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 The United States’ Most Dangerous Law Enacted 

  • Posted on January 2, 2023
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As the new comprehensive criminal justice reform law in Illinois goes into effect on Sunday, local law enforcement is planning new ways to effectively serve and protect law-abiding individuals, including a local sheriff. According to Kyle Bacon, sheriff of Franklin County, "We've put a lot of effort into getting ready for what's coming," Our top priority has been sorting through a thousand pages to figure out what our function is, what will change, and how we can best serve the people whose safety we are responsible for. The Safety, Accountability, Fairness, and Equity-Today (SAFE-T) Act of Illinois, which took effect on January 1st, completely overhauled the state's legal system with provisions like limiting the time when defendants can be considered flight risks and allowing defendants who are being monitored electronically to leave their home for 48 hours before being charged with eluding authorities. The United States The United States-The United States A few hours before the bill was intended to go into effect, the state's Supreme Court issued a stay of that part of the law. How Illinoisans feel about the SAFE-T ACT: According to Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau, he" believes" the law is the most hazardous he has ever seen. The proposed reforms have been the subject of "hundreds of hours of instruction and conversation." According to Bacon, who was elected as a sheriff in November. And there are just so many unanswered questions. He told Fox News, "My focus has been to ensuring that those who commit certain crimes can remain in jail." We put a lot of effort into offering the finest services we can, yet occasionally it feels like we're paddling against the current. Circuit Judge Thomas Cunnington's decision in favor of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed by numerous prosecutors and sheriffs around the state on Thursday was welcomed by worried Illinoisans like Bacon. The United States The United States-The United States The pre-trial release and bail provisions in the SAFE-T act are allegedly unlawful, according to the class-action lawsuit, which dozens of counties from throughout the state joined. The sheriff of Illinois advises prosecutors against being "Overzealous" in targeting victims and stopping crime. Officers will continue to operate within the bounds of the law, but the sheriff added, "There is caution and good sense as well, and we will use those." Law enforcement personnel, he continued. "their devotion remains to victims of crime." According to the sheriff, there are a lot of drug-related burglaries in Franklin County, which is in southern Illinois and has about 37,000 residents. According to Bacon, it never stops. "Every day." The United States The United States According to the sheriff, "there is no drug infraction other than one involving a pistol or a high-level drug felony that is detainable" under the SAFE-T Act. He worries that if low-level offenders who abuse drugs are freed right away from jail, not only would the considerable volume of these crimes continue, but they might also miss out on opportunities to quit using drugs. If the drug problem causes these murders and break-ins, it's a snowball effect," Bacon added. They are difficult for rural agencies to handle. I don't see much benefit in just scheduling someone and sending them out before they're even sober, he said on Fox News. It's worrying, but I hope I'm wrong.
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