A Giant Loophole in the State's Bail System (8 p.m.)

A Giant Loophole in the State's Bail System (8 p.m.)

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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that defendants charged with statutory rape - where physical force was not used - can't be held in jail before trial. The decision also covers certain indecent assault and battery cases and stems from a case involving a suspended Lawrence cop charged with meeting a 13-year-old boy for sex. Essex County District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett joins Dan in studio to urge the legislators to close the loophole as quickly as possible.

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