South Dakota official: Prison reform working
By Kevin Burbach
PIERRE — A state law aimed at reducing South Dakota’s prison population and save money is working, South Dakota’s general counsel said Tuesday, saying that the number of offenders in drug courts has dramatically increased, leaving nonviolent offenders out of prison.
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