Their lawyers asked for no time in prison.
In prison after prison, it has blocked reform proposals.
Last year, a poem she composed, “An Ordinary Prison,” won the PEN American Center’s prison-writing competition.
The sentences imposed on other parents convicted in the case have ranged from no prison time to nine months in prison.
Wilde’s misfortune was to serve his sentence just before prison conditions were officially changed by the 1898 Prison Act.
The Prison Officers' Association (POA), whose 30,000 members work principally as prison guards, has long had a reputation for bloody-mindedness.
Upon Michael's release, we also launched Prison Professors which provides digital resources to help improve outcomes of the country's prison system.
But new prison construction has not significantly alleviated overcrowding as the prison population has continued to grow and older prisons have been closed down.
Last week, a patient who lives alone in two rooms said to me, “This is like being in prison — a nice prison with food and shelter — but a prison.
After serving three years in a closed prison in Edirne, he was supposed to be transferred to an open prison but escaped because he was not accompanied on the trip by guards.
Inmates are constantly shuffled from prison to prison: last year there were more inter-prison transfers than there were individuals in the prison system.
Low pay and long hours have made it difficult to hire prison guards, leaving many of the correctional facilities understaffed and unequipped to handle the brutality within the prison walls.
He was sprung from Mexico's maximum-security Altiplano prison after his sons bought a property near the prison and a GPS watch smuggled into the prison gave diggers his exact location.
Staff in the new prison system go through extensive training and develop a career in the service; directors are not shunted rapidly from prison to prison, nor are they from the army or the police.
But Duran, who has spent the last 35 years in prison on a second-degree murder conviction, questioned how the prison could sequester healthy inmates when nearly half the prison population has been infected.
Topics for discussion include the history of prison labor as it relates to economic domination, the clothing produced in prison, and brands that have used and continue to use prison labor to manufacture garments.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Mark Fairhurst, of the Prison Officers Association, said there was evidence both prison officers and civilian staff were employed by criminal gangs around the UK, but that those people accounted for "less than 1%" of prison staff.
Attica prison revolt, prison insurrection in 1971, lasting from September 9 to September 13, during which inmates in New York’s maximum-security Attica Correctional Facility seized control of the prison and took members of the prison staff hostage to demand improved living conditions.
Reform raised concern that security standards, such as X-ray body scanners, varied from prison to prison, and warned that while the government’s one-off pledge of £100m could significantly improve prison security, ongoing spending on staffing as well as new equipment would be required in the long term.
They presented prison as a university campus, prison as a health and wellness facility, prison as a monastery, prison as a communal apartment complex, prison as a summer camp, prison as a textile workshop (complete with a mulberry orchard to feed the silkworms).
- a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment
- a prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement
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