Prisoners and prisoners' rights advocates say the new regulations could result in bans on newspapers, magazines, letters, and inmate writings.
by Toshio Meronek | Jun 17, 2014
A lawsuit against East Bay juvenile authorities and legislation in Sacramento seek to greatly limit the practice of locking up youth in solitary confinement for months at a time.
by Toshio Meronek | Aug 21, 2013
Just weeks after a federal judge ordered California to remove inmates from two prisons that have been plagued by a deadly fungal infection, state officials are planning to send in more inmates who may be susceptible to the disease.
by Toshio Meronek | Aug 14, 2013
by Toshio Meronek | Mar 4, 2013
Two new books examine how queer and transgender prisoners get the hard end of the warden's stick.
by Toshio Meronek | Feb 8, 2012
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