Reformers Urge Easing Arizona’s Sentencing Laws

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Arizona could save $40 million by sending one out of five non-violent inmates to drug treatment programs instead of prison, argues the advocacy group Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), the Arizona Republic says. Maricopa County prosecutors disputed the report, which declared the state’s justice system broken. FAMM said Arizona’s long, mandatory sentences for repeat offenders
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