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Massachusetts Criminal Data Shows Harsh Punishments for Non-Violent Misdemeanors Raises Odds of Re-Arrest
Massachusetts Criminal Data Shows Harsh Punishments for Non-Violent Misdemeanors Raises Odds of Re-Arrest

Massachusetts data from Suffolk County has been used in a major report by a national nonpartisan research institute that shows that harsh punishments for non-violent misdemeanors raises the odds of re-arrest. The results from the study came from the period between 2004 and ...

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    Massachusetts data from Suffolk County has been used in a major report by a national nonpartisan research institute that shows that harsh punishments for non-violent misdemeanors raises the odds of ...

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