On Tuesday, Public Defender and OSI-Baltimore Leadership Council member Todd Oppenheim held a Bail Info Session at the Motor House in Station North, hosted by Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.

Participating in the conversation along with Oppenheim were Caryn York, leader of bail-reform advocacy group Coalition for a Safe and Just Maryland (Open Society Policy Center is a member), and activist Kwame Rose, who talked about his experiences with Baltimore City’s bail system

OSI-Baltimore displayed photos from its #Unconvicted photo series, which tells the stories of people spending extended periods in jail because they were unable to pay cash bail.

Posted in Baltimore Justice Report