In a system full of inconsistencies and heavy caseloads, Maine’s eight elected district attorneys focus on public safety and potential judicial reforms.
Bail reform and making substance use disorder treatment available to Maine’s incarcerated population are among 15 criminal justice bills to be considered this legislative session.
A lack of consistent data, district attorneys with differing agendas and inconsistencies with services offered around the state have many pushing for reforms to Maine’s court system.
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