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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The city of Newark and see the reforms that we put in place the Kerr told Biden he's to blame for the life sentences some people are serving now for drug offenses as a senator Biden back to nineteen ninety four crime bill Willie on Castro called by the support for the bill a mistake can accused Biden of flip flopping on crime issues here's and jeweler Brent took the chance to recycle one of her campaign trail jokes during a segment on climate change the first thing that I want to do when I'm president is I'm gonna Clorox the oval office it's going to do we will be genie is on the defense for civic gas and electric has told the judge it strongly disagrees with the Wall Street journal report claiming the utility knew its ageing power lines posed a wildfire threat but did not replace or fix them the journal says P. Jeannie delayed safety work on a power line that started the wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise last year a judge ordered the utility to respond to the story paragraph by paragraph in that response P. Jeannie denied it repeatedly failed to perform necessary upgrades to its transmission lines Erin Bender KFI news reporters found California's move away from cash bail could be making mass incarceration worse forty nine counties in California already use some variation of a pre trial risk assessment tool to determine who gets out before trial in who stays put American male coalitions Geoff Clayton says data can't predict who's risky so if you have risk categories one through five whoever's in the five category well that's a certain percentage they're bad guys a certain percentage that are good guys but the problem is the tool can't distinguish he said pasta to make decisions on historical incarceration data which is considered racially biased supporters say the tools are still better than cash bail which favors the rich Corbin Carson KFI news and a group of homeowners instrument oaks is started tracking license plates that passed through the neighborhood Bob Chantelle Chantelle says his group of neighbors pool their money for a security system that keeps track of every car I could for instance say what activity was there between ten AM and two PM today Chantelle says the group installed the security system this month in response to car break ins and burglary attempts let's take a look at this problem on the fifty seven pizza in diamond bar on the fifty seven south.

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Victim Amanda Custer is still missing we're still looking for her because she was last seen Monday morning at a home where blood was later found a witness told police capital put Custer who appeared unconscious in the trunk of a previous camel was found in a pre is in downtown LA early yesterday and arrested after an hours long standoff LA county sheriff's investigator said the car was seen headed toward mount Baldy after the reported kidnapping honey to beach police say several of their officers have been hurt in a fight on the beaches that started when when officers tried to arrest a woman for alcohol some homeowners in Sherman oaks have installed a security system the tracks license plates in the area Bob Chantelle says neighbors pooled their money to install the system earlier this month for us we have four cameras so that we can see vehicles and their particular their license plates coming and going Chantelle says those system contract when and how often a vehicle as been through the neighborhood he says homeowners got the system because of car break ins and burglary attempts a group of university researchers has reported concerns with the state's attempt to exchange cash bail for risk assessment the report is pushed by the mail industry American bail coalescence Geoff Clayton says pre trial risk assessments don't address mass incarceration and can cause risky people to be let out and can keep less risky people locked up but also there's concerns that there could be in that there probably is racial bias because we're using past historical data supporters of risk assessment for the fifteen is a work in progress but still better than deciding risk based on how much bail money a person has forty nine counties in California already use some variation of risk assessment Corbin carts and can't find it crash.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"More from the debate is Detroit presidential candidates discuss discuss different perspectives on criminal justice reform former VP Joe Biden slammed Cory Booker's record for fighting crime is mayor of Newark New Jersey why did you announce in the first day as a zero tolerance policy of stop and frisk and higher Rudy Giuliani's guy two thousand and seven when I was trying to get rid of the crack cocaine Mister ice president there's a saying in my computer dependent the Kool aid yet don't even know the flavor also blame Biden for helping to create criminal justice bills that have led to problems with the system a neighborhood in Sherman oaks has pulled its money to put in a security system that tracks license plate neighbors say they're trying to protect themselves by tracking who's driving by there been several car break ins some vandalism and a couple of burglaries Bob Chantelle says neighbors put in the system earlier this month we can search for plates that are normally in there and the police can use that or not as they choose he says the technology called a flock safety shows how many times a vehicle has been by the criminals are saying