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Legislators are considering sentencing people committing low-level felonies to probation rather than prison.
Both sides will have to wait 30 days for the judge to make a decision.
The difficulty the DOC has had finding a place where a convicted killer can serve his parole demonstrates problems in the state's justice system.
Indiana’s jails have phased out a set of standards that was two decades old.
The Department of Corrections says it moved the convicted killer out of Jennings County because of safety concerns.
More women than ever are going to prison in Indiana, and because the majority of women serve sentences of between two and 10 years, most of them will get out.
Second District Congressional Candidate Brendan Mullen says he witnessed a black car pull up to his mailbox and hastily put something inside.
More than two-thirds of women in U.S. prisons are also mothers, and prison time can have devastating impacts on their families.
The number of women in Indiana prisons has increased 50 percent in the past decade, mostly because of drug-related charges.