NYPD accused of making arrests in violation of bail reform laws

A class-action lawsuit filed in New York Supreme Court this week accuses the New York City Police Department of violating bail reform rules that limit who police can arrest. The reforms, which took effect in January 2020, expand the circumstances under which police should issue a desk appearance ticket rather than making an arrest. According to the lawsuit, those reforms prevent police from arresting individuals facing DUI charges when their blood alcohol content is below 0.08%.
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