‘A Severe Inability to Pay’ Criminal Processing Fees in S.F.

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The costs of processing crime in San Francisco has left the city’s convicted criminals with millions of dollars in unpaid debt. Many people can’t afford to pay the extra administrative fees that accompany the criminal court fines. The Board of Supervisors will vote today on whether to waive unpaid debt that's owed to the city and cancel future administrative fees to help low income people with reentry after crime.

Guest: Alex Emslie, criminal justice reporter for KQED

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