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for Popular Government Vol. 42 Issue 1, Summer 1976
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In 1972, the North Carolina Democratic presidential primary pitted Governor George C. Wallace against former Governor Terry Sanford. In 1976, Governor Wallace again ran in North Carolina's presidential primary; this time, however, he was confronted with a new face, former Governor Jimmy Carter. Turnbull examines statistics on the North Carolina presidential primary of 1976.
Bail, also called pretrial release, is a legal means of freeing a defendant before court disposition of criminal charges. This article reports on a set of data collected in Charlotte, North Carolina about how various factors affect bail risk and which forms of bail are most effective in controlling bail risk.