U.S. Appeals Court Vacates Injunction Halting City's Practice of Jailing Those Too Poor to Post Bail

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A federal appellate panel in Atlanta whose members had offered blistering verbal critiques of lawyers defending the city of Calhoun's practice of jailing people too poor to post misdemeanor bonds nevertheless have handed the city an appellate win.

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