Industry Fails to Reverse MD Rule Against Money Bail

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A college marijuana bust helped set Caryn York on a course to lead the coalition that persuaded Maryland's legislature to uphold a new judiciary rule diminishing the role of money bail in determining who goes free and who stays in jail until trial, reports the Baltimore Sun. The 32-year-old advocate was a constant presence in the capitol, where she . . .

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