New York County Jails Nearly Free Of State Inmates

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In 1983, a New York county sheriff was so angered by a backlog of “state-ready” inmates sitting in his county jail that he drove a convicted burglar to a state prison and left the man handcuffed to a fence outside. Twenty years later, the number of state-readies held in local jails is at the lowest
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