Maryland's highest court hears arguments from Holder, opponents on bail reform
from The Baltimore Sun
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder joined Maryland's top attorney and judges in urging the state's highest court to adopt new rules designed to prevent people who have been arrested from languishing in jail because they are unable to afford bail. The Court of Appeals put off voting on a change until February, after a hearing that stretched more than six hours and included testimony from dozens of people.
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