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Corrupt ‘Kids for Cash’ judge ruined more than 2,000 lives
Sandy Fonzo of Wilkes Barre screams at former Judge Mark Ciavarella saying that he was responsible for her son's suicide on the steps of the federal courthouse in Scranton in 2011.
Mental Health | The Marshall Project
The best criminal justice reporting tagged with "Mental Health," curated by The Marshall Project.
Top 400 Prison Movies Prisonmovies.net
Deserters and other wartime miscreants fight for dignity and justice in a desert prison.
15 to Life | POV | PBS
Does sentencing a teenager to life without parole serve our society well? The United States is the only country in the world that routinely condemns children to die in prison.
JUDICIAL CORPORAL PUNISHMENT: video clips: Malaysia
On this page is video footage of a genuine judicial punishment session in Malaysia, including several complete canings, ranging from a couple of one stroke punishments to one of twenty strokes.
Women Face Many Obstacles After Prison Release | Humane ...
To take a penetrating look at the needs and challenges of society's disenfranchised—the denizens of our streets, the emotionally and physically incarcerated, children in juvenile hall and in unsettled homes.
San Bernardino: Broken City Los Angeles Times
San Bernardino, once a sturdy, middle class "All America City," is now bankrupt, the poorest city of its size in California, and a symbol of the nation's worst urban woes.
11 People Who Used to Be in Jail — But Are Now Changing ...
Source: Daniel Patterson. Darius Clark Monroe served three years of a 5 year sentence at the Jim Ferguson Unit prison in Midway, Texas, for bank robbery.
List of sports films
This compilation of films covers all sports activities. Sports films have been made since the era of silent films, such as the 1915 film The Champion starring Charlie Chaplin.
What Did Cyntoia Brown Do? Here Are The Facts.
On December 6, the Tennessee Supreme Court ruled that Cyntoia Brown, a woman convicted of first degree murder as a teen, would have to serve 51 years in prison before being eligible for parole.

juvenile prison documentary struggles for larger point

juvenile prison documentary struggles for larger point