https://www.wsj.com/articles/california-efforts-to-reduce-jail-population-during-covid-come-to-end-as-crime-rises-11660361898

More than two years after instituting policies to keep more nonviolent offenders out of jail to reduce populations during the pandemic, California’s biggest metropolitan areas are making a U-turn in the midst of rising crime.

Los Angeles, San Diego and Santa Clara are among the counties that recently stopped setting zero bail for certain misdemeanors and nonviolent felony offenses.

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