3-Strikes Law Has Been Expensive and Ineffective, Study Says

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A decade after it was enacted, California’s three-strikes sentencing law has had little impact on violent crime while costing taxpayers $8 billion to imprison tens of thousands of felons, most of them for nonviolent offenses, according to a study released Friday. The report by the Washington, D.C.-based Justice Policy Institute also found that blacks have
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