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    Cash bail will remain in California after the landslide defeat of Prop 25

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    California’s plan to end cash bail hit a major roadblock with the defeat of Proposition 25. 

    More than half of California’s voters want to repeal the 2018 law that would have replaced cash bail with a risk assessment tool — like the one used in Tulare County. 

    Tulare County officials say the law doesn’t change much here, but bail agents and law enforcement are hoping the defeat puts more pressure on judges to keep offenders behind bars. 

    “The attempt to end cash bail suffered a resounding defeat in California,” said Scott James, owner of Great Dane Bail Bonds. “In fact, in Tulare County, it was crushed by 70% of the votes.”

    Read the rest of the story on the Visalia Times-Delta

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