Skip navigation

Search

1451 results
Texas: Complaint Filed Over Contaminated Water, Conditions at Eastham Unit by Panagioti Tsolkas The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) has become a litmus test for dealing with toxic environmental conditions for prisoners. Earlier this year, prisoners at the Wallace Pack Unit and their advocates on the outside succeeded in ...
Article • January 10, 2017 • from PLN January, 2017
Judge Rips DOJ Lawyers for “Series of Misrepresentations,” Orders Ethics Training by Derek Gilna In one of the most recent examples of gross misconduct on the part of U.S. Department of Justice attorneys, noteworthy for the fact that it was actually punished, a Texas federal judge blasted DOJ lawyers who ...
NTSB Faults Texas Prison Guard, Road Crews in Transport Bus Deaths by Derek Gilna The federal National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently investigated and issued a final report concerning a 2015 prison transport bus accident that claimed the lives of eight prisoners and two guards. The report faulted both the ...
A Texas-Sized Failure - Sexual Assaults in TX Prisons, PJL TAASA, 2016 A TEXAS-SIZED FAILURE: Sexual Assaults in Texas Prisons A joint report of the Prison Justice League & 1the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Acknowledgements This report was written by Erica Gammill & Elia Inglis. All content copyright © ...
After-Action Report - Reeves Co Detention Center TX, fBOP, 2009 e Th e iv at ig st ve In Fu nd e Th e iv at ig st ve In Fu nd e Th e iv at ig st ve In Fu nd e Th e iv at ig st ...
After-Action Report - Willacy Co Correctional Facility TX, fBOP, 2015 e Th st ve In e tiv ig a Fu nd e Th st ve In e tiv ig a Fu nd e Th st ve In e tiv ig a Fu nd e Th st ve In e tiv ...
“This Man Will Almost Certainly Die” by Dozens of men have died in disturbing circumstances in privatized, immigrant-only prisons. The Bureau of Prisons itself says there’s a problem. And yet the privatization scheme continues. by Seth Freed Wessler, The Nation Where Claudio Fagardo-Saucedo grew up, on the colonial streets of ...
Private Jail Contractor’s Insurance Excludes Coverage of Detainee’s Death by The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that an insurance company is not required to defend or indemnify a private prison contractor in the death of a pretrial detainee at a Texas jail. Mario Garcia was confined at the Brooks ...
Former Warden, Sheriff, Justice of the Peace Charged in Texas Corruption Scandal by Matthew Clarke Elberto Esquiel Bravo, 55, the former warden at the East Hidalgo County Detention Center, was arrested in January 2015 and charged with acting as an accessory after the fact in a conspiracy to bribe Hidalgo ...
Father of Four Dies in Privately-operated Texas Jail; Civil Suit Expected by On October 5, 2016, the Huffington Post released disturbing video from inside a private prison in Texarkana, Texas that showed Michael Sabbie, a 35-year-old father of four, being violently flung to the ground by a group of six ...
Prison Rodeos: A Bunch of Bull? by David Reutter Rarely does the public find anything entertaining about a person who has been convicted of a crime and sent to prison. That is not the case with prison rodeos, however, which draw people from all over the U.S. and even other ...
Prominent Texas Capital Defense Attorney Suspended for a Year by David Dow has near-legendary status among death penalty attorneys in Texas. He works pro bono for clients whose lives literally depend on him; he takes their cases after they arrive on death row, often seeking to right the wrongs committed ...
Private Prison in Texas Closes after Riot Renders it Uninhabitable by Matthew Clarke On February 20, 2015, an uprising occurred at the Willacy County Correctional Center (WCCC), a private prison located in Raymondville, Texas that was operated by Utah-based Management and Training Corporation (MTC). The facility primarily housed criminal immigrant ...
Article • December 6, 2016
Filed under: Statistics/Trends, Media
Crappy criminal-justice reporting demonstrates journalism flaws exploited on national stage by Terry Hanning Crappy criminal-justice reporting demonstrates journalism flaws exploited on national stage “A lie ain’t a side of a story. It’s just a lie.” Terry Hanning, The Wire Since the presidential election, the national press has been struggling with the ...
Publication • December 2, 2016
A Solitary Failure - The Waste, Cost and Harm of Solitary Confinement in Texas, ACLU TCRP, 2015 A Solitary Failure The Waste, Cost and Harm of Solitary Confinement in Texas February 2015 A Solitary Failure: The Waste, Cost and Harm of Solitary Confinement in Texas February 2015 American Civil Liberties ...
Publication • November 17, 2016
The Department of Criminal Justice’s Oversight of Selected Providers That Deliver Residential Services and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs, TX SAO, 2010 John Keel, CPA State Auditor An Audit Report on The Department of Criminal Justice’s Oversight of Selected Providers That Deliver Residential Services and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs March 2010 ...
Federal Judge Orders Texas Department of Criminal Justice to Provide Safe Water to Prisoners by Derek Gilna On June 21, 2016, U.S. District Court Judge Keith Ellison ordered the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) to provide prisoners at the Wallace Pack Unit in Navasota with drinking water free of ...
Video Visitation Companies Try to Stop In-Person Visitation at Texas Jails by Matthew Clarke In one of the latest attempts to squeeze money out of those least able to afford it, companies that specialize in providing phone and video visitation services to prisoners in Texas jails on a local monopolistic ...
Article • November 1, 2016
Texas Plans to Allow In-Prison Marriage Ceremonies for Prisoners by Texas prison officials have announced plans to permit what has long been prohibited in Texas prisons--weddings. The move was spurred by the elimination of proxy marriages for prisoners, the traditionally method used by Texas prisoners to marry. Proxy marriages allow ...
Article • November 1, 2016
Texas Parole Commissioner Indicted for Falsifying Parole Records by Matthew Clarke On October 1, 2014, a Walker County grand jury indicted Texas parole commissioner Pamela Freeman for making "a false entry in a government record, to-wit: Parole memorandum, said false entry being that an inmate 'refused to interview.'" Freeman, who ...
Page 1 of 73. | 1 2 3 4 5 ... 69 70 71 72 73 | Next »