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Inmate Returns Home

Inmate Returns Home

Inmate, Walter Unbehaun, was granted his wish to go home, when a federal judge ordered a 31/2 year prison sentence for a 2013 bank robbery. The judge noted that the defendant had numerous convictions since he was a young man and had spent most of his adult life in prison since he was 22. Walter Unbehaun was released from prison at the age of 72 in 2011. Relatives purchased a trailer home for him. He spent his days watching television. He ...

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Sad Week for Lower Recidivism

Sad Week for Lower Recidivism

  It was just last month that prisonpath.com  discussed, in "Inmates are Coming," that Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed a plan, to offer college programs at ten New York state prisons. Immediately, there was an outcry against this program. The program would have offered associate and bachelor degree education at 10 prisons, one in each region of the state. New York currently spends about $60,000 per year on each prisoner. Gov. Cuomo’s press release indicated it would cost approximately $5,000 per year to educate ...

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Baltimore City Scandal Continues: Guards, Gangs, Drugs, & Money

Baltimore City Scandal Continues: Guards, Gangs, Drugs, & Money

Fourteen former and current prison guards were arrested last week for allegedly aiding a notorious prison gang with drug and smuggling activities. This new round of charges comes upon the arrests last spring of thirteen corrections officers and leaders of the Black Guerrilla Family at the Baltimore City Detention Center and Central Booking and Intake Center. Tavon White, a leader of the Black Guerrilla Family, impregnated four correctional officers. An investigation had revealed certain female guards had smuggled cell phones, ...

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Correctional  Connections

Correctional Connections

  In some ways, prisons are similar to the outside world. Many times, it is not what you know, but "It's Who You Know." There are different connections in prison, but this article will focus on one obvious connection between correctional officers and inmates. We are always reading articles about the problem of contraband in prisons. The outside world is shocked at inmates having easy access to drugs, cell phones, and other contraband. Some of this contraband is smuggled by a ...

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The Beginning of the End of Halfhearted Re-Entry

The Beginning of the End of Halfhearted Re-Entry

During the last six months, Attorney General Eric Holder has announced new policies for prison reform and the reduction of our high recidivism rates. The reforms announced previously focused on the overkill of charging defendants which resulted in long  sentences for nonviolent offenders. On March 24, it was announced that the Federal Bureau of Prisons will order new requirements for the 200 plus federal halfway houses in the United States. Federal halfway houses shall provide appropriate treatment to returning citizens ...

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Prison Path Mission: When a first time offender is imprisoned, the inmate's family is left alone, frightened and confused. Understandably, the family's first priority is to locate their loved one and find out about visitation. Prison Path's free prison search will provide all of this information and more, at no cost to the user. Family members will be able to find the exact location of their loved one throughout their incarceration, learn the visitation rules for each respective facility, as well as other essential information that the family will need immediately and throughout the term of the inmate's incarceration. During such a stressful time, family members need to be able to access important information in an efficient manner.