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    • 'F--- This Court': Woman files bleep-filled tirade against judge April 24, 2015
      By C1 Staff ATLANTA — After her $10 billion lawsuit against Georgia officials was dismissed, a woman responded with a nine-paged profanity-filled tirade against the judge responsible. NBC News reports that Tamah Jade Clark called Judge Willis B. Hunt Jr. an “old geezer” and said he was on a “one way ticket to hell” after […]
    • Prison inmates in addiction program to run 5K April 24, 2015
      Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY — Utah State Prison inmates participating in an addiction recovery program will run in a 5-kilometer race next week. Prison officials said Thursday the 72 male inmates have been training for several months to run the 5K race, which will be held at the Draper prison's Promontory Facility on April […]
    • Judge denies parole to former Manson follower Bruce Davis April 24, 2015
      By Brian Melley Associated Press LOS ANGELES — A Charles Manson follower who once bragged of cutting a man's head off lost another bid for freedom for two murders that have kept him behind bars 45 years. Bruce Davis' record shows there is "some evidence" he is dangerous and shouldn't be freed, Superior Court Judge […]
    • Escaped inmate accused of killing 2 in stolen truck April 24, 2015
      By C1 Staff BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — An escaped inmate is being accused of killing two elderly women after plowing into their vehicle in a stolen truck. WSFA reports that Martin Jay Creasman, 51, escaped from a work release center in north Alabama on April 8. He had given police a false identity, but authorities were […]
    • Audit: State paying more overtime for officers because of suit April 24, 2015
      Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The state paid its prison guards $1.5 million more in overtime than planned because of a hiring freeze prompted by a federal lawsuit over how correctional officers are hired, according to an audit. The state's auditor general found a deficit in the Department of Corrections budget for fiscal 2014 and […]
    • Correctional officer killer wins delay in execution April 24, 2015
      State Attorney General Marty Jackley announced the stay of Rodney Berget’s execution around 6 p.m. Thursday
    • Use of stun guns temporarily halted at Wash. jail following inmate death April 24, 2015
      By C1 Staff WASHINGTON — The use of stun guns at the Fairfax County Jail has been suspended after it was suspected they contributed to the death of a mentally ill inmate. The Washington Post reports that the sheriff’s office is reviewing the policy on the use of stun guns. Natasha McKenna, diagnosed with schizophrenia, […]
    • Police: Sex offender attempted to pick up child in stolen school bus April 24, 2015
      By C1 Staff EMERY COUNTY, Utah — A convicted sex offender stole a school bus and attempted to pick up a small girl outside her home on Monday. FOX News reports that Patrick Fredrickson, a registered sex offender living in Ogden, walked away from his landscaping job and stole a nearby SUV from a funeral […]
    • Convicted serial killer keeps 'good time' after stabbing correctional officer April 24, 2015
      By C1 Staff PROVIDENCE, RI — A convicted murderer may be released more than four years early due to the accrual of good time credits, despite the fact that he attacked and stabbed a correctional officer. Craig Price is currently serving time for attacking an inmate and correctional officer while incarcerated at the Adult Correctional […]
    • Case study: "I fell and hurt my hand" April 24, 2015
      This column was originally published on Jail Medicine on May 9, 2013. An inmate presents to the medical clinic with a laceration on his hand overlying the knuckle of his small finger. He insists that he fell getting off of his bunk. He has no other injuries on examination. What do you think happened? How […]

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