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You’re Nice Piggie Nope Right Way To Wear Mask Shirt completely misinterpreting Bearden. Someone with your perspective ought to be applauding that ruling. Before it, there was no barrier to locking people up for failure to pay fines. Bearden established that you can only imprison people for failure to pay fines if they clearly can pay. They didn’t go far enough in establishing what “willfully” meant, and so it’s continued to be abused, but it was abused a lot more BEFORE Bearden. I don’t think this is the same. If you owe someone money and don’t pay, I am fine with punishment for that. Being homeless doesn’t have a victim though.