No Charges In North Carolina Jail Deaths

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North Carolina regulators have the authority to inspect local jails at any time when the care of inmates is in question. Charges can be filed against those who fail to provide proper supervision of inmates. For many years, the state Department of Health and Human Services unit tasked with making sure inmates are safe rarely investigated when one died, reports the Raleigh News & Observer in the third . . .

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