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Bail News

Dallas Community Groups Bail Six Moms Out of Jail in Time for Mother's Day Dallas Observer
This year, unlike in 2017, Dallas got in on the project; a team of women's rights, criminal justice reform and community groups banded together to bail women out of Lew Sterrett ... than a month in prison on a $500 bond stemming from a criminal trespassing ...
Dallas Activists Bail Moms Out of Jail for Mother’s Day D Magazine
One woman couldn’t afford the $500 bond set on a criminal trespass charge ... A group of civil rights organizations have sued Dallas County with the hopes of ending an unjust cash bail system and turning to a risk-based assessment system that relies ...
Judge refuses to lower bail for 19-year-old accused in Dixon High School shooting Chicago Tribune
A judge on Friday refused to lower bail for a 19-year-old accused of firing ... Jacobson also ordered that if Milby were to post bond he is to have no contact with Mark Dallas, the school resource officer with whom he allegedly exchanged gunfire, or ...
‘Affluenza effect’ explains decision to reduce murder suspect’s bail, Texas lawyer says Miami Herald
“She can get out of jail for $14,000” if she pays a bail bondsman the standard 10 percent, lawyer Craig Watkins told the Dallas Morning News. Watkins responded to the Friday decision with a relatively new term that got national attention in 201
Judge Drastically Cuts Bail for Woman Accused of Killing Her Husband, Family Blames Her ‘Anglo’ Privilege Atlanta Blackstar
Texas last month claims the so-called “affluenza effect” is what swayed a judge to substantially reduce the wife’s bail. On Friday, a Collin County judge lowered the bond for Morgan Leigh Sims, 33, from $1.5 million to $140,000, the Dallas Morning ...
Family of slain black man 'murdered by his white wife' claim 'affluenza effect' swayed judge when he slashed her bond from $1.5 million to $140,000 Daily Mail
If she pays a bail bondsman the standard 10 per cent ... Morgan's mother called 911 and said her daughter had just shot her husband, according to the Dallas Morning News. She told dispatchers that the couple's two children, aged two and six, were ...
Slain man’s kin claims ‘affluenza’ after judge slashes wife’s bail New York Post
Watkins, meanwhile, noted that Morgan Sims could be freed from jail by paying $14,000 if she pays a bail bondsman the standard 10 percent ... Daray Sims, according to Dallas County court records, was arrested in 2014 on suspicion of assault-family violence ...
Milby bond remains set at $2 million SaukValley.com
Murray, whose request to have bail reduced to $200,000 was denied. Milby is charged with three felonies involving aggravated discharge of a firearm, the first two for firing at school resource officer Mark Dallas and gym teacher Andrew McKay, and the third ...
Victim’s kin claims ‘affluenza effect’ made judge lower bail for woman accused of killing husband New York Daily News
Morgan Leigh Sims, 33, had her bond reduced from $1.5 million to $140,000, after she was arrested for murdering Daray Vontrell Sims, 37, who was found shot to death in the couple's McKinney, Texas, home in April, 2018, The Dallas Morning-News reported.
Attorney: 'Affluenza effect' swayed judge to lower bond of McKinney woman accused of killing husband Dallas Morning News
Watkins, the former Dallas County district attorney ... When they found her, she had her passport, $9,000 and the murder weapon, Watkins said. If she pays a bail bondsman the standard 10 percent, he said, she can get out of jail for $14,000.