House Criminal Justice Chairman Credits Committee

Concord, NH – House Criminal Justice Chairman Terry Roy (R-Deerfield) released the following statement acknowledging the Criminal Justice Committee’s work passing HB318, relative to bail commissioners, the standards applicable to and the administration of bail, and making an appropriation.

“I am incredibly grateful for the work of my colleagues in ensuring the passage of this bill. Republicans on the Criminal Justice Committee used their years of experience to advocate for this legislation until the last vote. I am fortunate to have stood with Vice-Chair Rhodes and the rest of my Republican colleagues on the committee to valiantly fight to put politics aside and work together to ensure this bipartisan bill reaches Governor Sununu’s desk.”

“Fixing New Hampshire’s broken bail system was truly a team effort. I was inspired to watch the thoughtful, reasonable and balanced approach that my colleagues took in gathering input and proposing realistic commonsense solutions that will work to clean up our streets. Every single Granite Stater can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that we got the job done to keep you and your family safe.”