Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a sweeping package of criminal justice reforms during his State of the State and Budget Address in Albany on Tuesday, including an end to cash bail in New York and regulatory framework to legalize marijuana for adults over the age of 21.

His message to the New York Legislature included a $175 billion spending plan that proposes increasing the Attorney Registration Fee and Criminal History Search Fee by $50 each in an effort to support indigent legal services statewide. Those fees would increase to $425 and $90, respectively.

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