BailCo's own Andrew Marocchini has been featured in various local publications.
HARTFORD - The public got a chance Monday to weigh in on three proposals that would change Connecticut's criminal justice system in very different ways. One proposal would change which sex offenders would have to continue to appear on the sex offender registry; another proposes a constitutional amendment on pretrial release and detention, and a third would reduce a state sentence for a misdemeanor offense by one day to prevent more severe immigration consequences. The Sentencing Commission is preparing to make its recommendations to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the General Assembly for the start of the 2018 legislative session. The testimony from about 30 members of the public was emotional at times... Read More >
For years, bail bondsmen like Andrew Marocchini and Mary Anne Casey have been asking for help in cleaning up their industry, which they say has been plagued by unethical and illegal business practices... Read More >
The drive to reform the American bail system has brought together a broad swath of unlikely bedfellows, from Democrats such as Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to the conservative Koch brothers, from police and prosecutors to civil libertarian groups, but the movement faces a powerful adversary in the bail industry. Bail bondsmen are mobilizing against a proposal under consideration by lawmakers that would essentially eliminate cash bail for most defendants charged with nonviolent misdemeanors... Read More >