Americans Favor ‘Rehabilitation’ Over Jail Time, Survey Finds

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A significant majority of Americans believe putting people behind bars for non-violent offenses is wrong—and almost three-quarters favor “rehabilitation” over jail when such offenses are committed by those who suffer from mental illness, according to a Zogby Analytics/RTI International poll . . .

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