Prison Industrial Complex
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When she was next pulled over, she was, of course, driving without a license.
IN 1890, THE U.S. Supreme Court almost declared the practice of solitary confinement in prisons to be unconstitutional.
Gaming the System: How the Political Strategies of Private Prison Companies Promote Ineffective Incarceration Policies — Justice Policy InstitutePaul Ashton, Justice Policy Institute Published: June 22, 2011
A detailed new federal lawsuit alleges chronic abuse and neglect of mentally ill prisoners at America's most famous prison. (First in a three-part series. ) Index of Photographic Exhibits to Plaintiffs' Complaint, Bacote, et al v.
The state sent Rafael Miranda, incarcerated on drug and weapons charges, to a similar halfway house, and he also escaped. He was finally arrested in 2010 after four months at large, when, prosecutors said, he shot a man dead on a Newark sidewalk — just three miles from his halfway house. Valeria Parziale had 15 aliases and a history of drugs and burglary.
Ms. Falcone was an inmate at the Albert M.
It was a car that landed Mr. Harris in New Jersey’s troubled system of halfway houses. In May 2009, the police pulled him over in a Mazda Millenia he had recently bought and found that he had not yet registered or insured it.