Little was charged with first-degree murder which, in North Carolina, carried a mandatory death sentence.
I'm thrilled to let you know that another incarcerated domestic violence survivor has been released from state prison! Maureen Carroll was released on October 20th, due to a successful *habeas* writ challenging the Governor's reversal of her 2008 release on parole. Ms.
"The New York State Constitution currently prohibits the farming out, contracting, giving away or selling of prisoner labor to any person, firm, association, or corporation. The proposed amendment would authorize the Legislature to pass legislation to permit inmates in state and local correctional facilities to perform work for nonprofit organizations.
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge on Tuesday ruled that the Sheriff's Office cannot force jail inmates to prepay the cost of being transported to a clinic to obtain an abortion.
Judge Robert Oberbillig said he felt "compelled" to add the ruling to an existing injunction against the Sheriff's Office forbidding it from demanding court orders before taking inmates to abortion clinics.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio appealed that 2005 injunction all the way to the U.S.
50+ pages of art and writings from women incarcerated throughout the country, including:
Here's a snippet:
Torturing Women Prisoners -- an interview with Victoria Law