By Curtis Skinner
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The San Francisco City Attorney's Office on Monday sued a company it said worked with security guards and retail stores to extort shoplifting suspects into paying hundreds of dollars for a supposed educational program to avoid jail time.
The civil lawsuit filed against Utah-based Corrective Education Company, or CEC, said the company offers a pretrial diversion program to rehabilitate misdemeanor offenders instead of having them arrested and receive a criminal record.
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