Thousands in Ohio too poor to pay debts, jailed with no trial

(RT)   The American Civil Liberties Union is warning the US public against being bogged down in too much debt. The group has revealed figures showing a rising number of people who fail to pay their debts and fines end up behind bars without a court verdict. The practice is being criticized as unconstitutional, but it’s alive and kicking in the State of Ohio, as RT’s Marina Portnaya explains.


One Response to Thousands in Ohio too poor to pay debts, jailed with no trial

  • lakewood on the border of klevelandcops arrested a guy leaving a bar and getting into a cab.judge carol who owns freedom house gave you a choice 30 days at his freedom house or thirty days in jail freedom house is $1000/month .Some areas you have to pay them for everyday any meds jail so you never get out unless you ay the fine and your stay in jail

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