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Q: How do state and federal prisoners differ?
A: A federal prison and a local jail are built nearly the same, but the difference lies in what they are used for. [ A local county jail is used to detain/incarcerate offenders for one year or less; the state prison is very similar to federal prisons that both incarcerate/rehabilitate and execute offenders. States generally have industries where offenders work and make furniture, license plates and
etc for the state. Federal prisons have fewer jobs but they also have the Supermax prisons that are like "animal cages" where offenders stay 23 hours a day. 1 hour a day they get to exercise, shower and etc. ]
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