up on technology you should it was far as I'm concerned in Sherman oaks and rolling back KFI news group of university researchers has reported concerns with California's attempt to exchange cash bail for risk assessments the report is pushed by the mail industry American male coalitions Geoff Clayton says pre trial risk assessments don't address mass incarceration and can cause risky people to be let out and can keep less risky people locked up but also there's concerns that there could be in that there probably is racial bias because we're using past historical data supporters of risk assessment for the fifteen is a work in progress but still better than deciding risk based on how much bail money a person has forty nine counties in California already use some variation of risk assessment Corbin carts and can't find it the federal reserve has cut interest rates for the first time since two thousand eight the fed cut its benchmark rate a quarter point today to between two and two and a quarter percent the goal is to protect the economy against the effects of a growth slowdown in world markets and the president's trade wars got a crash.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Are talking about the possibility of a nine eleven scale attack on America and the car makers remarkably no it but haven't fixed it consumer watchdog president Jamie court says hackers working with hostile foreign governments good access entire fleets of cars hitting the road in twenty twenty court says kill switches need to be installed in the cars to allow drivers to keep safety systems such as steering and braking off line researchers from twenty seven universities have concluded California's use of pre trial risk assessment is worse than the cash bail system American bail coalitions Geoff Clayton says risk assessment uses data that's racially biased and fly to determining who is safe for release how accurate really are they and do they make the system any better and there's certainly been some other research that suggests that they increase mass incarceration rather than reduce it which is what the proponents would have had you believe supporters agree risk assessment tools are problematic if not used correctly but new legislation has been introduced to fix those issues as the state moves away from cash bail California already has forty nine counties using the tools to determine release conditions an investigation has been opened in Connecticut into health claims made by the E. cigarette maker Joel state Attorney General William tongs as the state wants to know if jewel is illegally marketing its products efforts that may be designed and targeted for children and that may be intended not to help you stop smoking but reduced dependency and addiction jul has been sued in North Carolina over its marketing practices and is also being investigated in other states it is slow on the five in la mirada events I think delays coming away from valley view to the six so five and patch ahead coming with the ten freeway out to about Burbank Boulevard seven so it's gonna be heavy for the one thirty four and over to the ten freeway in it again from the sixty on over to that valley view well it's going to be headed by coming out of Santa Monica eastbound side of the ten freeway from just that twentieth over to Santa Fe getting into downtown LA prevents side of the five at Irvine seem to lease here from just before call for up to twenty two and still doing with a crash in.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The care by twenty four hour news room cops are looking for a man accused of kidnapping his live in girlfriend two young daughters they're not his even though you know he's had a relationship with these kids were not downplaying that at all but we do need to you know have these kids return to the mom and will do with the wrestling police officer Ryan Railsback says the man sent his girlfriend some disturbing tax last night after the couple got into a physical and verbal fight Railsback says the mom left for a bit to cool off and when she returned her kids who are eight months and eighteen months old we're gone cops say the suspected kidnapper maybe driving in nineteen eighty seven blue four door Cadillac with a white top and missing license plate video has surfaced showing a man suspected of kidnapping his girlfriend in Monrovia out rapping about killing a woman and baring her body LA county sheriff's lieutenant Scott Hoagland says Robert Camus and his girlfriend had a violent relationship for a long time the victim Amanda Custer is still missing we're still looking for her because she was last seen Monday morning at a home where blood was later found a witness told police Camus put Custer who appeared on conscious in the trunk of a Toyota Prius camera was found in a previous in downtown LA yesterday and arrested after a standoff a consumer advocacy group in LA is warning your next car may be used in a nine eleven style attack this is the most frightening issue that I've ever worked on consumer watched on president Jamie courts as hackers could take advantage of vulnerabilities and fleets of internet connected cars to please the breaks and all of them cheers the cars off the road and there's chaos and people died courts is that chaos could be perpetrated by hostile powers such as Russia or Iran but court says there is a fix we should be putting very cheap fifty cents kill switches in all these cars Ford says more than twenty auto industry whistle blowers run the issue is group about six months ago in LA Chris and Carla okay fine you a group of university