Join women in bail leaders from around the country for an open discussion on bail, pretrial release, criminal justice reforms and other related issues.
Currently, there are hundreds of bail agencies around the country working alongside the courts and law enforcement to guarantee the appearance of tens of thousands of defendants in court. Working and living in their communities, these agencies are primarily women and minority owned and often multi-generational. Hosted by some of the great women in the bail industry, the “National Women in Bail” webinar series was designed to celebrate the diversity of the bail industry by inviting engaging and interesting guest panelists to talk bail and other related criminal justice topics. These webinars are open to all licensed bail agents across the country.
"National Women in Bail" series is sponsored by the American Bail Coalition.
Joining our hosts will be Sacramento County CA District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert.
Anne Marie Schubert is a career prosecutor with 30 years of law enforcement experience. As a Sacramento County prosecutor, she spent most of her career prosecuting some of Sacramento’s most dangerous criminals – murderers, rapists and child molesters.
One of Anne Marie’s passions is the pursuit of justice through DNA evidence and cold case prosecution. In 2002, she formed the Cold Case Prosecution Unit, and served as its first prosecutor. Today, she is a nationally recognized in her knowledge of forensic DNA. The Sacramento DA’s office is proud to train and assist other law enforcement agencies across the country in the use of DNA and Investigative Genetic Genealogy to solve violent crime. Anne Marie is also very involved with legislation, policy and best practices of the responsible use of Investigative Genetic Genealogy.
Anne Marie has also created innovative community programs focused on helping children by combatting truancy, educating our youth, and honoring citizens who have helped to serve justice