Many Probations

August 2, 2014 1:00 PM

Getting off easy: Jackson County gives many violent criminals probation, data show

Hundreds of violent criminals in Jackson County get probation rather than long prison terms. Some get such deals repeatedly. The result: ‘Authorities are, in effect, enabling crime.’

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