researchers has reported concerns we California's attempt to exchange cash bail for risk assessments the report is pushed by the bail industry American male coalitions Geoff Clayton says pre trial risk assessments don't address mass incarceration and can cause risky people to be let out and can keep less risky people locked up but also there's concerns that there could be in that there probably is racial bias because we're using past historical data supporters of risk assessment for the fifteen is a work in progress but still better than deciding risk based on how much bail money a person has forty nine counties in California already use some variation of risk assessment Corbin carts and can't find it a judge in Chicago has told lawyers for acts empire actor jussie Smollett he's not changing his mind about appointing a special prosecutor in the case against the actor and the judge says he won't let another judge replace them retired judge Sheila o'brien asked for a special prosecutor to look into why all the charges were dropped against Malek who police say staged a hate crime against himself how did turning up the log in her duties to prosecute small let's lawyers say they're disappointed and will consider their options from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of five months in mates made almost a thousand calls to garcia's found he says he took their calls because you know we're just were trying to good business were trying to help you blow was really a gentleman's type of business in spite of the the stigma bail bonds has ted wallace says that was thirty years ago when he started selling valbe once since then the industry has changed county judge has raised bail announce and wallis says new agents started pouring in attracted by the opportunity to make big money i wouldn't associate with two bunch that are in here now they're they're in here for the money they they don't treat their customers properly wallis says one of his clients was threatened by an inmate recruiting for a bell company he said well you got some kids don't you guys got kids she says you know sometimes from kids are going to school the morning accidents happen alignment not all bail agents resort to threats our bribes to get business and many like ted while s want to rid their industry of the cd characters who give it a bad name here's geoff clayton director of the american bail coalition we don't agree with people doing the alleged conduct and if it is happening it does need to be stop in fact it was complaints by other bail agents that first prompted the da's investigation unlawful bell practices are unique to santa clara county though and the problem seems to be growing the california department of insurance which regulates the bail industry estimates that since 2012 complaints about illegal activity by bell agents have tripled in the state in april dino garcia began serving a threemonth sentence was wanted to get back to that too but to my life nor of the worry about were you have to worry about you anymore most of the thirty one bail agents have taken plea deals ranging from community service to four months in jail for here and now i am sukhi lewis for decades california cities have grown outward let's put a lot of houses in wildfire prone areas as the state recovers from this month's fires some see an opportunity to break that padded now we need to do it you know stopped talking and planning that actually start building in the right place this in the right way growth without sprawl this afternoon on all things considered from npr news.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To things like grievance a particular white grievance npr political editor domenica montinaro thanks you're welcome states are facing calls to move away from a bail system based on money detractors say that system is unjust in the nation's largest state court system california a report out today calls the commercial veil system unsafe and unfair the study recommends that it be abolished and replaced with a system that includes robust safety assessments and pierce eric westerveld reports the yearlong study by a work group created by california's chief justice tani county jail succo way argues that the state's current money bail system largely bases the defendants liberty on his or her finances not an indepth assessment of whether the defendant is a flight or safety risk those with means awaitingtrial often have the ability to pay their way out while most low income people simply do not martinho she knows with the judicial council of california therein lies the fundamental fairness issue of is there a twotier justice system that is operating here today's report says it is supporters of reform say sweeping change jews are overdue the state has among the nation's highest bail rates were schedules and high rates of people who don't show up to court natasha minsk her with california's aclu says more than half of the people in the state's jails are awaiting trial or sentencing but simply don't have the money or property to get out on bail it's really actually have a very strange system where we are allowing private companies to make profits off of people's freedom but some prosecutors judges and the bill industry argue that cash bail is an important tool geoff clayton directs the american bail coalition a trade group he agrees reforms are needed bail rates in the state or too high he says and low level offenders with low income should not wallow in jail but clinton calls the report's recommendation to phase out commercial bail extreme that's going to far the bill should remain as an option and then the question becomes in what cases now often should be used california's governor the judiciary lawmakers have agreed to tackle those questions when the legislature reconvenes in january and today's report puts significant judicial weight behind those efforts what's likely to become the nation's biggest experiment in moving away from commercial bail eric westerveld npr news san francisco americans of many different backgrounds say racial discrimination is a factor in the.