Two Months Into Criminal Justice Reforms, Rockland Sheriff Sees Some Change

With two months of the new criminal justice reforms behind us, Rockland’s sheriff can’t say the changes are causing more crime in the county. Sheriff Lou Falco told “The Morning Show” yesterday he has noticed some differences…

Stony Point and Orange County assemblyman Colin Schmitt told “The Clem” earlier this week that fixes should not be part of the budget, as the governor wants to do by April first, and he didn’t like the way the reforms initially came about…

Rockland and Westchester state senator David Carlucci says the law was originally designed to level the playing field between wealthy and poor defendants, so that poverty wasn’t criminalized…

Falco does say he’s seen a 40% spike in the rates of those who have been charged with crimes failing to return to court.

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