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Arpaio to Ducey: Ariz. doesn’t need another private prison – azcentral.com

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Arpaio to Ducey: Ariz. doesn't need another private prison
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Critics, including Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, say opening another private prison is a waste of money. Arpaio suggested the state save money by housing inmates in county jails. Corrections is one of the few agencies whose budget Ducey proposes ...

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Arpaio to Ducey: Ariz. doesn’t need another private prison – azcentral.com

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Arpaio to Ducey: Ariz. doesn't need another private prison
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Critics, including Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, say opening another private prison is a waste of money. Arpaio suggested the state save money by housing inmates in county jails. Corrections is one of the few agencies whose budget Ducey proposes ...

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I’m the reason death penalty should be outlawed – Wausau Daily Herald

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I'm the reason death penalty should be outlawed
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Ricky Jackson spent 39 years on death row because police threatened to jail the parents of a 12-year-old boy if he didn't testify against Jackson after he told them he had lied about seeing Jackson kill a man. Until a county judge affirms that he was ...

Tucson physicians wary after tax identity theft – Arizona Daily Star

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Tucson physicians wary after tax identity theft
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Also in October, a federal judge in Tucson ordered 36-year-old Osabuohien Odyssey Oronsaye to pay nearly $50,000 in restitution and spend 364 days in prison for preparing tax returns with the names and Social Security numbers of people whose personal ...

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2 arrested in Phoenix for stealing luxury vehicles – AZFamily

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2 arrested in Phoenix for stealing luxury vehicles
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DPS says 30-year-old Mario Castillo, of Phoenix, and 27-year-old Lebuan Barranco, of Louisville, Kentucky, have been booked into Maricopa County Jail. Both are being charged with three counts of theft of means of transportation, conducting a chop shop ...
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2 arrested in vehicle thefts at Mercedes-Benz dealership – azcentral.com

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2 arrested in vehicle thefts at Mercedes-Benz dealership
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The vehicles were worth a combined total of $280,000 and had been taken from Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead. 635582575886787260-barranco. Lebuan Barranco (Photo: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office). 8 CONNECT 14 TWEETLINKEDIN 3 ...
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Police: Glendale man sold counterfeit sports merchandise – azcentral.com

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Police: Glendale man sold counterfeit sports merchandise
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Ralph Williard Jackson, 52, was being held Thursday in a Maricopa County jail on suspicion of a counterfeit mark violation. Jackson's arrest came on the heels of a Valley wide counterfeit crackdown, as officials attempted to curb the selling of fake ...

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End of an Era?

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The Prison Policy Initiative Research Clearinghouse was updated with a link to End of an Era? The Impact of Drug Law Reform in New York City by Vera Institute of Justice

Growth in Federal Prison System Exceeds States’

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The Prison Policy Initiative Research Clearinghouse was updated with a link to Growth in Federal Prison System Exceeds States' by Pew Charitable Trusts Public Safety Performance Project

When All Else Fails, Fining the Family:

January 30, 2015 by  
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The Prison Policy Initiative Research Clearinghouse was updated with a link to When All Else Fails, Fining the Family: First Person Accounts of Criminal Justice Debt by Center for Community Alternatives

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