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Be abolished and replaced with a system that includes robust safety assessments and pierce eric westerveld reports the yearlong study by a work group created by california's chief justice tommy county jail succo away argues that the state's current money bail system largely bases the defendants liberty on his or her finances not an indepth assessment of whether the defendant is a flight or safety risk those with means awaitingtrial often have the ability to pay their way out while most low income people simply do not martinho she knows with the judicial council of california therein lies the fundamental fairness issue of is there a twotier justice system that is operating here today's report says it is supporters of reform sake sweeping change jews are overdue the state has among the nation's highest bail rates or schedules and high rates of people who don't show up to court natasha minsk or with california's aclu says more than half of the people in the state's jails were awaiting trial or sentencing but simply don't have the money or property to get out on bail it's really actually have a very strange system where we are allowing a private companies to make profits off of people's freedom but some prosecutors judges and the bill industry argue the cash bail is an important tool geoff clayton directs the american bail coalition a trade group he agrees reforms are needed bail rates in the state or too high he says and low level offenders with low income should not wallow in jail but clinton calls the reports recommendation to phase out commercial bail extreme that's going to far that bill should remain as an option in the question becomes in what cases and how often should be used california's governor of the judiciary and lawmakers have agreed to tackle those questions when the legislature reconvenes in january and today's report puts significant judicial weight behind those efforts what's likely to become the nation's biggest experiment in moving away from commercial bail eric westerveld npr news san francisco and uh you're listening to all things considered on wnyc i'm jimmy floyd the.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And replaced with a system that includes robust safety assessments and pierce eric westerveld reports the yearlong study by a work group created by california's chief justice tani come till succo way argues that the state's current monte bail system largely bases the defendants liberty on his or her finances not an indepth assessment of whether the defendant is a flight or safety risk those with means awaitingtrial often have the ability to pay their way out while most low income people simply do not martinho she knows with the judicial council of california therein lies the fundamental fairness issue of is there a twotier justice system that is operating here today's report says it is supporters of reform say sweeping changes are overdue the state has among the nation's highest bail rates were schedules and high rates of people who don't show up to court natasha minsk or with california's aclu says more than half of the people in the state's jails were awaiting trial or sentencing but simply don't have the money or property to get out on bail it's really actually have a very strange system where we are allow anc private companies to make profits off of people's freedom but some prosecutors judges and the bill industry argue the cash bail is an important tool geoff clayton directs the american bail coalition a trade group he agrees reforms are needed bill rates in the state or too high he says and low level offenders would low income should not wallow in jail but clinton calls the report's recommendation to phase out commercial bail extreme that's going to far the bill should remain as an option and then the question becomes in what cases and how often should be used california's governor of the judiciary and lawmakers have agreed to tackle those questions when the legislature reconvenes in january and today's report puts significant judicial weight behind those efforts what's likely to become the nation's biggest experiment in moving away from commercial bail eric westerveld npr news san francisco americans of many different backgrounds say racial discrimination as a factor in the daily life of the country that's according to a new survey out today from npr the robert will johnson foundation and the harvard t h chan school of public health researchers surveyed people from various sociopath ethnic groups to see how and how.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

