Lawsuits Allege Michigan County Jails Ban In-Person Visits for Profit


Lawyers involved in the lawsuits highlight the broader implications of such practices, noting a national trend of replacing in-person visits with electronic communications in jails across the country. They emphasize the importance of preserving family connections and condemning the profit-driven motives behind such bans.

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The lawsuits aim to challenge the profit-driven practices that prioritize financial gain over the well-being of families and detainees. Lawyers advocating for the plaintiffs underscore the fundamental right of families to maintain meaningful connections and oppose measures that perpetuate separation for profit.