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November 18, 2007

Online symposium on "pay-to-stay" prisons

As detailed in this post at Concurring Opinions, the Michigan Law Review’s companion journal First Impressions today has this new online symposium on "Pay-to-Stay Programs in Correctional Facilities."  Though I do not view the "pay-to-stay" phenomenon to be the most pressing concern in the world of sentencing and corrections, the pieces in this symposium all seem worth a read.  Here are the titles:

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As a Former defense attorney I have found that, for certain cases and situations "pay to stay" is a win win for both the Defendant and the Court, including the People of the State of California. However I agree it is not the best solution in most cases.

Posted by: Richard R. Hurley | Jan 28, 2019 7:00:05 PM

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