Insurance Companies May Set Up Charitable Fund for Bail

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Bail reform advocates increasingly are raising charitable funds they use to put up bail for defendants too poor to pay their way out of jail, says The Marshall Report. These funds have sprung up in recent years in cities that include Boston, Brooklyn, Nashville, and Seattle. Similar funds are currently being explored in St. Louis, Miami, Cincinnati, Oakland, Philadelphia, and Austin . . .

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