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www.diffen.com/difference/Jail_vs_Prison

What's the difference between Jail and Prison? A jail is used to temporarily detain those who are suspected or convicted of a crime. It is used for the short-term, ...

blog.jpay.com/comparing-and-contrasting-local-jail-and-state-or-federal-prison

Jun 10, 2009 ... People always want to know if there is a difference between jail and prison besides nomenclature. The answer is a definitive yes. They are ...

www.hg.org/article.asp?id=31513

Incarceration of any kind is designed to be an unpleasant experience. ... Although an inmate's rights are abridged compared to other citizens given their status ...

cleminfostrategies.com/whats-the-difference-between-prison-and-jail

You know how you're watching the news, and the reporter solemnly says a criminal will be spending his or her life in jail, or will serve a 20-year jail sentence , ...

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Jails are locally operated short-term facilities that hold inmates awaiting trial or ... Prisons are longer-term facilities run by the state or the federal government that ...

www.quora.com/What-are-the-similarities-between-prisons-and-jails

The most obvious similarity is that you are, no matter your level of incarceration, ... There are obviously many more differences than similarities. Plus, “jail” is a broad term. As every different jail has its own system. Usually, on ...

www.law.umich.edu/facultyhome/margoschlanger/Documents/Resources/The_Difference_Between_Jails_and_Prisons%20.pdf

Differences between jails and prisons. (prepared for Prisons Seminar, Harvard Law School, spring 2003). By Margo Schlanger. A jail is paradigmatically a ...

knowledgenuts.com/2014/01/20/the-difference-between-prisons-and-jails

Jan 20, 2014 ... This leads to jails being more dangerous than prisons in many ... Prepared for Harvard Law School: Differences between jails and prisons

www.bartleby.com/essay/Jails-and-Prisons-Comparison-FK2MAWZVJ

Prisons and jails hold some similar characteristics but are completely different models in which they serve in the criminal justice system. Some of the types of ...