New York criminal defense attorney James Magee, a Democrat, has seen first-hand how bail reform hurt the weak and vulnerable that his party vows to protect. When his district’s Democrat state assemblywoman Catherine Nolan announced retirement in February, opening her seat up for the first time in more than three decades, Magee jumped into theNew York criminal defense attorney James Magee, a Democrat, has seen first-hand how bail reform hurt the weak and vulnerable that his party vows to protect.
When his district’s Democrat state assemblywoman Catherine Nolan announced retirement in February, opening her seat up for the first time in more than three decades, Magee jumped into the race.
“A refusal to prosecute crime cannot be a part of this party’s platform. I am running to reverse this trend and show that the Democratic Party can govern sensibly on public safety,” Magee told The Epoch Times.
Magee was raised by a working-class family in Sunnyside, a neighborhood on the west side of Queens borough in New York City…. …Read More

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