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Resource ID: #7300
Subject: Courts
Source: Courier (Evansville, Ind.)
Date: 1990-05-17



Evansville (Ind.) Courier loaded data from 545 felony cases into a computer and found that only 9 percent of cases were going to trial--the rest were being plea-bargained; race and economic status had an impact on time served, and too many public defenders had caseloads that left them virtually ineffective for their poor clients.

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