The Initial Collateral Consequences of Pretrial Detention

While a large body of research has examined the criminal justice consequences of pretrial detention, fewer studies have explored its collateral impacts. We present results from phone interviews conducted with 1,529 individuals arrested in New York City, exploring how participants’ employment, residential stability, and family relationships changed since their arrest, and whether pretrial detention was associated with those outcomes.

Below is a summary with key findings from the research. You can read the Full Report here.

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