Data: Suspects Freed by New York 'No Bail' Law Rearrested at Rapid Rates

Data: Suspects Freed by New York ‘No Bail’ Law Rearrested at Rapid Rates


Criminal suspects freed from jail by New York’s “No Bail” law are being rearrested at skyrocketing rates, often for more serious crimes, New York Police Department (NYPD) data reveals.

The data, published in the New York Post, shows that about 1-in-5 suspects arrested for burglary or theft went on to be arrested for felonies within just 60 days after being released from jail by the No Bail law.

The law, first imposed in 2020, frees from jail suspects accused of a whole host of violent crimes including second-degree manslaughter, aggravated vehicular assault, third-degree assault, possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child, criminally negligent homicide, and aggravated vehicular homicide.

Across the board, the No Bail law saw suspects repeatedly being arrested for crimes

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