Ghislaine Maxwell will learn whether she’ll have to stay in jail pending her
Under normal circumstances, that might have been enough to keep her in jail — but the coronavirus outbreak has upended typical bail agreements, Nawaday added.
“All bail arguments look a little bit different now given COVID. That’s definitely in her favor,” Nawaday said. “More and more there is a push toward home confinement, especially holding people pretrial, when you still have the presumption of innocence.”