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Jails have empty beds after reduced sentences

By WALTER C. JONES

Morris News Service

ATLANTA – Changes in Georgia laws last year that lightened the sentences for many non-violent crimes is resulting in empty jail bunks across the state, Corrections Commissioner Brian Owens told legislators Wednesday.

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