LA Frees 1,900 Inmates Under Justice Reform Law

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More than 1,900 Louisiana inmates are walking out of prisons across the state Wednesday before their sentence is completed, The Advocate reports. It’s the first step in a comprehensive criminal justice package aimed at cutting prison populations that have made Louisiana a leader for having the nation’s highest incarceration rate. Some 82 percent of prisoners being freed were serving their . . .

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