There will be always resistance to Nevada Assembly Bill 424. The bail bond industry is lobbying the legislature to amend the law so that people who are accused of driving under the influence are not subject to some of the restrictions that are being introduced.
Are There Any Hopes in the direction of Criminal Justice Reform Reform?
In the absence of a fraction of felony cases ever being decided by an order from a judge, as well as more than billion dollars of bonding money that flows through the court system legislators could have their work cut out for the foreseeable future if they’re committed to overhauling the country’s criminal justice system.
Federal prisons are already full and the state prisons have sufficient prisoners to house the additional prisoners. States have the ability to make an impressive case to have less prisoner. In addition, it seems that the federal government is in fact preparing to change the prisons that are run by profit. If they can set the example in California, this would be very welcome.
It’s much more challenging to make or purchase guns than to acquire the driving licence. It seems odd that there’s no issue with California being able to permit people to carry firearms. Is it because we are still considering old gun laws? It is because the California Assembly passed several gun reform laws in the past year.
These bills aren’t dead yet, but they may have a difficult path ahead. Two bills would have mandated that gun owners should keep their guns secured at home in addition, another bill would have required background checks on anyone who sells ammunition online. These bills were denounced by law enforcement authorities because they were unconstitutional or ineffective. Another law would have barred magazines that hold greater than 10 rounds.
The status quo truly non-negotiable for members of the National Rifle Association and other organizations like it, the fight may be lost ahead of