Increased Number of Elderly Prisoners Makes Feds Take a Second Look at Compassionate Release

In 2014, inmates age 50 and older were the fastest growing, and most expensive, segment of the federal inmate population, largely as a result of the tough-on-crime sentencing laws enacted over the past several decades. According to the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice, elderly inmates (50+) increased

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