From 'Boom' to Bust: 10 Years of Criminal Justice Change

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Ted Gest

A decade ago, when Crime and Justice News began providing daily summaries of important developments, criminal justice was, in one sense, “booming”: the incarcerated population was growing, despite a long-term decline in the crime rate. Taxpayer money spent on the justice system seemed like it had nowhere to go but up. Within five years, a
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