Is San Francisco DA Gascón’s Bail Reform Working?

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Instead of starting his third semester at community college this fall, Quinntez Woodson sat in a San Francisco jail cell on a firearms charge, held on $35,000 bail that he could not afford, reports Slate. He sat there for more than two months, losing his apartment, his chance to study, and a job at Walmart. After a few weeks in jail, Woodson was offered a . . .

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