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Resource ID: #28389
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: The Marshall Project
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Date: February - May 2018

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“Too Sick for Jail — But Not for Solitary” revealed for the first time the devastating toll of Tennessee's “safekeeper” law that puts people in solitary confinement who are mentally ill, pregnant or juveniles despite not being convicted of any crime — and sparked prompt changes to the state's 150-year-old law.

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