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Jessica Vaughan on California eliminating bail

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Jessica Vaughan on California eliminating bail

Jessica Vaughan is an outspoken opponent of illegal immigration. The director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies has been trying to make sense of absurdities in our criminal justice system that favor illegal immigrants. Now, her task has become much more difficult in California with the elimination of bail.

California’s quest to empower criminals continues with elimination of bail

http://noqreport.com/2018/08/29/californias-quest-empower-criminals-continues-elimination-bail/As a California resident, I can say it’s becoming more and more difficult to protect my family. As a legal immigrant, I can say it’s a debacle that this state holds my status with such little regard when compared to those who circumvented the system and came here illegally. The absurd has become the norm in California when laws like this can be enacted so easily.

In a conversation with Conservative Review’s Daniel Horowitz, Vaughan pointed out what should be obvious to all:

“This law will give criminal aliens in the opportunity to avoid justice and simply add to the lawlessness that is eroding the quality of life in California for all – citizen and immigrant alike.”

Source: Conservative Review

Jerry Brown just abolished bail in California – Conservative Review

https://www.conservativereview.com/news/jerry-brown-just-abolished-bail-in-california/Until now, at least the ones that stood trial and were ultimately convicted and sentenced to prison time would eventually be apprehended by ICE for deportation. Not any more. As Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, told me, “Illegal aliens know now that ICE may be waiting for them in court, thanks to the state’s sanctuary policies, since courtrooms are one of the few secure locations where ICE can still arrest deportable criminals in California.” Vaughan notes that if the lawmakers were true to their word, they would understand that all illegals should be defined as a flight risk, but California is not known for applying the law responsibly. “This law will give criminal aliens in the opportunity to avoid justice and simply add to the lawlessness that is eroding the quality of life in California for all – citizen and immigrant alike.”

Scarlett is a mom and a friend. She blogs for a living but really prefers to read more than write. She writes mostly about politics, but occasionally delves into book and movie reviews.

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