Policies, not 'bad apples,' are behind racial disparities in jail, say researchers

Long-standing policies and deeply rooted inequity—rather than a few “bad apples” in the criminal justice system—likely explain why Black defendants in certain parts of the country are more likely than others to be held in jail before trial, according to new research from the University of California, Berkeley.

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