NC Prison Debate Focuses On Habitual Offender Law

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Eleven years ago, North Carolina’s prisons were so overcrowded that some convicts were paroled almost as soon as they arrived. It’s not so bad today, says the Raleigh News & Observer, thanks to a prison construction boom and revised sentencing laws that toughened penalties for violent offenders and steering nonviolent criminals to probation, drug treatment,
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