Jersey Democrat's Request Could Make it Virtually Impossible to Jail Criminals Before Trial

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TRENTON — A state lawmaker and critic of New Jersey’s bail overhaul says prosecutors should have to release more evidence up-front when asking a judge to lock up people accused of crimes. Sen. Ronald Rice (D-Essex) weighed in on a fight before New Jersey’s Supreme Court on the hearings where judges will decide whether to order…

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