Sex Offender Recidivism Unlikely, Wa. Study Says

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To deal with prison overcrowding, Washington State lawmakers could go easier on the type of inmate least likely to reoffend: sex offenders, says the Seattle Times. An analysis of felon recidivism over the past two decades has found that 70 percent of inmates convicted of sex offenses were at the lowest risk of reoffending. Yet
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