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Felon’s Voting Rights in Europe

Felon’s Voting Rights: THE VIEW ACROSS THE ATLANTIC Recently 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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Virginia Prison Inmate Locator

Virginia Prison Inmate Locator: Federal Virginia Prison Inmate locator: State Virginia Jail Inmate locator: By County and/or City Accomack County Inmate Locator Albemarle County Inmate Locator Allegany County Inmate Locator Amelia County Inmate Locator Amherst County Inmate Locator Appomattox County Inmate Locator Arlington County Inmate Locator Augusta County Inmate Locator Bath County Inmate Locator Bedford […]

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Inmate Abuse: A Video Account from the Country of Georgia

© 2012 Human Rights Watch Inmate Abuse More Coverage: Report of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment on Georgia (2010) Official Website of the Ombudsman of Georgia (in English) The abuse captured in this footage is profoundly disturbing. The authorities need to ensure full accountability – including criminal […]

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Folsom Prison Riot – Again

13 wounded in Folsom prison riot Associated Press REPRESA – A riot Wednesday at a California prison holding many of the state’s most hardened criminals left 13 inmates hospitalized, one of whom was shot by correctional officers. The disturbance inside a yard at the California State Prison, Sacramento in Folsom involved an unknown number of […]

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Should Felons Gain Their Right to Vote?

The right to vote for felons discharged from prison vary from state to state. For example,there are thirteen states that allow probationers and parolees to vote. Nineteen states allow felons the right to vote upon completion of their sentence. Four states including Virginia prohibit voting again. If felons have paid their debt to society, why […]

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Innovative National Prison Website Officially Launches Public Beta

Created by a former inmate, provides free information about prisons and jails throughout the country to inmates and their families. Silver Spring, Maryland (PRWEB) September 24, 2012 New prison search engine officially launches its public beta today for new inmates and their families in the United States. There is confusion and fear of the unknown […]

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How Will Ex-Cop Drew Peterson Fare in Prison?

This month, a jury found Drew Peterson, a former Illinois police sergeant turned flamboyant criminal, guilty of the 2004 murder of his ex-wife Kathy Savio. Now, hundreds had gathered to celebrate. Dateline NBC’s Hoda Kotb reports. By Andrew Mach, NBC News As a former police officer, Drew Peterson may have a tougher time behind bars […]

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Governor Chris Christie, New Jersey, and Prisons

Governor Chris Christie gave the key note address at the Republican convention. Many of the pundits were not happy with his speech which was a recitation of his life and accomplishments. By now, we all are aware that the Governor was an aggressive United States Attorney for the state of New Jersey. What do we […]

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HUFFINGTON POST: California Prison Overcrowding, Prisoners To Go Back To CA

This article comes to us courtesy of California Watch. With severe overcrowding easing in state lockups, California is winding down a controversial deal with the nation’s biggest private prison operator and will bring thousands of inmates housed in facilities as far away as Mississippi back to California within the next few years. Currently, some 9,500 […]

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