David Karapetyan, 24, left, and Tobias Gutierrez, 25, listen to music on a Samsung tablet last week through a pilot program that offers the devices to inmates at Sacramento County Main Jail. A pilot program has brought 40 tablets into the jail for inmates to use for education and other classes, such as anger management and domestic violence.
David Karapetyan, 24, left, and Tobias Gutierrez, 25, listen to music on a Samsung tablet last week through a pilot program that offers the devices to inmates at Sacramento County Main Jail. A pilot program has brought 40 tablets into the jail for inmates to use for education and other classes, such as anger management and domestic violence. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
David Karapetyan, 24, left, and Tobias Gutierrez, 25, listen to music on a Samsung tablet last week through a pilot program that offers the devices to inmates at Sacramento County Main Jail. A pilot program has brought 40 tablets into the jail for inmates to use for education and other classes, such as anger management and domestic violence. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

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