Justice System Cost $755 Annually Per U.S. Resident in 2007: BJS Report

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The U.S. justice system cost $228 billion annually to operate as of 2007, a 171 percent since 1982, after adjusting for inflation, says the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics in a newly released compilation. Because the data preceded the recession, they are likely to be down today in many categories. Between 2002 and 2007, public
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