The big paradox of justice in America, by Justin Roman

“There were about 250,000 jail beds in the early 1980s, and today there are more than 800,000 … Prosecutors have more beds to fill and they are doing so, and as a result more arrestees find themselves serving prison sentences than ever before. And some of them may be innocent.”

Washington Post’s Justin Roman reports on “The big paradox of justice in America”

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