Assoc. Dean Oliver discusses Pennsylvanians being jailed for failure to pay court costs
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette interviewed Associate Dean Wesley M. Oliver, director of Duquesne Law’s criminal justice program, about the ACLU’s response to Pennsylvanians serving jail time because of their inability to pay fines and court costs.
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