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Solitary confinement in prisons could be limited or abolished

By Hicbd
Sat Mar 8 2014 4:26 pm

Solitary confinement may be more expensive to create, produce more violent and mentally ill inmates, and contribute to increased rates of recidivism. "At least 25,000 prisoners — and probably tens of thousands more, criminal justice experts say — are still in solitary confinement in the United States. Some remain there for weeks or months; others for years or even decades."


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