The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to grant certiorari to a bail bonds underwriter and a criminal defendant challenging the constitutionality of New Jersey’s bail reform law.

The court said Monday it would not hear the appeal in Holland v. Rosen, which presented the question of whether a New Jersey law favoring nonmonetary restrictions over monetary bail is an unnecessary restriction of pretrial liberty in violation of the Eighth Amendment, the Due Process Clause or the Fourth Amendment.

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