June Carbone
Robina Chair in Law, Science and Technology

Prof. Carbone’s Research on the Administration of Bail Cited by The New Yorker

Professor June Carbone’s research on the administration of bail was cited in The New Yorker, in an article broadly examining the history and current state of the money-bail system. Citing a time when bail allowed the accused to remain free until trial only by identifying a guarantor for the amount that they owed if convicted—without putting up any money—the article quotes Carbone’s research naming this model the “last entirely rational application.”