How Old Is Too Old In “Get Tough” Imprisonment?

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When should elderly inmates be released? The Christian Science Monitor explores that issue. Corrections officials nationwide are debating the idea of releasing some of the elderly and infirm as seniors represent the fastest-growing segment of the prison population. With a prison and jail population exceeding 2 million, states must pay the rising cost of health
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