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    Too Much Money Spent on State Prisons

    Chelsea Bono

    Commentary

    Michigan, referred to as the “automobile” state a long time ago, is not in very good standing nowadays. Michigan used to be widely known for its thriving automobile industry, but now when people think of Michigan, the first thing that comes to mind is Detroit and all the ...

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    Court Ruling Alters the Criminal Justice System

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    A recent ruling by the United States Supreme Court addressed issues in the policy area of law crime that could greatly change the way Michigan's criminal justice system operates. They ruled that the sentencing of life in prison without parole to a juvenile is unconstitutional unless the juvenile was convicted of ...

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    Michigan's Prison Situation

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    The state of Michigan has been known for its large intake of prisoners and felons in the past decade. With one of the largest prison populations in the country Michigan is looking to change its image entirely by reducing the number of inmates. The prison situation, in general, has been a ...

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    Mental Health Courts

    Jessica Deloach

    In the opinion of some individuals, incarcerating someone who is mentally handicapped will do nothing to improve their way of life or the way they look at situations, which would in turn, be futile to the improvement and stability of the community. If, instead, they were sentenced to treatment to care ...

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    Information-led policing

    Jessica Deloach

    According to The Detroit News article on the Detroit murder toll, Police Chief Evans discussed some of his new policy implementations. In this description, he described the increased reliance on statistics that will be used. According to this article, "Police officials now use statistics to locate crime hot spots...Detroit discarded the ...

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    Overflow of Pennsylvania prisons saves Michigan jobs

    Jessica Deloach

    Pennsylvania agreed to send about 2,000 inmates to a Michigan medium-security prison in Muskegon last week. This prison was on the verge of shutting down and in the process, would have cost Michigan about 260 jobs in the Muskegon area. This decision to harbor inmates from other prisons is a decision that ...

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    The Release of Prisoners in Michigan

    Jessica Deloach

    Many budget cuts have occurred along with the state of the economy in Michigan. One of the current debates is based on the fact that prisoners are being released into society on or before before their minimum sentence and this has been a huge issue for Michigan citizens. Many prisoners are ...

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    Prison Closings

    Leah Francour

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