State law is one piece of the puzzle that makes up the legal framework for pretrial release policy, which governs the eligibility and conditions of release of people after arrest. This report provides an overview of the current statutory framework for pretrial policy in the states.
NCSL helped create a first of its kind, comprehensive online statutory resource of juvenile probation laws which serves as a spotlight summary of information that is most important to legislators who have experience in the juvenile justice field.
If you are a legislator, legislative staffer, a commissioner, a commission staffer, an outside advocate or just an interested member of the public, this virtual seminar is for you. In three days, NCSL will deliver knowledge and practical instruction that you can customize for your state and your role in the process.
Find articles on policy trends, hot topics and the personalities that make legislatures work in the daily digital version of NCSL’s long-running magazine.
The “Our American States” podcast is where you hear compelling conversations that tell the story of America’s state legislatures, the people in them, the politics that compel them, and the important work of democracy.
Find the latest news on state policy, politics and personalities in State Legislatures magazine, now in a digital format.
Protections outlined in Title I of the ADA can apply to people with addiction to alcohol and people in recovery from opioid and other substance use disorders.