"A federal appeals courts heard oral arguments yesterday in a class action lawsuit challenging harris counties bail system geoff clayton with the american bail coalition said that the case involves three people who claimed that they they were denied the right to bail because of their inability to pay the high cost set up by the county jail this case is really about is meaningful consideration if somebody priority to pay and the timing dispute over a sort of when that happens a ruling is expected to the next thirty to sixty days a defence attorneys for two people responsible for a stroke of snapchat video showing them driving through west houston firing guns out of a window say the incident has been blown out of proportion it's not a lot more than a disorderly conduct this is a media create a crime of media created felony but it's not going to be immediate creative result twenty nine year old michael are turned himself into police yesterday 27yearold sierra atar button is also charged with deadly conduct a dozens of doors here as county hall are suing the state over more than twenty years of flood damage they claim is deliberates more than sixty families from unball king what in a tasca sita blame mismanagement of the lake conroe dan for repeated flooding their homes most recently from tropical store harvey sangis in fall river authority in the texas water development board are accused of quote intentionally flooding the plaintiffs homes as long ago as 1994 nick rank of its newsradio 740 ktrh ktrh news time is now four owns three we're learning more about what happens sunday night when the gunman rained bullets down on thousands of concert goers in bus vegas the rapid firing of bullets went on for many many it says sheriff joe lombardo received a call at ten away pm arm the best of our estimates in video review he continued to fire at progress in successive rate for approximately nine minutes during that time steven patrick killing fifty nine people police here now confirming he set up cameras inside and outside of his hotel room to active surveillance cameras mike leaders see if police were.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

"A less of a thunderstorm threat as we move into the mid week forecast overnight low down to seventy two degrees after some heavy rains yesterday we've had kind of a tropical connection around here last couple of days sunshine returning for a midweek and thursday and friday with upper 80s and sunny weather for much of the weekend but early next week we'll have to watch and see what happens to a an advertise area of low pressure in the gulf of mexico i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore at the weather channel its cloudy at eighty here at the ktrh top tax defenders 24 ever weather center twelve oon our top story used sit and harris county officials tuesday announced to how more how more than seven million dollars from the hurricane relief fund will be used the committee set up by the mayor and county judge will oversee distribution the local nonprofit see aim of the fund's board is simple it's to be good stewards of the money entrusted to us by the donors and to ensure that these dollars or efficiently and effectively distributed to the organizations working most closely with the victims of the stole some of the groups include habitat for humanity used in food bank jewish fairly service and chinese community centers on the federal appeals court heard oral arguments tuesday in a class action lawsuit challenging harris counties bill system geoff clayton with the american bail coalition since the case involves three p people who claim that they were denied the right to bail because of their inability to pay the high cost set up by the county jail what this case it's really about meaningful consideration of company's ability to pay and the timing of dispute over a sort of when that happens a ruling is expected in the next thirty to sixty days i'll defense attorneys for two people well for a string of snapchat video showing them driving through west houston firing guns out the window so the incident has been blown out of proportion it's not a lot more than a disorderly conduct this is the media created crime and media created felony but it's not going to be immediate created result twenty nine year old michael quay are turned himself into police tuesday 27yearold see tar button is also charged with deadly conduct all dozens of north harris county homeowners are suing the.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

"24 hour traffic center tropical connection with some rain showers and thunderstorms up for the gulf of mexico tonight it's been a messy rainy day today seventy two degrees our low tonight and then less of a marine threat for tomorrow thursday and friday sunshine returning upper 80s some questions about the tropics four this weekend an early next week something developing in the gulf will keep an eye on it for you i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore at the weather channel 83 now in clouds and showers at the ktrh top tax defenders 24hour weather center ktrh news time 401 our top story to people featured in a series of social media videos shooting guns out of a moving vehicle now facing charges of deadly conduct lawyers for the pair argue the cases is being blown out of proportion but houston police chief artas vado says the couple caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to local business sits this people are fools they don't realize it the only fame they're gonna get is when they get convicted of two felony counts and end up in state prison twenty nine year old michael quay are turned himself in this morning is accomplice 27yearold sierra tar button already has a previous drunk dry getting a rest a federal appeals court heard oral arguments today in a class action lawsuit challenging harris counties bail system geoff clayton with the american bail coalition says the case involves three people who claim they were denied the right to bail because of their inability to pay the high cost set up by the county jail this case is really about is meaningful consideration if somebody ability to pay and the timing of that dispute over a sort of when that happens a ruling is expected in the next thirty to sixty days dozens of north harris county homeowners are suing the state over more than twenty years of flood damage they claim is deliberate more than sixty families from unball king would in a tasca sita blame mismanagement of the late conroe dan.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KTRH

