L.A. County Opens Jail Doors Early to Save Money

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To save money, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca is releasing an average of 130 criminals a day from jails after they have served only a fraction of their sentences, a windfall to convicts that police, prosecutors and judges say is undermining the local justice system, reports the Los Angeles Times. Rather than shrink street
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