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Federal Prison Discipline: The Case of the Education Behind Bars Newsletter

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Held in solitary confinement for months for publishing an educational newsletter for inmates, I eventually had the guilty findings overturned, but not before much suffering. Read More »

Prisons Within Prisons: An Interview with Prison Law Expert Christopher Zoukis


In most federal prisons, there is a building designated the Special Housing Unit. This can be thought of as a prison within a prison. Read More »

TV Review: Law & Order: SVU – “Solitary”

A redhead was raped and murdered! Just kidding, this one's about the prison system. Read More »