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The preventive detention procedure has been used sparingly. Courts may often effectively detain arrestees by setting bail sums low enough not to be constitutionally “excessive” but high enough to make it impossible for the arrestee to gain release on bail. In other cases, bail is granted but with highly restrictive conditions.

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Preventive detention is a special form of imprisonment. Most persons held in preventive detention are criminal defendants, but state and federal laws also authorize the preventive detention of persons who have not been accused of crimes, such as certain mentally ill persons. Preventive detention is a relatively recent phenomenon.

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preventive detention in the laws and criminal procedures of the major common law nations with a view toward dveloping some principles universal to a model preventive detention law. This article will focus on a number of common themes. First, it will briefly outline the history of bail and bail reform in each sur-veyed country.

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In this study we will review the history of preventive detention in the United States, and based on studies from the cities of Washington, D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts, examine its use. The call for preventive detention is directly related to the bail reform movement of the 1960's.

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Purpose of Bail and Preventive Detention Structure of the National Judiciary Structure and Jurisdiction of Inferior Courts Judicial Review and the Supreme Court Bill of Rights Purpose of Free Expression Tinker v. DesMoines Right to Assembly and Petition Due Process of Law Illegal Search and Seizure

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California last week passed a sweeping bail-reform package that, according to Politico, eliminated the use of cash bail while expanding preventive detention and the use of standardized risk ...

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Preventive Detention and the “Police State” The Bail Reform Act of 1984 added to the federal bail scheme for noncapital offenses the authority to detain an arrestee on the basis of a threat to public safety.

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If a proper bail/no bail balance is not crafted through a particular state’s preventive detention provisions, and if money is left as an option for conditional release, history has shown that judges will use that money option to expeditiously detain otherwise bailable defendants.

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Analysis Bail Reform, Preventive Detention, and ‘The Police State’ In his Civil Rights and Civil Liberties column, Christopher Dunn revisits the troubling practice of denying bail to arrestees ...

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PREVENTIVE DETENTION: A CONSTITUTIONAL BUT INEFFECTIVE MEANS OF FIGHTING PRETRIAL CRIME I. INTRODUCTION The Bail Reform Act of 19841 authorizes judicial officers to de-tain a defendant before trial if the officer determines that the de-fendant is likely to commit a crime while on release pending trial.2