The American Civil Liberties Union is trying to get records to figure out what went wrong.
5 Strokes of Cane, 5 Years in Jail for Student Caught Selling Less Than 5 Grams of Weed in Singapore
This is the mandatory minimum punishment for drug trafficking in Singapore.
The United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Europe have all reported significant decreases in prisoner numbers since the pandemic began. Experts want it to stay that way.
Zhang Yuhuan's exoneration points to deeper issues within China's legal system, including its 99.9% conviction rate.
"It was depressing to be seen in a viral video like that and to uncover a side of me I never knew existed."
Darian Cuthbertson, who works at a North Carolina jail, begins every morning the same way: praying.
Authorities have responded to the risk by cancelling family visits to all Australian prisons—ratcheting up the risk of riots.
In the last week, a single confirmed COVID-19 case in a corrections officer ballooned to over 80 confirmed cases among other staff and inmates.
"I’m going to a Cat A, bare full of killers, and I’m absolutely shitting it about getting a cold."
"People are really nervous and scared, because once it hits, we're most likely gonna be left to fend for ourselves."
This behind-bars ink shop is preventing HIV and hepatitis, one teardrop tattoo at a time.
U.S. Coast Guard Officer Who Searched ‘How to Rid the U.S. of Jews’ Just Got 13 Years in Prison on Gun and Drug Charges
His case was widely seen as a test of the U.S. government’s ability to go after potential domestic terrorists before an attack.