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The Staggering Difference Between American & German Prisons

My wife is currently studying Criminal Justice and I’ve been studying vicariously through her. It’s interesting to read about the different strategies used by our prison system, and frankly it’s also interesting to read textbooks pointing out flaws or at least potential areas of improvement. Everyone knows our prisons are …

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Judge Sentences War Veteran to 24 Hours in Jail & Serves it With Him

Judge Lou Olivera is a Gulf War Veteran himself, so when war veteran Sgt. Joseph Serna appeared before him and admitted to lying about a previous urine test, he saw an opportunity for compassion. Serna suffers from a severe case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and as a result, has become an …

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Innocent Man Befriends the Cop Who Framed and Sent Him to Prison

Jameel McGee spent four years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. The year was 2005 in Benton Harbor, Michigan—Jameel  was going about his day as usual when out of the blue, he was accused and arrested for dealing drugs. When Jameel tried to deny his guilt, of course, …

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