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Certain states, including Arizona, have begun scrapping court costs and fees for people unable to pay – two experts on legal punishments explain why

By Alexes Harris, Professor of Sociology, University of Washington
Alex R. Piquero, Professor of Sociology & Criminology and Arts & Sciences Distinguished Scholar, University of Miami
The imposition of fines and fees on people unable to pay has had a disproportionate impact on Black and Latino communities.The Conversation

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