A new study by researchers at the Wisconsin School of Business suggests prison inmates are held an average seven percent longer at private facilities

The report found shorter terms for those serving in state prisons on similar sentences, and claims jailers with no experience are to blame for less early releases because of how they write-up inmates for violating the rules.


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