November, 2012 | Prison Inmate Search

November 2012 - Prison Inmate Search

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Pregnant Prison Inmates – Shackles or No Shackles

Pregnant in Prison It is hard to believe that in 2012, in the United States, that pregnant prison inmates are still shackled during labor and childbirth. The International Business News in the following article reports that Virginia will no longer continue with restraints that prohibit movement during labor and birth. While¬† reading this article, you […]

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Innocent Mistakes

Sometimes, an innocent mistake can lead to prison. It is not often, but your actions, despite the lack of any criminal intent, can result in your incarceration. The following story is a classic example of wrong directions leading to the wrong destination. Trucker Who Made Wrong Turn Freed From Mexican Prison (ABC News) A Dallas […]

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Holiday Blues

Almost all families enjoy spending time together during the holiday season. This time of the year can be very hard and sad for both the inmates and their families. We at Prisonpath.com have prepared a list of tips and suggestions that will hopefully ease some of the sadness and angst of separation. First – The […]

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Ex-offenders: America’s Untouchables

While I was researching another topic, I came across this eye opener. Ex–offenders are the untouchables of our American society. You have completed your sentence, but you are forever branded a felon. This American caste is not only defined by the loss of the right to vote and the right to serve on a jury, […]

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Voter Suppression

VOTER SUPPRESSION AFFECTS NOT ONLY FORMER INMATES, BUT IMPACTS MINORITIES, THE ELDERLY, AND THE POOR. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE REVEALS THE HARSH REALITY OF AMERICAN POLITICS ON THE EVE OF OUR NATIONAL ELECTIONS: INTER PRESS SERVICE Voter Suppression Tactics Likely to Affect U.S. Election By Matthew Cardinale Posting billboards with misleading information about voter fraud is […]

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Felon’s Voting Rights in Europe

Felon’s Voting Rights: THE VIEW ACROSS THE ATLANTIC Recently prisonpath.com presented info-graphs about felon’s voting rights in the United States. The punishment of disenfranchisement varied from state to state. The following article by a former English inmate is not only articulate, but reinforces the proposition that voting rights are important to rehabilitation. Increased rehabilitation leads […]

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