Two weeks into criminal justice reform, and prosecutors say they’re struggling to keep up

We’re two weeks into the new criminal justice reform here in New York state. Since the beginning of the year, we’ve seen push-back and support for bail reform and the new discovery law. It’s a controversial new law prompting the release of hundreds of suspects across the state. It’s also sparking outrage from district attorneys, sheriffs, and local police departments. Judges here in New York no longer have discretion, something New Jersey’s law allows to let the judge consider a suspect’s threat to the community. Read Full Article