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Fairness being added to Illinois' justice system despite efforts to prevent progress

Posted on December 31, 2022

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For the Daily News/Daily Record

After years of work and deliberations – and a last-minute hiccup from a court ruling – Illinois is poised at last to implement the Pretrial Fairness Act, ending money bond across our state.

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