When people on bail commit new crimes, they're often linked to drugs
from The San Diego Union-Tribune
Each year, tens of thousands of people land in a San Diego County jail. Some taste freedom briefly before being placed right back behind bars, accused of committing a new crime while out on bail. Most often, it's because of a drug crime. A look at nearly seven years of data from the District Attorney's Office provides a glimpse at how often people facing felony charges were accused of committing new felonies while out on bail.
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