“Worst Jail Crisis” Projected For Georgia

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Dire budget projections for Georgia’s prison system means that some inmates must be released, says the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, quoting a sheriff. Sheriff Tyson Stephens of Emanuel County, a member of the state Board of Corrections, said sheriffs throughout Georgia are struggling to fund jails packed with convicted felons waiting for transfer into state prisons. Stephens
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