkers in pretrial
7, 2010): Pretrial
service officers, who determine release terms for defendants awaiting trial, are state Judicial Department employees.