Probation Costs Too Much, So He Chose To Go Back To Jail

For Chainnaron Soeurn, the cost of being on probation added up to more than $2,200 a year. That includes court costs, restitution fees and drug tests.

By Courtney CollinsDecember 21, 2018 9:30 am, , ,

From KERA:

A lot of people see prison as the last resort — the ultimate thing to avoid. Then there’s Chainnaron Soeurn. After he was released, the struggle to pay the costs of probation was so tough that he chose to go back behind bars.

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