The Bail Post
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The Bail Post seeks to be a place where legislators and the public can educate themselves on a host of criminal justice/bail reform issues. With various attempts at criminal justice reform from New York to Texas to California, many people are confused as to what is working and what is not. With the passage of time, more and more information is coming to light over what successful reform looks like and what reforms have been found to not be working. The rise in violent crime across the country has been startling and law makers and the public alike are desperate to find legislation that is effective. Ares some of the reforms making the situation worse? The Bail Post is an on-going discussion that seeks to cut to the core to provide education on the various issues raised and to highlight what successful criminal justice reform looks like and what measures have been disastrous. Join us and educate yourself about the best practices that jurisdictions must implement to keep their communities safe, while ensuring fairness to defendants.
If you would like to listen other episodes of The Bail Post you can find a subject matter index of the different episodes at- https://pbtx.blogspot.com/p/subject-index-to-bail-post-podcasts.html.
The host is Ken W. Good; an attorney in Tyler, Texas who has been licensed for over 30 years. He has argued cases before the Supreme Court of Texas and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Mr. Good has written a book on bail called "Goods On Bail." He has also has had numerous papers published on Criminal Justice Reform issues. Mr. Good is a board member of PBT and serves on the legislative committee. Mr. Good is married and has two daughters.
Episode No. 42- Bail Litigation- A Tale of Two Counties With Guest Sheriff Matt Gentry
Episode No. 41- Has California Reached a Breaking Point With Guest Anne Marie Schubert
Episode No. 40- Lessons Learned One Year Under SB 6 with Guest The Honorable Tamara Tinney
Episode No. 39- The Texas Legislative Session "That Was, That Is and That Will Be" With Guest Scott Walstad
Episode No. 37- Roll Backs, Roll Backs and More Roll Backs in New York Bail Reform with Guest Michelle Esquenazi
Episode No. 36- The Role of Accountability in Setting Bail with Guest- The Honorable Judge Maria Jackson
Episode No. 35- Lessons From Washington D.C.'s Bail System with Guest Frederick Cooke
Episode No. 34- Looking at the Numbers; How Bail Reform is Increasing Crime with Guest District Attorney Jeff W. Reisig
Episode No. 32- Ending Federal Micromanagement of Pretrial Bail Practices- Daves v. Dallas County No. 2
Episode No. 31- Bexar County Justice With the Honorable Judge Ron Rangel
Episode No. 28- Legislating with Former PBT Legislative Committee Chair Tillmin Welch
Episode No. 27- Meet Randy Cauthen, President of the North Carolina Bail Agents Association
Episode No. 22- The Impact of Rising Crime on Economic Development with Guest Eric Granof