Information from a press release:
Assemblyman Steve Hawley is in Rochester this morning at the oldest home in that city -- the Ebenezer Watts Building. He is with victims impacted by the new criminal justice reforms, and law enforcement professionals and his colleagues from the Minority Conference.
They are gathered to call for Assembly Democrats to address the failing bail reforms that recently went effect into last month.
The members will also discuss their recently issued report "Criminal Justice Reform: Addressing the Issues with Bail and Discovery Reforms."
It provides an overview of the reforms that were passed in 2019, the perceived problems with the new laws, and solutions that should have been considered in a more deliberate process.
Also scheduled to attend are:
Assemblyman Peter Lawrence (R,C,I-Greece)
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster)
Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes (R,C-Caledonia)
Assemblyman Brian Manktelow (R,C,I,Ref-Lyons)
Senator Joseph E. Robach (R,C,IP-56th Senate District)
Senator Rich Funke (R,C,IP-55th Senate District)
Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley
Ontario County District Attorney James B. Ritts
Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty
Monroe County Undersheriff Korey K. Brown
Brockport Chief of Police Mark T. Cuzzupoli
Gates Chief of Police James VanBrederode
Ogden Chief of Police Christopher Mears
Greece Deputy Chief of Police Andrew Forsythe