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    Protesters Want Reform at Riker’s Island Jails

    The Rikers Island facilities has ten jails which holds offenders waiting trial. The defendants are there because they cannot afford bail or were not given bail by the court. The other inmates at Rikers are doing sentences less than 12 months or are waiting transfer to another facility. View more

  • Close Women’s Prisons

    During the last three decades, the incarceration rate for women in the United states has increased 646%. Some states are higher and some states are lower, but overall, the statistics are alarming. For example, in Maine, a state which has one of the lowest incarceration rates in the United States, the incarceration rate for women increased 757% between 1977–2004.
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WHAT IS JAIL LIKE?

                                   Before we can discuss what jail is like, you need to understand the differences between a state prison and a jail. Most people on the outside do not understand that a state prison is different from a jail [...]

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Protesters Want Reform at Riker’s Island Jails

  The Rikers Island facilities has ten jails which holds offenders waiting trial. The defendants are there because they cannot afford bail or were not given bail by the court. The other inmates at Rikers are doing sentences less than 12 months or are waiting transfer to another facility. The average inmate population on any [...]

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Close Women’s Prisons

    – During the last three decades, the incarceration rate for women in the United states has increased 646%. Some states are higher and some states are lower, but overall, the statistics are alarming. For example, in Maine, a state which has one of the lowest incarceration rates in the United States, the incarceration [...]

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California stops race-based punishment

In 2006,  two guards were attacked by inmates at California’s High Desert State Prison. The warden ordered a full lockdown which restricted all African Americans in one wing of the prison to their cells for 14 months. For 14 months, there was no outdoor exercise, no education and/or rehabilitation programs, or prison jobs. California has [...]

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The Three R’s–Rehabilitation, Re-Entry, & Recidivism

Websters dictionary defines recidivism as follows:: “a tendency to relapse into a previous condition or mode of behavior; especially : relapse into criminal behavior.” The United States has twenty five percent of the world’s inmates despite having only five percent of the world’s population. One major reason for our substantial incarceration rate arises from our [...]

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What can Teresa Juidice bring to Federal Prison?

Almost all defendants, unlike Teresa and Joe Juidice, do not have the luxury of a delayed self-surrender to prison or jail. Teresa Juidice reports to federal prison in January of 2015. The delayed check-in does not really affect what she can bring to prison, but the late surrender can be very important since it will [...]

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