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12 Oct 2016

After teaching himself the law, Flint prisoner may go free

  Omar Pouncy of Flint seemed to have luck on his side when, after teaching himself the law while serving what amounted to a life

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09 Oct 2016

Parental Incarceration is More Damaging to Children

Loaded on OCT. 3, 2016 by Christopher Zoukis published in Prison Legal News October, 2016, page 60 Filed under: Advocacy, Statistics/Trends, Cost of Prison Systems,

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09 Oct 2016

U.S. Department of Justice Finds Fault with Privatized Federal Prisons

Loaded on OCT. 3, 2016 by Christopher Zoukis published in Prison Legal News October, 2016, page 22 Filed under: Private Prisons, Corrections Corporation of America,

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09 Oct 2016

Obama reducing 102 inmates’ sentences

Another 102 prison inmates learned Thursday their sentences are being reduced by a stroke of President Barack Obama’s pen, the latest batch in a record-setting

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09 Oct 2016

Government chemist purposely made Black folks results come back positive

Government chemist purposely made Black folks results come back positive sent over 20,000 innocent people to prison

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08 Oct 2016

How Would You Feel?

How would you feel, If I talked to you, The way you have spoken to me? How would you feel, If I got sick so

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08 Oct 2016

Journey of a life

Time passes with an eye glimpse The mind oppresses the heart The heart yearns to be free This is the life; this is the struggle

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08 Oct 2016

Hillsborough jail rescue video turns inmates into heroes

  The shocking video of a prisoner sneaking up behind detention Deputy Kenneth Moon and choking him had been on the local news and all

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08 Oct 2016

The Innocence Project

The Innocence Project, founded in 1992 by Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld, is a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted

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08 Oct 2016

Five Prison Charities Helping Inmates Give Back

Convicted of a crime and placed behind bars, inmates can find a million ways to spend their time. Read, work out, dream of better days

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