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No one - at least, no one in elite policy-wonk circles - is a bigger fan of incarcerating known, adjudicated adult and juvenile criminals than me," he wrote in a 1996 article for Slate.
53] Finally, von Rochau intimated that the authorities were especially out of line in incarcerating a noblewoman.
The court found that the officials responsible for incarcerating the arrestee for misdemeanor violations violated the arrestee's due process rights by failing to afford him an opportunity to post bail as required under state law.
This additional cost is drastically lower than the $40,000 per year costs in simply incarcerating a person.
Can policymakers decrease crime rates by incarcerating more offenders for longer periods of time?