Court Fees Create ‘Endless Cycle of Debt’ for Poor

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Lawmakers should reduce court fines and other means of collecting criminal justice debt from the poor and reevaluate the judicial process that lands individuals in prison “simply because they are unable to pay their debts,” according to a study forthcoming in the Maryland Law Review. For instance, courts could eliminate reimbursement charges for public defenders
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