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A group of crime victims from Utah and the American Civil Liberties Union Wednesday ramped up their legal fight over the potential release of hundreds of inmates from the state’s prisons and jails with each side accusing the other trampling on their legal rights.

The ACLU of Utah has demanded the state “significantly reduce” the state’s incarcerated population. It has called for the immediate release of hundreds of prisoners.

Among those who would be sprung under the ACLU’s plan include a former bishop in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing two children, a man accused of kidnapping and murdering two teenagers in 2017 and a woman who allegedly purchased bacteria that can cause staph infections to kill her roommate.

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