Budget Crunch Leads To More Prisoner Releases

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Los Angeles County jail officials have been releasing as many as 600 inmates each day in the last year before their sentences are completed. The Christian Science Monitor says the year’s total is 47,000. The offenders are nonviolent – drunken drivers, shoplifters, car thieves, but the releases have stirred controversy over whether the savings is
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