60% of people being held in American jails have yet to be convicted of a crime. Why?


Documentary short  -  6 minutes  -  2016  -  SundanceNow Doc Club

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LIMBO exposes and questions America’s broken criminal justice system, focusing on problematic bail regulations that discriminate against the poor and destroy young people’s futures. With pretrial defendants making up 60% of today’s prison population, America is spending $14 billion a year on keeping 500,000 people incarcerated. 

Directed by Razan Ghalayini