It’s barely been two weeks since New York state’s law allowing for the immediate release of criminals without bail officially took effect, but it has already had lifelong ramifications for New Yorkers.

What’s worse, if Democratic presidential contender Sen. Bernie Sanders has his way, he’ll mandate this dangerous practice nationwide, releasing criminals without bail in all 50 states.

In fact, Sanders, I-Vt., said: “New York did the right thing by reforming its bail law.” But the new law has created a merry-go-round of arrest, immediate release, new crime, arrest, immediate release, repeat.

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Unfortunately, the people left dizzy by this dangerous Democratic-peddled carnival ride are the very people the justice system is sworn to protect.

Just this week, right around the corner from my house where my wife and I raise our family, a local man with an ever-growing rap sheet was charged with killing a 27-year-old man while driving drunk.

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