"The weather channel 285 on the island and 84 here at the ktrh top tax defenders 24hour weather center well a one our top story over all coup violent crime is on the rise in houston the fbi's latest crime report shows an eight point nine percent uptick and things like rape and aggravated assault however criminologist tom nolan says we should take the fbi numbers with a grain of salt 33 percent of sexual assault a reported to in it believed that the vast majority of them are never reported to police so i think it prudent north to girard too many conclusions from uniform crime report statistic dolan points out the nation's murder rate rose in 2016 helped in large part by chicago's dramatic rise in killings federal appeals court hears oral arguments this morning in a class action lawsuit challenging harris counties bail system geoff clayton with the american bail coalition says the case involves three who claim they were denied the right to bail because of their inability to pay the high cost set up by the county jail this case is really about meaningful consideration if somebody's ability to pay and the timing of that i'm dispute over a sort of when that happens a ruling is expected in the next thirty to sixty days a houston riding a motorcycle was involved in an accident this morning high forty five northbound the good news is the officer was no the injured in the accident he was walking around the scene afterward security has been stepped up at las vegas hotel tells after sunday's mass shooting visitors to the win las vegas are now met at all entry points by security guards bags are jacked bodies wanted policy did take some by surprise as they valley parts of their cars the new security checks have led to some winds during heavy traffic periods ryan burrow abc news las vegas hospitals in and around vegas or overwhelm trying to help those with their wounded in the wake of that shooting abc's linsey davis is at the university medical center in las vegas we now that primarily.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a salons bathroom while to crash shot and killed his best friend laura wet on the other side of the door i want you to know that i am haunted by the whisper of her last to cry apologize to the victims in court saying he wished he could turn back time last month orange county judge thomas klestil's ruled out the death penalty for decry because of prosecutorial misconduct during the crisis sentencing coastal told victim's families that orange county's criminal justice system had largely failed them for the california your report i'm joe wrecked level in orange county the two democratic lawmakers who have been pushing for reforms to california's bay all system are now looking for a peek behind the curtain and how the bill industry operates kqed's marisa lagos reports assemblyman rabhan too and senator bob hertzberg still think bail punishes people for being poor and they still want to fundamentally change how california decides whether to let people accused of crimes out of jail before their trial but with that legislation on hold until next year there now also looking to learn more about the insurance companies that work with bailbond agents hertzberg says the more he's learned about bail the more questions he has a people being gouged is the government created monopolies creating these crazy prices before we go any further here's a little background when someone in california is arrested and charged with a crime a judge often sets a bail amount they must pay in order to get out of jail if the defendant doesn't have the money they can pay a fee to a bailbond agent who essentially promises the court they'll pay the full bail amount if the defendants gifts out on court those bail agents are backed by insurance companies hertzberg in bonte say they want to know more about those under the radar insurance companies they wrote a bill that would require more over site of both bail agents and charity companies and asked the department of insurance to steady the industry geoff clayton represents the insurance companies he's a lobbyist for the american bail coalition and he says he's baffled by the bell we already do a lot of stuff it's an spill we audit our aging regularly elise annually or required.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The other side of the door i want you to know that haunted by the whisperer last decry apologize to the victims in court saying he wished he could turn back times last month orange county judge thomas dourthe also ruled out the death penalty for decry because f prosecutorial misconduct during the crisis since inc oth those told victim's families that orange county's criminal justice system had largely failed dan for the kalfa your report i'm joe wrath local in orange county the two democratic lawmakers who have been pushing for reforms to california's bay hill system are now looking for a peek behind the curtain and how the bill industry operates kqed's marisa lagos reports assemblyman rob bonte and senator bob hertzberg still think bail punishes people for being poor and they still want to fundamentally