New York barely squeaked by with a passing grade in an inaugural survey of pretrial services across the country.

The report, “The State of Pretrial Justice in America,” is an attempt by the Pretrial Justice Institute to chart and track the progress of pretrial improvement efforts year-over-year, according to Cherise Fanno Burdeen, the institute’s CEO.

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