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Lisa Borden Comments on Lawsuit Involving Private Probation Companies

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The north Alabama cities of Harpersville and Childersburg say that, in a lawsuit filed recently by indigent municipal court defendants, Judicial Correction Services Inc. raised fees without permission, used threats to collect money, and some of its employees wore badges and claimed to be "probation officers" when they were not. In this AL.com article, Lisa Borden said there is an element of finger pointing with the new lawsuit.

"I think the important point is that in earlier litigation JCS's defense was 'we're just doing what the city told us.' Now the cities say JSC was doing things that the cities didn't know about and didn't approve of," she said.

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