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Should the conditions of jails differ from those of prisons because jail inmates have not been convicted? Why or why not? How did Bell v. Wolfish affect the operations and conditions within jails? Do you agree with the decision in the case? (200 - 250 words with credible reference).

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The conditions in jails must and should differ from those in prisons for many reasons. First and foremost is the reality that many citizens who are in jail are only charged with crimes and have not been afforded their due process rights of a right to a trial by a jury of their peers. Therefore, a significant amount of people who enter jail will eventually be released and ...

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