Woman imprisoned 13 years longer than boyfriend who abused her children released
Tondalao Hall left a women's prison in McLoud, Oklahoma, after serving 15 years behind bars.
Identification Of I-196 Jane Leads To More Questions About Oklahoma Woman
The mystery of who I-196 Jane was has been solved by Michigan State Police and the DNA Doe Project, but now Detective Sergeant Scott Ernstes says that brought more questions about 28-year-old Marcia Bateman of Oklahoma City.
A Week of the Jefferson Davis Imprisonment
The following correspondence between Nelson A. Miles and the War Department in Washington regards the imprisonment, health, and welfare of Jefferson Davis, the former president of the Confederate States of America. Nelson A. Miles was the general in charge of Fort Monroe, Virginia, where Jefferson Davis was imprisoned in a casemate and under constant supervision by Northern soldiers. These letters tell the story of changes in Jefferson Davis’ imprisonment over a week in late July, 1865.
How a Tick Bite Led to Multiple Limb Amputations for One Oklahoma Woman
What you should know about rocky mountain spotted fever.
Top reasons people are falsely imprisoned
If you ever get arrested for a high-profile murder that you didn’t commit, here’s a tip: Take a decent mugshot. Blink away the bleariness in your eyes. Fix your unkempt hair. And for God’s sake, tr…
How An Oklahoma Woman Learned To Fly Like An Eagle In Mongolia
Falconry, the art of hunting with birds of prey, was born in the forbidding Altai Mountains of Central Asia.
Louisiana man imprisoned for counterfeiting $100 bills at casino
Thane: Woman gets 10 years rigorous imprisonment for slashing girl's private parts
After a 5-year trial, district judge S P Gondhalekar pronounced the sentence to accused Ruby Munshi who hails from Satkhira district in Bangladesh.
Imprisoned for poverty: why cash bail needs reform
by State Sen. Kwame Raoul and Cook County Comm. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia
What does being imprisoned for 75 days in the c
I received a judgment from a case today. Quite a bit of the information is wrong. 1) I plead no contest not guilty and it says guilty 2) I was told I was released on unsupervised probation and had to serve community service. My judgment says "The court, having considered the evidence, arguments or counsel and statement of defendant, orders that the above offenses, if more than one, be consolidated for judgment and the defendant be imprisoned for a term of 75 days…
Wrongfully convicted man imprisoned in Arizona for 10 years
Wrongfully convicted man imprisoned in Arizona for 10 years - Violent Crimes - The Baker Law Firm, LLC
Why does the US imprison so many people?
AJ+ partnered with the Marshall Project to find out why 1 in 35 American adults is caught up in the prison system
What is False Imprisonment? : Trolman Glaser & Lichtman
By Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman, P.C. on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 One of the most important rights to a human being is the freedom of movement. When someone or an institution detains you unlawfully, this constitutes to false imprisonment . In false imprisonment, the crime may have been committed but if the process of arrest and imprisonment is unjust, the person is detained illegally. Similarly, if…
This Is What It's Like To Be Imprisoned In An Iranian Jail
Few will likely ever comprehend the horrors of the Iranian prison system. For journalist Maziar Bahari, this was his reality for 118 days. In 2009, B...
Commentary: Why imprison immigrants at all?
The Trump administration, shamed by the national outcry over separating children from their asylum-seeking parents at the border, has capitulated. The president Wednesday signed an executive order to end that
Why Do We Still Imprison Youth?
Despite abundant evidence that youth prisons have failed to rehabilitate young people, scores of large, locked youth prisons are still open in the US, where children in custody continue to experience daily atrocities, say two youth advocates.
Why Has Turkey Imprisoned US Pastor on Terror Charges Without Evidence?
The Turkish government's refusal to explain why it's imprisoned American Pastor Andrew Brunson, who served the country's people for 23 years before being arrested last year, has left the pastor's family in a state of shock and confusion.
How the Nazis used registration to imprison enemies of the state