Credit: The Associated Press

In a federal court settlement filed Wednesday, Corinth officials promise that arrestees will see a judge within 48 hours, as state rules require; that most people on misdemeanor charges will be released without having to pay money up front for bail; and that bail for a handful of violent misdemeanor offenses will be set according to the defendant’s ability to pay, states an Associated Press report published in The Meridian Star.

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