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Companies charge defendants hundreds of dollars a month to wear the surveillance devices. If people can’t pay, they may end up behind bars. Dig deeper ( 20 Min. Read )
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The Golden State's sweeping 2011 prison downsizing and criminal justice reforms have led to a sharp increase in inmate deaths at county jails. Dig deeper ( 19 Min. Read )
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An immigration judge said he was “very sympathetic” to the teenager who cooperated with authorities, but still rejected his plea for asylum. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
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