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And indepth look at the trial of Kevin Mitnick. Fully cited. References included.
The standard for pretrial release as stated by the American Bar Association recommends that "the law favors the release of defendants pending determination of guilt or innocence. Deprivation of liberty pending trial is harsh and oppressive in that it subjects persons who's guilt has not yet been judicially established to economic and psychological hardship, and interferes with their ability to defend themselves" (American Bar Association, 1968, p9). A period of 49 months prior to trial would most certainly be considered harsh and oppressive, denying various liberties provided to us such as…
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