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California’s far-left activists shocked they beat Prop. 25. What’s the future of bail now?

“There’s plenty of opportunity for bail reform at the local level,” Simon said. “Counties can decide to adopt some level of this.” It also means that conservative counties, such as Kern in Southern California or those in the north state — can ignore the changes altogether, indefinitely. “That’s going to mean that some counties have some really regressive arrest and bail policies.”
Nov 6, 2020

“There’s plenty of opportunity for bail reform at the local level,” Simon said. “Counties can decide to adopt some level of this.” It also means that conservative counties, such as Kern in Southern California or those in the north state — can ignore the changes altogether, indefinitely. “That’s going to mean that some counties have some really regressive arrest and bail policies.”