JEFFERSON CITY — Although its prison rolls have remained relatively stable over the past eight years, Missouri is looking for ways it can divert more offenders to enhanced probation and treatment programs that could save the state millions of dollars currently spent on locking up people.
Missouri seeks to analyze criminal sentences
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