The United States has the highest number of incarcerated people in the world with over 1.5 million behind bars. Of that number, more than 400,000 are awaiting trial. Many of them are still in jail because they can’t afford to pay bail. Because of this, several states are considering changes to their bail laws, including Michigan. Correspondent Dan Lieberman travels to the state to meet with advocates and opponents of bail reform.  

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