Three Strikes…and You’re NOT Out?

Posted by - February 28, 2020

(Chuck Muth) – Can we all agree that someone arrested for DUI is a serious potential threat to the community?  How about someone arrested for driving under the influence THREE times? Here’s the story of Jacquelyn Patricia Thornton, according to public records from the Las Vegas Municipal Court… On January 5, 2019 at 2:39 a.m.,

Ankle Monitors a Poor Substitute for Bail

Posted by - February 25, 2020

(Chuck Muth) – As noted in a recent Las Vegas Review-Journal article by Katelyn Newberg, Nye County has approved a new ankle monitoring program for certain individuals arrested for various crimes and then released while awaiting trial. To social justice warriors clamoring to end bail this sounds like a great idea.  But in reality, as is

NYC subway thief thanks Democrats after his 139th arrest

Posted by - February 21, 2020

If you don’t think New York new catch-and-release bail reform law is a complete disaster, check out this outrageous report by Danielle Wallace of Fox News… “A New York City man who’s now been arrested 139 times thanked Democrats for guaranteeing his immediate release despite repeatedly swiping hundreds of dollars from unsuspecting subway commuters since

Not Loving New York: Bail Reform = Epic FAIL Reform

Posted by - February 14, 2020

(Chuck Muth) – For those of you who haven’t had a personal run-in with the law, Mike Bebernes of Yahoo News helpfully explains what bail is… “Bail is a payment made by people accused of a crime so they can be released from custody while awaiting trial. It’s designed as an incentive to compel the

NYC: Bail Goes Down, Crime Goes Up, Film at 11

Posted by - February 8, 2020

(Chuck Muth) – According to a report by Charles Fain Lehman in the Washington Free Beacon this week… “Major crimes jumped in New York City in January, new data from the NYPD show, bucking the trend of decades of declining crime.” Hmm, wonder if anything significant happened in January that might explain this? “The new