Justice Watch: Jailhouse Snitching An 'Epidemic,' Defense Attorneys Say

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Defense attorneys say that inmates selling, stealing or trading for information in order to become bogus trial witnesses is at epidemic proportions at Miami's Federal Detention Center.

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Originally appeared in print as Proposed informant reform Jailhouse Snitching An 'Epidemic,' Defense Attorneys Say

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  • Manny Torres

    This attny is right on the money,,, the goverment is very aware of this epedimic , though they do not care if the person is or is not related to the case , they still listen to these 10 cent snithches looking for a "get out of jail" card ..

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