In California, 'Pay To Stay' Option Offers Upgraded City Jail Cells Alysia Santo of the Marshall Project talks about its joint investigation with the Los Angeles Times into "pay to stay" programs, where defendants can serve time in more comfortable jails for a fee.
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In California, 'Pay To Stay' Option Offers Upgraded City Jail Cells

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In California, 'Pay To Stay' Option Offers Upgraded City Jail Cells

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In California, 'Pay To Stay' Option Offers Upgraded City Jail Cells

In California, 'Pay To Stay' Option Offers Upgraded City Jail Cells

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Alysia Santo of the Marshall Project talks about its joint investigation with the Los Angeles Times into "pay to stay" programs, where defendants can serve time in more comfortable jails for a fee.