Life in Prison
"If I could, I would cut all my tattoos out with a blade."
Between chaplains offering guidance and the 12-step programs spiritual undertones, what happens when you want rehabilitation without needing to find God?
"What no one tells you is that you'll be so excited to eat real food that you'll put back on the weight you lost from malnutrition inside."
We asked a criminal psychologist about this phenomenon, in the wake of recent news of a prison nurse being banned from work after falling for a prisoner.
"A pillowcase full of severed pigeon heads had been discovered in the inmate's cell."
Meet Karl Williams, a Londoner whose Dubai holiday basically went up in flames when he and his friends were arrested on drug charges in 2013.
How a teenage informant who helped the feds bust major Detroit crack dealers and dirty cops ended up behind bars for 28 years and counting.
Read the transcript from the final day of the Silk Road trial.
Given 35 life terms, plus an extra 1,035 years, Martin Bryant will die in prison one way or another. But if he had his way, it would be sooner rather than later.
Some prisoners serving life sentences are upset that they are effectively receiving the same punishment as a man who gunned down 12 people in a movie theater.
The jury didn't reach a unanimous decision.