When the Legislature convenes in March, one of the most pressing issues it will face is reforming the state’s correctional system. Alabama has the most overcrowded prisons in the nation. Built to house 13,000 inmates, the state’s prison facilities today hold about 25,000. The prisons are understaffed and prisoners have been mistreated. When offenders are placed on probation in lieu…
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