Jeffrey Epstein's former lover told an appeals court she needed bail due to sleeping with a sock over her eyes because prison guards shine a torch into her room every 15 minutes.
Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers said she is "no monster" and claimed the women accusing her have changed their stories in a new attempt to get bail in her Jeffrey Epstein trafficking case.
Maxwell's latest plea to be released from jail in advance of her Epstein trafficking case has been rejected over "considerable uncertainty" about her application.
Ghislaine Maxwell has offered to give up her British and French citizenship in exchange for bail in her Jeffrey Epstein trafficking case—reminding some lawyers of the case of Roman Polanski.
Massachusetts Bail Fund has been criticized for helping to release a dangerous criminal back on to the street.
The non-profit faced a backlash on social media.
The cast and co-creator of the police-themed sitcom "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" announced that they are together donating $100,000 to help provide bail for people arrested during protests against the death of George Floyd.
A number of fundraising campaigns related to the death of George Floyd and bail expenses for those arrested while protesting his death have quickly become flooded with cash.
The judge rejected Kelly's request to be released citing that he is not at high risk, nor has he demonstrated that he is not a flight risk.
The district attorney's office called it a "troubling loophole" that must be closed.
The Bail Out program helped release 23 nonviolent offenders in time for Easter Sunday.
"I'm proud of that little girl to come forward."
"They are suspected in a number of troubling incidents in Queens in the last year or two."
A judge ruled the adults accused of holding starving children on a compound could be released upon posting bail.
A bail bonds businessman hopelessly searching the country for months for a fugitive was days away from signing a $30,000 check to the Tom Green County Court when he received "a blessing from God."
Low-level defendants will be released without bail in Manhattan as part of a national push to reform a system that regularly imprisons poor people for long stretches simply they can't afford to pay.
A judge granted his request to leave the house for the holiday.
Justice Department files an amicus brief in a Georgia case, arguing that poor defendants are denied equal protection when jailed solely for inability to pay bail.
"I'm very tired, and I'm divorcing my husband."