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Jails in New Orleans and Cleveland have had significant population drops, yet conditions of confinement remain poor. Communities harmed by these jails should experiment with new accountability measures to maintain political pressure against jail administrators.
People freed from jail on their own recognizance miss more court appearances because of disproportionate conditions placed on their release, a new study suggests.