Brunswick County sheriff's deputies watch as an alligator measuring over 12 feet ambles off N.C. 133 near Belville, N.C.
Brunswick County sheriff's deputies watch as an alligator measuring over 12 feet ambles off N.C. 133 near Belville, N.C. JAMIE MONCRIEF AP
Brunswick County sheriff's deputies watch as an alligator measuring over 12 feet ambles off N.C. 133 near Belville, N.C. JAMIE MONCRIEF AP

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    Mecklenburg County Sheriff's office says the new system is more secure and provides ease of use. Inmate's rights advocates say face-to-face visits, even through glass, provide a connection that video can't.