There shall be maintained in each county in this state, at the expense of the county,
a county jail for the detention, safekeeping, and confinement of persons and prisoners
lawfully committed. Nothing in this article shall be construed to compel the erection of jails in counties
having a population of less than two thousand or when the county owns a jail erected
in any other place in the county.
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