change how california decides whether to let people accused of crimes out of jail before their trial but with that legislation on hold until next year there now also looking to learn more about the insurance companies that work with bailbond agents hertzberg says the more he's learned about bail the more your questions he has a people being gouged is the government created monopolies creating these crazy prices before we go any further here's a little background when someone in california is arrested and charged with a crime a judge often set a bail amount they must pay in order to get out of jail if the defendant doesn't have the money they can pay a fee to a bail bond agent who essentially promises the court they'll pay the full bail amount if the defendant skips out on court those bail agents are backed by insurance companies hertzberg and bond to say they want to know more about those under the radar insurance companies they wrote a bill that would require more over site of both bail agents insured he can anthony is and asked the department of insurance to steady the industry geoff clayton represents the insurance companies he's a lobbyist for the american bail coalition and he says he's baffled by the bell we already do a lot of stuff it's an spill we audit or agents regularly at least annually or required to buy by all form with the department of insurance we terminate somebody in if misconduct we have to tell the department so you know i'm really kind of confused.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on KKAT

"Radio with a polls and or back i'm howard stevenson with todd wyler and our next guest is well we actually have to this segment howard we've gotta jodie heart who is a government relations consultant for the bell bonds industry and with her geoff clayton who's the president of the american bail coalition are are you with us on the line jodie and jeff oh thank you get from on thank you thanks jeff thank you both for joining us and so this is a little bit of may be in in the weeds issue for some of our listeners it's one that i've been dealing with with you know my judiciary committee and some other community silence i have the there's been kind of a little bit of a turf battle between the courts and when i say the courts it's that would include the judges and some of the executives in what's called the administrative office of the courts and the bell blinds industry would one of you jodie your jeff kenna set the stage for what's been happening or what's about to happen right now sure so right now you have court attempting to implement what copy arnold foundation risk assessment tool and like i said it seemed quite we what we're seeing several other state did jody are you still there i think we lost you guys i'm here the jeff i think just on your on pick up were jeff left off how are you armitage court wreck havoc on post who ordered carpet pickering hunger repair or government run program court are the rebel what were probably guerrilla war or or recover court arctic go what are not worthy among owner cargo or wherever are over when hurtling back the morning crave prager important role over an hour eight hundred years or poor yeah government career hole wasteful or could pop yeah i agree with you i believe so much in privatesector solutions and when government enters in it seems like uh it it they just don't do as well because there's somebody uh with an economic interest in your whereabouts because you purchased a bail bond with your own finances yes and now and and sometimes your your mother may put up her car as collateral so you have a real interest in showing up for trial or whatever it is you're supposed to comply with and with the.

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"geoff clayton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"geoff clayton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The air today not a bulls lear so are awaiting the guest geoff clayton executive director of the american bail coalition to talk about this because i think is important it sounds like a good idea to me if you say listen the only reason you're locked up in jails because he can't afford to buy your wade out on bail if the answer is yes we got to 722 to rectify the however apparently the formula they're using islami allowing a lot of dangerous people to go free essentially with with no skin in the game and i think that's the problem if you have to put some money up if you have to put some collateral up or something to ensure that you make your court date you tend to let's face it and it doesn't mean you're not going to commit a crime all out on bail it happens from time to time but by and large you have something at stake there you realize the gravity of the situation wears if you just go k if you promise to show up were fine i think that's a big big big big problem we'll get a break it more to foul scott slum show newsradio 700 in 100 wlw here's at forecasts on the 700 wlw weather center got some clouds and showers on him off today maybe a thunderstorm high near eighty one chance of rain at your arms early tonight then cloudy and sixty four and tomorrow looks like it's our smooth they'll be at a slight chance of showers early on after their partly sunny and 85 thursday's looking good sunny and eighty seven is it the last gasp of summer when you push ninety in in late september woolsey or maybe it's going to be unusually warm winter fifty cents are 66 now and wet at newsradio 700 wlw traffic's been a nightmare long metra's out of sorts early.

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